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Pia Wurtzbach pushes advocacy on sex education and awareness to address STDs

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach has been an outspoken advocate of proper sexual education and awareness to address the

Mainstream media barred from covering ‘One Love, One Nation’ thanksgiving party for President-elect Duterte

The “One Love, One Nation” thanksgiving party for the President-elect Rodrigo Duterte will be held today, June 4, 2016, at

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MMDA proposes the inclusion of traffic education in high school curriculum

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is proposing the inclusion of traffic education in the high school curriculum. Because of

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The Earth now has a second moon

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the US agency tasked with its space program and aeronautics, recently confirmed the existence of a second, mini-moon orbiting around the Earth. The

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Watching horror movies can literally be blood-curdling

Recently, news of a man in India who died while watching the movie The Conjuring 2 was widely shared on social media. During the film’s climax, it was reported that the man had complained of chest pains and had apparently suffered a stroke. Was it the work of some supernatural

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Pee in the shower, save the world

If you want to contribute to environmental conservation efforts but can’t be bothered to plant trees or pick up trash left at the beach, here’s something you can do that will take almost minimal effort on your part—pee in the shower and help save the world. While it may sound

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Woman takes on Facebook ‘love your spouse’ challenge—with another woman’s husband

“Please make sure na TOTOONG ASAWA ka bago ka mag post niyan.” (Please make sure you’re the legal wife before you post that.) Last June 26, Facebook user Gel Sandoval posted a Day 1 picture of the Love Your Spouse Challenge, a craze currently doing the rounds on social media. But the picture wasn’t hers. It was posted, apparently, by

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Duterte backtracks on campaign promise to end criminality in 3 to 6 months

A couple of days before his inauguration as the 16th President of the Philippines, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte seems to be backing down from his campaign promise to end criminality in three to six months. In his last flag-raising ceremony speech before the employees of Davao City Hall on Monday, June 27, Duterte made no mention about his campaign promise but

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Stones laid at Marcos’s supposed grave site to protest Libingan ng mga Bayani burial

Last June 26, a group of people gathered at the Libingan ng mga Bayani to lay stones at the site where Former President Ferdinand Marcos is supposed to be laid to rest. On the stones were written the names of Martial Law victims. Bubut Vasquez, who along with his family joined the silent protest, posted about the events on his

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Netizen warns public about Maidprovider.ph

One netizen has come out to warn the public about the maid employment agency Maidprovider.ph In a Facebook post by Janina Dizon, she called Maidprovider.ph a “scammer” and warned the public to save themselves from trouble by not doing business with them. “SCAMMERS! SAVE YOURSELF THE TROUBLE AND DO NOT HIRE FROM MaidProvider.ph AGENCY!!” she wrote. In the post, Dizon

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The Earth now has a second moon

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the US agency tasked with its space program and aeronautics, recently confirmed the existence of a second, mini-moon orbiting around the Earth. The asteroid, which measures somewhere between 120 feet to 300 feet in diameter, has been designated as “asteroid 2016 HO3.” Although it’s only been detected recently—last April 27 to be exact,

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6 in 10 netizens will share a link without reading it, study claims

A new study carried out by computer scientists at Columbia University and the French National Institute revealed that 59% of links shared on social media sites have never actually  been clicked, reports The Washington Post. To verify their findings, Arnaud Legout and his study co-authors gathered two data sets. The first set were all tweets containing Bit.ly-shortened links to five