Five Things You Didn’t Know About Dengue Fever

  Some Philippine provinces declared a dengue fever outbreak due to rains and floods. 4 died in the municipality of San Rafael in the province of Bulacan. Bulacan recorded 2,622 cases of Dengue which is twice as much as last year. The provinces of Abra and Pangasinan are also affected.   Here are five things … Read more

Prices of Vegetables and Fish Went Up Due To Bad Weather

  The Prices of Vegetables and Fish went up due to typhoon “Ineng”. Price Hike in vegetables even increased by P70 pesos in the market.   Landslides in Northern Luzon such as in Baguio City made it difficult for delivery trucks to reach Metro Manila.   The average prices of some vegetables in Mega Q-Mart … Read more

Kaplag

Kaplag is the 450 years anniversary celebration or “Fiesta” of the Santo Niño de Cebu. Santo Niño de Cebu is a Roman Catholic title of Jesus Christ associated with a religious vested statue of the infant Child Jesus venerated by many Filipino Catholics who believe it to be miraculous. It is the oldest religious Christian … Read more

Durian Candy Poisoned More Than 1,000 People

The operation of the company making the Durian Candy was ordered closed by the authorities after more than 1,000 residents were poisoned. The Davao City Health office temporarily ordered the halting of the operation of Wendy’s Durian Candy. Wendy’s Durian Candy label was found on the wrapper of the Durian Candy which poisoned more than … Read more

Anthelmintics Caused Students To Become Dizzy

Almost 4000 students in the Zamboanga Peninsula, the Philippines were rushed to the hospital after drinking Anthelmintics. Their symptoms include dizziness and vomiting. Department of Health said that this is due perhaps to the side effects of the Anthelmintics drugs. Anthelmintics or antihelminthics are drugs that expel parasitic worms (helminths) and other internal parasites from … Read more