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Duterte warns telcos to provide better internet services, Globe and PLDT react

In a May 22 (Sunday) press conference, Presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte gave Philippine telecommunications companies (TelCos) a stern warning to provide

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LOOK: KathNiel earns ire of netizens after photos showing ballots went viral online

MANILA, Philippines. Netizens slammed first-time voters Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo after photos of them showing their ballots circulated on social

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Celebrities express their opinion on the issue of Duterte’s alleged hidden wealth

MANILA, Philippines. Following the face-off between Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s legal counsel Atty. Salvador Panelo at Bank

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17-year-old Cebuana wins international award for malunggay anti-cancer research

For her research detailing how malunggay seed extract can hamper the growth of cancer cells, 17-year-old Arianwen Rollan bagged the Qatar Foundation’s First Award for Research and Development in Medical

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This one-of-a-kind condom allows men to pee at any time

Men on the move no longer need to fall in line in bathrooms just to relieve themselves. HeWee Go Active is a revolutionary device that allows the user to insert his penis into a sheath and urinate through a small tube into a tear-resistant and reusable plastic bag. The jock-strap

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Gadgets are making people worse than goldfish

Gadgets are making people turn out worse than goldfish, in terms of shortness of attention span that is. A 2015 study conducted by Microsoft has shown that the average attention span of a human has now dropped to eight seconds, or a full second lower than that of a goldfish.

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Mocha Uson clarifies her ‘warning’ to VP-elect Leni Robredo

MANILA, Philippines. Lead vocalist of girl group Mocha Girls and Rodrigo Duterte supporter Mocha Uson decided to clear up some things about her stern warning to incoming Vice President-elect Leni Robredo which she posted on her Facebook page. In Uson’s post on Facebook on Friday, May 27, the 34-year-old sexy performer cautioned the Camarines Sur representative to support President-elect Duterte or

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17-year-old Cebuana wins international award for malunggay anti-cancer research

For her research detailing how malunggay seed extract can hamper the growth of cancer cells, 17-year-old Arianwen Rollan bagged the Qatar Foundation’s First Award for Research and Development in Medical Science at the world’s largest high school science competition, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Rollan, who attends school at the Cebu City National Science High School, shared

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Chinese family pays $27,000 for a corpse bride to wed their deceased son

In China, parents usually go out of their way just to make sure that their kids get to tie the knot at a certain age. While some set up blind dates, others use emotional blackmail to get their kids to walk down the aisle. However, this Chinese tradition also strangely applies even to the deceased. The practice, known as ghost

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Stranger helps Indian boy whose head hung at 180-degree angle get surgery

When Julie Jones, a 35-year-old mother from Liverpool in England, learned about the struggles of a 13-year-old Indian boy whose head hung at 180-degree angle, she decided to move mountains to change the boy’s life. Mahendra Ahirwar suffered from congenital myopathy, a rare condition that weakened his neck muscles causing it to hang loosely and his head to drop. Because

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WHO reports global life expectancy increased by 5 years in the last 15 years

The United Nation’s World Health Organization (WHO) reported that life expectancy worldwide has increased by about five years in less than two decades with Africa seeing the biggest change. The UN health agency attributes the rise, which is the fastest seen since the 1960s, to improvements in health care for children and better availability of medicines such as those for

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Adult ADHD can be triggered later in life

A new study carried out by researchers at King’s College London has revealed that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) might not appear until early adulthood in some people. It was found that nearly 70% of the young adults with ADHD did not show signs as children and did not meet criteria for the disorder at any of the evaluations during