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A rather unexpectedly nice side effect of the quarantine.
We know you're probably inside your homes right now, so take a peek out the window and look at the sky. Does it look extra blue to you? Sure, PAGASA may have announced the start of the dry season (unofficially panahon ng ...
 
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Whether the coronavirus pandemic lasts for two months or two years, the way that we live and work will be altered irrevocably
We are in lockdown.Supermarket shelves are stripped bare. Flights are grounded. Workers have been laid off; furloughed; transformed into primary school teachers. The government is in confusion. And this is still only week two. In less than a fortnight, the world has experienced the ...
 
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Now excuse us while we go draw one.
Taking a bath is relaxing—that's a fact. But did you know that it's also good for your health? In a study published in the journal Heart, researchers have found that regular tub bathing has links to lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease."We found that frequent tub ...
 
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Was there cause behind the chaos?
If there is one word to describe Metro Manila, "chaos" is a preferred adjective. But underneath all the madness, is there a method to its design? Ever wonder why certain places or streets are called as such? Or why some establishments are ...
 
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Save yourself some time.
The COVID-19 outbreak has made almost everything come to a standstill. And that's including shops and establishments where we get essential goods and services. Not only has heading out become risky, it's also become difficult with so many unnecessary detours. That's where bukasba.com, a ...
 
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Anxiety and worry because of the unnatural situation can manifest through sleepless nights, and even physical symptoms like headaches and digestive problems.
Are you having restless nights since the implementation of the so-called “extended community quarantine” (ECQ) less than two weeks ago?It must be frustrating to frequently wake up in the middle of the night (assuming you’re getting some shut-eye at all), unable to ...
 
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The initiative will be launched with Oregon Health & Science University.
The fashion industry has been extremely proactive amid the COVID-19 outbreak. With numerous factories at its disposal, many companies have taken it upon themselves to create surgical masks, personal protective equipment, and more.The latest to join the movement is Nike, which has ...
 
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The mayor is a great shooter.
The man of the hour, Vico Sotto, is known for a lot of things other than basketball.But that doesn't mean he can't ball."Magaling 'yun," said LA Mumar, half-brother of the Pasig City mayor and the newly appointed coach of Ateneo's women's basketball ...
 
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The leader said he got tested after developing mild symptoms.
Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has tested positive for COVID-19 “Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms of the coronavirus—a temperature and a mild cough. On the advice of the chief medical officer, I have taken ...
 
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There’s a sex scandal in Korea, an oil price war between two giants, and a major locust infestation.
The coronavirus has dominated global headlines for over a month now. As of Friday, March 27, there are more confirmed positive cases in the United States than in mainland China, where it was first reported in December 2019. It has spread to ...
 
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Apply cold running water on burns.
Esteemed novelist Lualhati Bautista, author of  Dekada '70, Bata, Bata, Pa'no Ka Ginawa?, and ‘GAPÔ, is not one to mince words, especially when confronted with a crisis. Anyone on the receiving end of Bautista's fiery remarks should evacuate. In a Facebook post, Bautista slammed ...
 
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We also break down the number of confirmed cases by health facility, gender and residence.
The first case of coronavirus infection in the Philippines was reported on January 30, 2020. It was a 38-year-old woman from Wuhan, China, where the virus was first identified in December 2019. The woman’s male companion was positive case number 2. It was ...
 
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Licensed doctors, nurses, nurse assistants, and hospital orderlies can apply.
The Department of Health (DOH) is calling on doctors, nurses, nurse assistants, and hospital orderlies to volunteer against COVID-19. The application portal to be a healthcare warrior was posted just a day ago, with a full FAQ section on the experience, accommodation and food, ...
 
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It's going to render them ineffective.
You've probably seen Richard Juan's viral video demonstration of why you should never spray alcohol on your face mask, but if not, watch it here:Based on its 88,900 views as of this writing, many people can relate and have been tagging their ...
 
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The company aims to produce 15,000 ventilators by early April.
James Dyson, the billionaire behind the eponymous fans, vacuum cleaners, and hair dryers, received a call from U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson requesting help due to the lack of ventilators in the country. Ten days later, the Dyson team has come up ...
 
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The U.S. leads with over 81,000 cases.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world doubled in just the last week, reaching as many as 510,108 as of the last update by the Johns Hopkins University, reports CNBC. So far the virus has claimed the lives of 22,290 people ...
 
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'We call on all countries who have introduced so-called lockdown measures to use this time to attack the virus.'
Nearly a third of the global population is currently on lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak. It's a sound strategy when looking at the short term, but according to the World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, it's just "buying time."In his latest ...
 
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Volunteers across the country are doing their part in helping out our medical heroes.
It began with an e-mail.Operation Shield Our Frontliners started over the weekend after Dr. Sandy Cabral Prodigalidad sent an e-mail to a friend seeking acetate sheets. They were to be used for makeshift face shields to protect doctors and other hospital workers ...
 
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There's even a video proving it's not edited.
Manila Bay is one of the most polluted bodies of water in the Philippines. It had once been described as a “cesspool,” but curiously, its waters have turned a stunning turquoise color.The following pictures posted on Facebook show the uncharacteristically bright color of ...
 
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He was out and about.
Senator Koko Pimentel has been under the microscope for not only breaking the rules of self-quarantine, but also for contaminating the delivery ward of the Makati Medical Center. A quick review: The senator, as well as other members of the Senate, was exposed ...
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