People have been strictly observing hygiene practices and social distancing as their first line of defense against COVID-19. However, there is more you can you do to protect yourself and your family against the threat of this pandemic, especially with hospitalizations, lab tests, medicines, and the financial impact that these can make.

When we are young, we feel invincible and insusceptible to getting sick. Often, it is during our youth when we pick up most of our bad habits on health—the poor diet, the lack of exercise—turning a blind eye on the fact that these habits will come back in the future to haunt us in the

One silver lining of the pandemic is the new found closeness of many families who now enjoy a lot of time being together. The team spirit is strong during the lockdown as the crisis saw family members looking after one another’s safety and spending more time under one roof. As the country adapts to the new normal, AXA Philippines, the

Cancer, stroke, or a heart attack can hit anyone at anytime and without warning. It also does not discriminate based on age or income. Sadly, according to research, 82% of the local adult population does not have insurance, and the top reason is that they think it’s too expensive.