‘BAWAS PATALASTAS PARA SA MALUSOG AT MASAYANG BATA’

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Atty. Daphne Marcelo, (fourth from left) and Atty. Anna Bueno (first from right), of ImagineLaw, an advocate and policy law firm which focuses on solutions to public health concerns, was joined by Department of Education Assistant Secretary for Operations Dr. Dexter Galban (third from right); Mr. Armund Arguelles, OIC Division Chief, Health Promotion Bureau of the Department of Health (third from left); Dr. Tina Langit-Bagro, (second from right), a pediatrics food  nutrition advocate and Emmanuel Matela, (utmost left) from Taytay Municipal Nutrition Office advocating the “Bawas Patalastas para sa Malusog at Masayang Bata” campaign during the Children’s Month Media Roundtable and Fellows’ Peer Review Session on November 22 at B Hotel in Quezon City.

In partnership with Gugma PR, ImagineLaw launched a Media Fellowship and selected seven media members in the country to produce stories to help create public awareness on the ill effect on health of unhealthy foods for children being marketed and advertised in televisions, radio, newspaper and online platforms including social media.

Obesity, diabetes, urinary tract infection are just among the very common types of ailments children would incur due to accumulated intake of unhealthy foods, from frozen goods to butter, snacks and even biscuits. Contributed photo

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