Limpin

Lim´pin

    (lĭm´pĭn)
n.1.A limpet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Maricar Limpin of Action on Smoking and Health Philippines, alcohol is one of the leading causes of noncommunicable diseases (NCDS) and cancers.
Maricar Limpin, chair of the Steering Committee Philippine Coalition on the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases, cited that her father resorted to violence whenever he was not given money to buy liquor.
'We would like to see provisions that will highlight protection of the government bureauracy from interference of the tobacco and vaping industry,' said FCAP executive director Maricar Limpin.
Encarnita Limpin - who also served as a resource person, -- said that ASH Philippines will continue this partnership with DepEd, along with "exploring common areas of interests--particularly in research, enforcement, and community participation--to protect all school-age youth from being targeted by tobacco marketing tactics, including those that promote the use of electronic cigarettes."
In 2002, he was found guilty by a Manila regional trial court of the killing of Ervick Limpin, a ruling that was upheld by the Court of Appeals in 2015.
Maricar Limpin, executive director of the anti-smoking lobby Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Alliance Philippines, lauded the intensified campaign.
Limpin, MD, for her book "How to Get (a lot) More New Patients."
"We warmly welcome the AO (Administrative Order) issued by the DOH -FDA (Food and Drug Administration) banning e-cig smoking in public places as those e-cigs release chemicals including cancer causing agents that can cause deaths and dreaded illnesses," said Maricar Limpin, executive director of Action on Smoking and Health Philippines.