About Eric Yalung, MD

Regenestem Manila’s Medical Director, Dr. Eric Yalung, is a prominent cosmetic surgeon with more than a decades experience in the field. Driven by a genuine desire to help people and an unwavering passion to learn, he has added yet more expertise to his name and is now one of the country’s few specialists in Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy and Regenerative and Molecular Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. Dr. Yalung has served as consultant, board member, and trainor in various medical clinics and institutes in the country. Before partnering with Global Stem Cells Group for the establishment of Asia’s very first Regenestem clinic, he was also a consultant at Regenestem USA in Miami, Florida. Through Regenestem Manila, Dr. Yalung hopes to take his advocacy of stem cell medicine, research and practice in the Philippines to the next level.
wellness books by filipinos

With the hundreds of fun runs, Zumba classes, and diet food delivery options available to us today, you just know that Filipinos have really begun putting a premium on health and fitness. To help you out on your journey towards wellness, here are 5 books that talks about health in a variety of aspects —…

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stem-cell-philippines

Stem cell therapy or regenerative medicine is a promising new treatment that introduces new adult stem cells onto the damaged tissue that is said to help combat injury or disease, or repair old, damaged cells. Well-heeled personalities and politicians are reported to have received the benefits of its treatment. Names like Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Juan…

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Every year, Dengue fever affects an estimated 100 million people worldwide. Because of this, having a high fever can be rattling. To inform you better about Dengue fever, here is an infographic on everything you need to know about this disease:   Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to http://www.regenestemasia.com/ with this…

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A new year has begun and chances are you are hoping for a better life this 2015. Looking to lose weight, start an exercise regimen and become more fit this year? It’s possible, if you put your mind to it. Sometimes, though, the excitement of the new year wears off and our commitments to losing…

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It’s easy to regress from your carefully planned diet regimen during the holidays. Festive food usually consists of sugar glazed treats and a heavy dose of carbs and fat. Throw in the large quantities of rich and heavy beverages in the mix and you’ve got yourself a food equivalent of a no-man’s land that you…

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health-bloggers-filipinos

Information about fitness and health wellness abound online. What people gravitate towards though are inspirational stories of people who have successfully transitioned to a healthier lifestyle. The Internet is full of these success stories shared by people through their own blogs.

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Being the “Heart of Asia”, the Philippines gives you more reasons than one why it deserves to be the heart of medical, healthcare and wellness tourism in Asia.

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japan-stem-cell

A 70-year old Japanese woman is the first human recipient of pluripotent stem cells. In the operation done at Institute of Biomedical Research and Innovation Hospital in Japan, the researchers transplanted retinal cells developed from the skin of a woman into one of her eyes. The woman is suffering from a degenerative eye disease that could lead to loss of vision.

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Robin Williams was suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s disease at the time of his death. It can play a profound effect on depression, something that might have played a role in pushing the late actor to end his own life.

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Each year, diabetes, the seventh leading cause of death in the United States in 2010, affects more people and causes more deaths than breast cancer and AIDS combined. With nearly 200,000 deaths reported annually, it is estimated by the American Diabetes Association that nearly 16 million people currently have diabetes. In the Philippines, diabetes was…

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