In a post dated September 7, netizen Paolo Dela Cuesta shared his opinion on the so-called “biased media.” Several supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte have time and again accused the
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Albay Representative Joey Salceda has called on government agencies Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Movie and Television Review
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Negative memories from bad breakups, loss of a loved one or traumatic experiences can haunt us for the rest of our lives and cause anxiety, depression, phobia, and even trigger post-traumatic disorder. But through a groundbreaking discovery by scientists, painful memories don’t have to be as crippling as they were before.
A recent study by UK-based researchers shows that learning a second language can prove to have positive effects on the brain. Scientists have observed that bilingual people are better at sustaining their attention and can focus better when accomplishing tasks at hand. The University of Birmingham study involved a group