THE human body is a powerful chemical laboratory, a powerhouse that produces and secretes drugs (hormones, enzymes, painkillers, sedatives, etc.) that enable our cells, tissues and organs to function properly and efficiently.
SINCE Sir Alexander Fleming, a Scottish biologist, pharmacologist and botanist (a 1945 Nobel laureate), first discovered penicillin in 1923, hundreds of more potent wider spectrum antibiotics have been added to the medical armamentarium.
SAN Miguel Corp (SMC) has responsibly scuttled the 33-hectare-land-donation to self-proclaimed healing priest Fr. Fernando Suarez’s ambitious plan “to construct a P1-billion ‘mega shrine’ to Mother Mary in Alfonso, Cavite, because of serious concerns about the management and financial issues.”