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The sprawling green spaces are a feat of urban greening efforts.
One of the things that proved to be beneficial in this era of physical distancing is the existence of public parks and urban green spaces. In Valenzuela City, north of Metro Manila, there are already three parks, a fishing village, and a ...
 
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Here are the longest train journeys in the world that don't change trains.
For people living on an island or archipelago, the idea of long train rides seems like something out of an indie movie. The only trains we have around here are the MRT, LRT, and PNR, and we can hardly call those picturesque. ...
 
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Meaningful Travels PH brings Quiapo Muslim Town to your home with their Maranao meal boxes.
The best parts of travel are experiencing new cultures and tasting new flavors. Unfortunately, the current COVID-19 situation makes staying at home the safest and most ethical choice. Thankfully, agencies like Meaningful Travels PH are making it possible to explore the world ...
 
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Are you a 'kapitbahay' and 'kabudol'?
From an Instagram page chronicling her own home improvement journey, Frances Lim Cabatuando is now inspiring over a million Filipinos with Home Buddies, a Facebook community dedicated to refining living spaces.Born in September 2020 as the country was settling into COVID quarantines, ...
 
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Awareness and information help people take charge of Type 2 diabetes
Statistics released by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) show that 463 million people worldwide have diabetes and that the disease has caused 4.2 million deaths in 2019. As alarming as those numbers may be, the figures have been on the rise for decades, ...
 
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Lauded as 'super-mellow.'
The infinite number of beach paradises in the Philippines are often eclipsed by the likes of Boracay and Palawan. But one beach has caught the attention of luxury U.S. travel magazine Travel + Leisure and has been named as one of the 25 ...
 
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The four beach hotspots most-loved by locals and foreigners alike!
Cabin fever is real, folks. According to the 7,200 Filipinos who answered the Department of Tourism’s survey, travel is necessary for our sanity. After more than a year of lockdown, our dreams of returning to the beach, hiking up a mountain, and ...
 
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Looks like Bad Luck Brian got lucky.
The guy behind the meme “Bad Luck Brian” seems to have lucked out after he decided to sell the original photo of the classic internet meme for a whopping P1.8 million ($37,000). The photo in question is that of Kyle Craven himself, who ...
 
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Our salivary glands are similar to venom glands in snakes. 
“You’re so toxic.” Possibly in a few couple of million years, that phrase would describe a person’s physical attributes rather than his personality.A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) ...
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