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Measles rising

Measles has staged a comeback as a major public health threat.  As early as 2014, the country was already battling against the disease, with the final tally...

Touring America’s oldest city

A few days after I arrived in Florida, my sister, Marilou T. Eplite, told me during our dinner: “We will be going to St....

Those haunted places

Creepy, ghostly, and notorious spots.” That is how the Life magazine described “the world’s most haunted places.” Life has come up with a book filled with blood-curdling photos...

Bantog: Science for the People Media Awards

Text and photos by Henrylito D. Tacio Additonal photos by Allan Mauro V. Marfal  1st Bantog Awards winners “Just to give recognition and convey appreciation to our...

Have a cup of coffee

Text and Photos by Henrylito D. Tacio Consumer reports say eight out of 10 adults in the Philippines drink an average of 2.5 cups of coffee every day. In...

Graphic contributor wins two Binhi Awards

Philippines Graphic contributing writer Henrylito D. Tacio bagged twin honors at the recently concluded Binhi Awards of the Philippine Agricultural Journalists (PAJ). The annual awards,...

Note to summer swimmers

by Henrylito D. Tacio It was a warm Sunday morning in Davao City. Five-year-old Jane was swimming with other kids near the seashore. No adults...

Chicken facts

  by Henrylito D. Tacio Believe it or not, there are more chickens in the Philippines than Filipinos.  As of July 1, 2017, there were 181.05 million...

The exterminators

Globally, at least three million people are poisoned by pesticides every year, of whom 20,000 people die.  That’s according to the Geneva-based World Health Organization...

All about rice

“Rice is the one thing that truly defines Asia,” said Dr. Ronald Cantrell when he was still the Director-General of the International Rice Research Institute...
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