April 24, 2018

6 Amazing Beaches in Iloilo to Visit this Summer

Marvel at the incredible sights of Iloilo while staying in these resorts!

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Off the top of anyone’s head, a mention of beaches in Panay Island will always draw an image of Boracay. It’s been at the forefront, but it’s also the reason that people may overlook the other beautiful and stunning beaches in Iloilo.

Dive in, get a tan, and take that much-needed rest and recreation that you’ve always asked for in the shores of these Iloilo beaches. Here are Iloilo’s beautiful seashores where you and your friends can splash around anytime of the year:


1. Agho Island

Location: Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

The rock formation at Agho Island can be difficult to traverse but is always a beauty to behold.

Image: Agho Island Resort


At least 2.5 hours away from the bustling city life in Iloilo lies Agho Island, an absolute paradise with stunning sights. Once you get there, prepare to be amazed by its white sand beach and crystal-blue waters, very similar to what Boracay Island is popular for. At the back part is a majestic hill, and below it are rock formations and cliffs.

You can stay at Agho Island Resort or just put up your own tent and soak the view in from dusk until dawn. From the town proper, you need to hop on a boat ride to get to Agho Island. Entrance fee to the island is PhP30. Should you wish to stay overnight in one of their cottages, you have to pay PhP1,500.




2. Antonia Beach

Location: Isla de Gigantes Sur, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

You can swim, do rock climbing activities, and swim to your heart’s content all day at the Antonia Beach Resort.

Image: Iñigo Joel


Northern Iloilo is blessed to have beautiful virgin beaches, but none could possible compare to the beauty of Antonia Beach . Over the years, Isla de Gigantes Sur reeled in tourists and visitors from all over the land because of its bedazzling beaches, thus leading to Antonia Beach’s own rise to fame.

In this particular destination, the beach area is about twice the size of Cabugao Gamay, one of the nearby islands within Isla de Gigantes archipelago. Aside from its luscious landscape, Antonia also has the cheapest scallops that you can indulge on, as well as other native shells, over lunch or dinner. You only need PhP50 to enjoy the island experience.

The young adventurers out there will also love the prospect of cave exploration, rock climbing, jet skiing, snorkeling, riding a banana boat, and other exciting water sports. Good thing one can do all these in Antonia Beach.




3. Sicogon Island

Location: Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Sicogon Island features its white sand beach and the simple things.

Image: @danymcf


Not too far within Carles, Iloilo is Sicogon Island, named after the cogon grass that grows abundantly in the area. Within it is Sicogon Island Resort, which was very famous in the ‘70s and ‘80s and widely considered as a high-end resort. Its white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters are what made the resort a top destination of choice for both locals and foreigners.

At present, luxury hotels are not yet present in the island for visitors to stay in. There is, however, ongoing plans by the Ayala Group of Companies. To enjoy Sicogon Island’s 3.5-kilometer stretch of white sand beach, you only need to pay the PhP40 entrance fee.


4. Marbuena Island

Location: Ajuy, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Feast on food and on the view at Marbuena Island.

Image: Rose Umadhay


Another buzzing destination in the northern part of Iloilo that you shouldn’t miss on your itinerary is Marbuena Island in Ajuy. The island features its own silky smooth white sand beach, a long stretch of sand bar, and a way of the cross. There are also beautiful cottages and treehouses that you can rent for your accommodation.

The most interesting part of your visit to the island would be the nature trail. The island is teeming with both marine and wildlife, thus it’s always a good idea to take a tour around the island first before turning into a beach bum on its shores. Campers and volleyball lovers are also welcome to use the wide space in Marbuena for tent pitching and beach volleyball.


5. Cabugao Gamay Island (Small Island of Cabugao)

Location: Isla de Gigantes, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Cabugao Gamay Island may be hard to navigate, but the experience pays all your efforts off and more.

Image: Rhett Paul Bolivar


Undeniably, Cabugao Gamay Island is the face of Isla de Gigantes. This is the most photographed island from among all the islands that compose the archipelago of Isla de Gigantes. There is a small catch though: the full view of Cabugao Gamay Island can only be savored by those who have the guts to hike its rocky hills. However, once atop the hill, it will present to you a terrific view of the island from a perfect spot at the peak, thus making your effort the most worthwhile you’ve had.

There’s a measly PhP50 entrance fee to pay for you to enjoy the place. There are cottages that are available to be rented too, as well as a mini restaurant and a store for visitors who come down from the hills or the beaches hungry after hours of touring around and swimming.




6. Bulubadiangan Island

Location: Bulubadiangan Island, Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Commune with nature in your own hammock as you soak in the stunning sight in Sand Bar Island Beach Resort.

Image: Concepcion Tourism Office


Bulubadiangan Island in Concepcion, Iloilo is the home of Sand Bar Island Beach Resort. Here, you get the rare opportunity to leave behind all the noise and confusion of your busy life, and just reconnect with nature at the quaint sand bar. There are hammocks available for when you want to go take a nap or stargaze beneath the night sky, or if you just want to stare at the sunset as it kisses the sea at dusk.

If you ever go hungry, satisfy yourself with seafood; just ask the fishermen who stop by the island for the best price. The island’s entrance fee is just PhP20.




Truly, Iloilo has more to offer to tourists and returnees than the colorful Dinagyang Festival, old churches, heritage houses, and Ilonggo dishes. You just have to have the adventurous heart to bring you there, and this list to guide you. Happy hunting, beach bums!

Hyacinth Bangero

She is a young broadcast journalism professor and marketing officer of the University of San Agustin. She's a proud volunteer of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines. Hyacinth is geared to educate, experience, and explore.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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April 24, 2018

6 Amazing Beaches in Iloilo to Visit this Summer

Marvel at the incredible sights of Iloilo while staying in these resorts!


Off the top of anyone’s head, a mention of beaches in Panay Island will always draw an image of Boracay. It’s been at the forefront, but it’s also the reason that people may overlook the other beautiful and stunning beaches in Iloilo.

Dive in, get a tan, and take that much-needed rest and recreation that you’ve always asked for in the shores of these Iloilo beaches. Here are Iloilo’s beautiful seashores where you and your friends can splash around anytime of the year:


1. Agho Island

Location: Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

The rock formation at Agho Island can be difficult to traverse but is always a beauty to behold.

Image: Agho Island Resort


At least 2.5 hours away from the bustling city life in Iloilo lies Agho Island, an absolute paradise with stunning sights. Once you get there, prepare to be amazed by its white sand beach and crystal-blue waters, very similar to what Boracay Island is popular for. At the back part is a majestic hill, and below it are rock formations and cliffs.

You can stay at Agho Island Resort or just put up your own tent and soak the view in from dusk until dawn. From the town proper, you need to hop on a boat ride to get to Agho Island. Entrance fee to the island is PhP30. Should you wish to stay overnight in one of their cottages, you have to pay PhP1,500.




2. Antonia Beach

Location: Isla de Gigantes Sur, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

You can swim, do rock climbing activities, and swim to your heart’s content all day at the Antonia Beach Resort.

Image: Iñigo Joel


Northern Iloilo is blessed to have beautiful virgin beaches, but none could possible compare to the beauty of Antonia Beach . Over the years, Isla de Gigantes Sur reeled in tourists and visitors from all over the land because of its bedazzling beaches, thus leading to Antonia Beach’s own rise to fame.

In this particular destination, the beach area is about twice the size of Cabugao Gamay, one of the nearby islands within Isla de Gigantes archipelago. Aside from its luscious landscape, Antonia also has the cheapest scallops that you can indulge on, as well as other native shells, over lunch or dinner. You only need PhP50 to enjoy the island experience.

The young adventurers out there will also love the prospect of cave exploration, rock climbing, jet skiing, snorkeling, riding a banana boat, and other exciting water sports. Good thing one can do all these in Antonia Beach.




3. Sicogon Island

Location: Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Sicogon Island features its white sand beach and the simple things.

Image: @danymcf


Not too far within Carles, Iloilo is Sicogon Island, named after the cogon grass that grows abundantly in the area. Within it is Sicogon Island Resort, which was very famous in the ‘70s and ‘80s and widely considered as a high-end resort. Its white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters are what made the resort a top destination of choice for both locals and foreigners.

At present, luxury hotels are not yet present in the island for visitors to stay in. There is, however, ongoing plans by the Ayala Group of Companies. To enjoy Sicogon Island’s 3.5-kilometer stretch of white sand beach, you only need to pay the PhP40 entrance fee.


4. Marbuena Island

Location: Ajuy, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Feast on food and on the view at Marbuena Island.

Image: Rose Umadhay


Another buzzing destination in the northern part of Iloilo that you shouldn’t miss on your itinerary is Marbuena Island in Ajuy. The island features its own silky smooth white sand beach, a long stretch of sand bar, and a way of the cross. There are also beautiful cottages and treehouses that you can rent for your accommodation.

The most interesting part of your visit to the island would be the nature trail. The island is teeming with both marine and wildlife, thus it’s always a good idea to take a tour around the island first before turning into a beach bum on its shores. Campers and volleyball lovers are also welcome to use the wide space in Marbuena for tent pitching and beach volleyball.


5. Cabugao Gamay Island (Small Island of Cabugao)

Location: Isla de Gigantes, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Cabugao Gamay Island may be hard to navigate, but the experience pays all your efforts off and more.

Image: Rhett Paul Bolivar


Undeniably, Cabugao Gamay Island is the face of Isla de Gigantes. This is the most photographed island from among all the islands that compose the archipelago of Isla de Gigantes. There is a small catch though: the full view of Cabugao Gamay Island can only be savored by those who have the guts to hike its rocky hills. However, once atop the hill, it will present to you a terrific view of the island from a perfect spot at the peak, thus making your effort the most worthwhile you’ve had.

There’s a measly PhP50 entrance fee to pay for you to enjoy the place. There are cottages that are available to be rented too, as well as a mini restaurant and a store for visitors who come down from the hills or the beaches hungry after hours of touring around and swimming.




6. Bulubadiangan Island

Location: Bulubadiangan Island, Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Commune with nature in your own hammock as you soak in the stunning sight in Sand Bar Island Beach Resort.

Image: Concepcion Tourism Office


Bulubadiangan Island in Concepcion, Iloilo is the home of Sand Bar Island Beach Resort. Here, you get the rare opportunity to leave behind all the noise and confusion of your busy life, and just reconnect with nature at the quaint sand bar. There are hammocks available for when you want to go take a nap or stargaze beneath the night sky, or if you just want to stare at the sunset as it kisses the sea at dusk.

If you ever go hungry, satisfy yourself with seafood; just ask the fishermen who stop by the island for the best price. The island’s entrance fee is just PhP20.




Truly, Iloilo has more to offer to tourists and returnees than the colorful Dinagyang Festival, old churches, heritage houses, and Ilonggo dishes. You just have to have the adventurous heart to bring you there, and this list to guide you. Happy hunting, beach bums!

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Hyacinth Bangero

She is a young broadcast journalism professor and marketing officer of the University of San Agustin. She's a proud volunteer of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines. Hyacinth is geared to educate, experience, and explore.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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April 24, 2018

6 Amazing Beaches in Iloilo to Visit this Summer

Marvel at the incredible sights of Iloilo while staying in these resorts!

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Off the top of anyone’s head, a mention of beaches in Panay Island will always draw an image of Boracay. It’s been at the forefront, but it’s also the reason that people may overlook the other beautiful and stunning beaches in Iloilo.

Dive in, get a tan, and take that much-needed rest and recreation that you’ve always asked for in the shores of these Iloilo beaches. Here are Iloilo’s beautiful seashores where you and your friends can splash around anytime of the year:


1. Agho Island

Location: Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

The rock formation at Agho Island can be difficult to traverse but is always a beauty to behold.

Image: Agho Island Resort


At least 2.5 hours away from the bustling city life in Iloilo lies Agho Island, an absolute paradise with stunning sights. Once you get there, prepare to be amazed by its white sand beach and crystal-blue waters, very similar to what Boracay Island is popular for. At the back part is a majestic hill, and below it are rock formations and cliffs.

You can stay at Agho Island Resort or just put up your own tent and soak the view in from dusk until dawn. From the town proper, you need to hop on a boat ride to get to Agho Island. Entrance fee to the island is PhP30. Should you wish to stay overnight in one of their cottages, you have to pay PhP1,500.




2. Antonia Beach

Location: Isla de Gigantes Sur, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

You can swim, do rock climbing activities, and swim to your heart’s content all day at the Antonia Beach Resort.

Image: Iñigo Joel


Northern Iloilo is blessed to have beautiful virgin beaches, but none could possible compare to the beauty of Antonia Beach . Over the years, Isla de Gigantes Sur reeled in tourists and visitors from all over the land because of its bedazzling beaches, thus leading to Antonia Beach’s own rise to fame.

In this particular destination, the beach area is about twice the size of Cabugao Gamay, one of the nearby islands within Isla de Gigantes archipelago. Aside from its luscious landscape, Antonia also has the cheapest scallops that you can indulge on, as well as other native shells, over lunch or dinner. You only need PhP50 to enjoy the island experience.

The young adventurers out there will also love the prospect of cave exploration, rock climbing, jet skiing, snorkeling, riding a banana boat, and other exciting water sports. Good thing one can do all these in Antonia Beach.




3. Sicogon Island

Location: Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Sicogon Island features its white sand beach and the simple things.

Image: @danymcf


Not too far within Carles, Iloilo is Sicogon Island, named after the cogon grass that grows abundantly in the area. Within it is Sicogon Island Resort, which was very famous in the ‘70s and ‘80s and widely considered as a high-end resort. Its white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters are what made the resort a top destination of choice for both locals and foreigners.

At present, luxury hotels are not yet present in the island for visitors to stay in. There is, however, ongoing plans by the Ayala Group of Companies. To enjoy Sicogon Island’s 3.5-kilometer stretch of white sand beach, you only need to pay the PhP40 entrance fee.


4. Marbuena Island

Location: Ajuy, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Feast on food and on the view at Marbuena Island.

Image: Rose Umadhay


Another buzzing destination in the northern part of Iloilo that you shouldn’t miss on your itinerary is Marbuena Island in Ajuy. The island features its own silky smooth white sand beach, a long stretch of sand bar, and a way of the cross. There are also beautiful cottages and treehouses that you can rent for your accommodation.

The most interesting part of your visit to the island would be the nature trail. The island is teeming with both marine and wildlife, thus it’s always a good idea to take a tour around the island first before turning into a beach bum on its shores. Campers and volleyball lovers are also welcome to use the wide space in Marbuena for tent pitching and beach volleyball.


5. Cabugao Gamay Island (Small Island of Cabugao)

Location: Isla de Gigantes, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Cabugao Gamay Island may be hard to navigate, but the experience pays all your efforts off and more.

Image: Rhett Paul Bolivar


Undeniably, Cabugao Gamay Island is the face of Isla de Gigantes. This is the most photographed island from among all the islands that compose the archipelago of Isla de Gigantes. There is a small catch though: the full view of Cabugao Gamay Island can only be savored by those who have the guts to hike its rocky hills. However, once atop the hill, it will present to you a terrific view of the island from a perfect spot at the peak, thus making your effort the most worthwhile you’ve had.

There’s a measly PhP50 entrance fee to pay for you to enjoy the place. There are cottages that are available to be rented too, as well as a mini restaurant and a store for visitors who come down from the hills or the beaches hungry after hours of touring around and swimming.




6. Bulubadiangan Island

Location: Bulubadiangan Island, Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Commune with nature in your own hammock as you soak in the stunning sight in Sand Bar Island Beach Resort.

Image: Concepcion Tourism Office


Bulubadiangan Island in Concepcion, Iloilo is the home of Sand Bar Island Beach Resort. Here, you get the rare opportunity to leave behind all the noise and confusion of your busy life, and just reconnect with nature at the quaint sand bar. There are hammocks available for when you want to go take a nap or stargaze beneath the night sky, or if you just want to stare at the sunset as it kisses the sea at dusk.

If you ever go hungry, satisfy yourself with seafood; just ask the fishermen who stop by the island for the best price. The island’s entrance fee is just PhP20.




Truly, Iloilo has more to offer to tourists and returnees than the colorful Dinagyang Festival, old churches, heritage houses, and Ilonggo dishes. You just have to have the adventurous heart to bring you there, and this list to guide you. Happy hunting, beach bums!

Hyacinth Bangero

She is a young broadcast journalism professor and marketing officer of the University of San Agustin. She's a proud volunteer of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines. Hyacinth is geared to educate, experience, and explore.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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April 24, 2018

6 Amazing Beaches in Iloilo to Visit this Summer

Marvel at the incredible sights of Iloilo while staying in these resorts!


Off the top of anyone’s head, a mention of beaches in Panay Island will always draw an image of Boracay. It’s been at the forefront, but it’s also the reason that people may overlook the other beautiful and stunning beaches in Iloilo.

Dive in, get a tan, and take that much-needed rest and recreation that you’ve always asked for in the shores of these Iloilo beaches. Here are Iloilo’s beautiful seashores where you and your friends can splash around anytime of the year:


1. Agho Island

Location: Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

The rock formation at Agho Island can be difficult to traverse but is always a beauty to behold.

Image: Agho Island Resort


At least 2.5 hours away from the bustling city life in Iloilo lies Agho Island, an absolute paradise with stunning sights. Once you get there, prepare to be amazed by its white sand beach and crystal-blue waters, very similar to what Boracay Island is popular for. At the back part is a majestic hill, and below it are rock formations and cliffs.

You can stay at Agho Island Resort or just put up your own tent and soak the view in from dusk until dawn. From the town proper, you need to hop on a boat ride to get to Agho Island. Entrance fee to the island is PhP30. Should you wish to stay overnight in one of their cottages, you have to pay PhP1,500.




2. Antonia Beach

Location: Isla de Gigantes Sur, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

You can swim, do rock climbing activities, and swim to your heart’s content all day at the Antonia Beach Resort.

Image: Iñigo Joel


Northern Iloilo is blessed to have beautiful virgin beaches, but none could possible compare to the beauty of Antonia Beach . Over the years, Isla de Gigantes Sur reeled in tourists and visitors from all over the land because of its bedazzling beaches, thus leading to Antonia Beach’s own rise to fame.

In this particular destination, the beach area is about twice the size of Cabugao Gamay, one of the nearby islands within Isla de Gigantes archipelago. Aside from its luscious landscape, Antonia also has the cheapest scallops that you can indulge on, as well as other native shells, over lunch or dinner. You only need PhP50 to enjoy the island experience.

The young adventurers out there will also love the prospect of cave exploration, rock climbing, jet skiing, snorkeling, riding a banana boat, and other exciting water sports. Good thing one can do all these in Antonia Beach.




3. Sicogon Island

Location: Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Sicogon Island features its white sand beach and the simple things.

Image: @danymcf


Not too far within Carles, Iloilo is Sicogon Island, named after the cogon grass that grows abundantly in the area. Within it is Sicogon Island Resort, which was very famous in the ‘70s and ‘80s and widely considered as a high-end resort. Its white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters are what made the resort a top destination of choice for both locals and foreigners.

At present, luxury hotels are not yet present in the island for visitors to stay in. There is, however, ongoing plans by the Ayala Group of Companies. To enjoy Sicogon Island’s 3.5-kilometer stretch of white sand beach, you only need to pay the PhP40 entrance fee.


4. Marbuena Island

Location: Ajuy, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Feast on food and on the view at Marbuena Island.

Image: Rose Umadhay


Another buzzing destination in the northern part of Iloilo that you shouldn’t miss on your itinerary is Marbuena Island in Ajuy. The island features its own silky smooth white sand beach, a long stretch of sand bar, and a way of the cross. There are also beautiful cottages and treehouses that you can rent for your accommodation.

The most interesting part of your visit to the island would be the nature trail. The island is teeming with both marine and wildlife, thus it’s always a good idea to take a tour around the island first before turning into a beach bum on its shores. Campers and volleyball lovers are also welcome to use the wide space in Marbuena for tent pitching and beach volleyball.


5. Cabugao Gamay Island (Small Island of Cabugao)

Location: Isla de Gigantes, Carles, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Cabugao Gamay Island may be hard to navigate, but the experience pays all your efforts off and more.

Image: Rhett Paul Bolivar


Undeniably, Cabugao Gamay Island is the face of Isla de Gigantes. This is the most photographed island from among all the islands that compose the archipelago of Isla de Gigantes. There is a small catch though: the full view of Cabugao Gamay Island can only be savored by those who have the guts to hike its rocky hills. However, once atop the hill, it will present to you a terrific view of the island from a perfect spot at the peak, thus making your effort the most worthwhile you’ve had.

There’s a measly PhP50 entrance fee to pay for you to enjoy the place. There are cottages that are available to be rented too, as well as a mini restaurant and a store for visitors who come down from the hills or the beaches hungry after hours of touring around and swimming.




6. Bulubadiangan Island

Location: Bulubadiangan Island, Concepcion, Iloilo



beaches in Iloilo

Commune with nature in your own hammock as you soak in the stunning sight in Sand Bar Island Beach Resort.

Image: Concepcion Tourism Office


Bulubadiangan Island in Concepcion, Iloilo is the home of Sand Bar Island Beach Resort. Here, you get the rare opportunity to leave behind all the noise and confusion of your busy life, and just reconnect with nature at the quaint sand bar. There are hammocks available for when you want to go take a nap or stargaze beneath the night sky, or if you just want to stare at the sunset as it kisses the sea at dusk.

If you ever go hungry, satisfy yourself with seafood; just ask the fishermen who stop by the island for the best price. The island’s entrance fee is just PhP20.




Truly, Iloilo has more to offer to tourists and returnees than the colorful Dinagyang Festival, old churches, heritage houses, and Ilonggo dishes. You just have to have the adventurous heart to bring you there, and this list to guide you. Happy hunting, beach bums!

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Hyacinth Bangero

She is a young broadcast journalism professor and marketing officer of the University of San Agustin. She's a proud volunteer of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines. Hyacinth is geared to educate, experience, and explore.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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