Science And The Environment
Recent yeas have seen the proliferation of coffee shops all over the country. What does this have to do with diabetes? Plenty. ..if the findings of a large prospective study is to be believed.
When she was still a college student, Jessica was one of the most active
personalities in the campus. She joined the beauty contest, was in the
debating club, and qualified for the swimming team.
Strong rains, flash floods, erosion, crop losses - these are just some of the problems Filipinos will encounter as La Niña hit the country this summer.
TUNIS - Jason Hudson, 26, wants to encourage South Africans to go on a burning spree.
Sick lately? It might be stress. Some doctors say that as many as nine of ten visits to the doctor could be stress-related, with the ailments including everything from allergies and asthma to herpes and heart disease.
Parts of Metro Manila and Cebu, Laguna de Bay's lakeshore, and most port cities of the Philippines may soon vanish.
The main culprit? Climate change due to global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group of 2,000 scientists which advises the United Nations, said the rising of sea level is one of the most certain outcomes as a result of global warming.