Chat With Your New PeN Pals, Maya and Ana!

Chat With Your New PeN Pals, Maya and Ana!

Are you feeling bored? 

Do you want someone to talk to but all your families and friends are unavailable? 

Why don’t you get your phone, DOWNLOAD PeN and chat with our newest PeN Pals.

Introducing Maya and Ana!

Do you want to talk about fashion, Hollywood, and all the glitz and glamour? Maya is so up for it!


How about just talking about dogs, weather, or some new interesting recipes? Ana is always available.

To chat with these friendly ladies, all you have to do is GO to their PROFILE and CLICK “Chat!”. 

Ask them anything under the sun. But remember, please be responsible when asking questions. We want to maintain a friendly environment and we do not tolerate harassing queries.

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The rapid increase in health care cost affects billions of lives every day.

In some countries, especially in the underdeveloped nations of the world, ailing citizens would rather opt for alternative remedies rather than seek for professional medication from hospitals simply due to expensive costs.

A report from WHO stated that,   “The most commonly reported reasons for using traditional and complementary/alternative medicine are that it is more affordable, more closely corresponds to the patient’s ideology, and is less paternalistic than allopathic medicine. Regardless of why an individual uses it, traditional and complementary/alternative medicine provides an important health care service to persons both with and without geographic or financial access to allopathic medicine.”

Traditional medication often leads to homeopathy and natural healing but what if a simple disease leads to a contagious outbreak since no professional public health monitoring is accessible while the patient is at home or simply because of merely hesitating modern medicine?

When isolated medical cases turn out to be contagious to a much bigger population, how late is too late in determining the source and prevention? Resorting to technology could be a great idea.

A disease tracking feature in a mobile application is easily made available to smartphone users. PeN super app added the PULSE Virus Tracker feature to simply aid in disease surveillance and strengthens public health monitoring.

Through the app, disease reporting and surveillance can be done as easy as posting updates on other social media sites.

Traditional medicine is an unbendable belief that is already around since the beginning of civilization. The next important thing that needs to be addressed is how to integrate the traditional practice to modern medicine so it doesn’t compromise public health.

Anyone can contribute by easily accessing the PeN application even on remote locations.

“An analysis of media reports and recent studies in West Africa reveals notable resistance against prescribed scientific ways of combating the transmission of Ebola in some affected communities”, according to a study of Angellar Manguvo and Benford Mafuvadze.

Making hospitals more appealing by having cutting edge technology and highly professional medical attendants won’t seem to be enough reason to debunk traditional practices. Well maybe, unless the price tag changes and becomes more affordable but still not entirely.

Raising awareness and immediately assisting in cutting the source of possible outbreaks is feasible. Making use of tools, like PeN, that show recent contagious diseases is already helpful.

Posted by Clarisse Javier in Blog, Health

Places and To-Do: PeN’s newest feature

“When I was a little girl, I would tell myself I will travel the world. Now that I am a big girl, I think I can travel the world now! La la la la…”

Are you a millennial baby? Ever wonder how our older sister, aunts, dads survived road trips and long drives without GPS? Wow! How time flies! How technology evolved! And now with the new feature of PeN, not only you can locate your friends who are nearby or show your location to others, hence, you can also see recommended places and things to do around you. So the next time you plan a road trip or travel somewhere that you are not familiar, just remember to install PeN and open your location services. It sure will come handy everywhere you go!

13 - Places and To-do

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Connect For Free

We live in a mobile world. A world where we are constantly on the move, whether flying to an exotic destination or going to work and while on the move we have the need and the urge to communicate. In the good old past we communicate to ones beside us, in a bus, in a plane or standing in queue. In today’s world we communicate to friends from all over the world, 10,000 kilometers away and yet ignore the ones beside us… This world is truly an amazing place…. Or is it that we as humans have our needs and desires evolved or is constantly evolving as new technologies become available to us.

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SOS – A Tap Away


SOS! Save Our Ship! Remember kids, this is the international Morse code distress signal used by Maritime people since I guess the 1900’s. On a basic view, it’s a short term for asking emergency help. With our fast phase world today, what could be the best way to send out an emergency call? You’ve been watching too much end-of-the-world movies lately, but have you ever think about a crisis plan incase something realistic happens?

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Ponders On How I Welcome Social Media

How many of us experienced the age of social media websites? Who still reckons Myspace, Friendster, Hipstir or Multiply? Geez, who even remembers the AOL days and asking the other person for his or her ASL? If you’re on the same time as mine, I’m sure by now you’re pretty much grinning and remembering the good ol’ days of meeting new people and connecting with friends.

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A Pen Goes Digital

A Digital Prologue To This App

That November issue of Newsweek sometime early 2000 is one of the covers that struck on my mind. The headline says “Books aren’t dead. (They’re just going digital).

How could someone not forget a headline such that?

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