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Sleep quantity, quality linked to heart health in adolescents

WASHINGTON — Both the quantity and quality of sleep in adolescents had significant effects on aspects of cardiovascular health such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and abdominal fat deposition, according to a study published in the latest issue of Pediatrics. Researchers focused on the amount of the time of sleep, and the percentage of sleep […].....»»

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Two dead as strong quake shakes Japan’s Osaka

TOKYO, Japan — At least two people, including a child, were killed on Monday, after a strong quake rocked the second city of Osaka during the morning rush hour, Japan’s government said. Top government spokesman Yoshihide Suga confirmed the deaths of a child and a man, and said a third person was also feared dead in […].....»»

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SAP Go gives fire victim pigs

SPECIAL Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go on Sunday went back to visit the victims of the recent fire that hit Muntinlupa, to deliver his promise of extending assistance to the fire victims. Among those who received assistance from the presidential top aide was Jaime Rigorgo, 65 years old, who lost his 20 […].....»»

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DOJ: BI can cancel, not forfeit Fox’s visa

THE Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday nullified the Bureau of Immigration’s order forfeiting the visa of missionary Sr. Patricia Fox for being illegal and directed the agency to initiate the process of cancelling her visa. The nullification of the visa forfeiture order was contained in a resolution issued by DOJ Secretary Menardo Guevarra in […].....»»

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Peace talks with CPP should be in PH, Palace says

ANY peace negotiation that would be entered into by the Philippine government and communist rebels should be held in the country, Malacañang stated on Monday, June 18. “The President emphasized that this is a talk between Filipinos, it should be held in the Philippines,” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr. said in a Palace press briefing. […].....»»

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Monsoon floods Rohingya refugees camps in Bangladesh

HEAVY rains and landslides hit Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh as monsoon season picks up. The footage, captured on June 12, shows a huge torrent of water inundating a camp in Cox’s Bazar District. The filmer writes: ”We were doing food and some NFI relief distribution to 1,000 families. ”We had to delay the distribution […].....»»

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3 cops, 2 gov’t workers nabbed for cockfighting

THREE policemen were arrested Monday by police intelligence operatives in Heroesville Subdivision, Barangay Gaya-Gaya, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan for taking part in cockfights. Arrested were PO2 Michael Somido from the National Capital Region Police Office; PO1 Raymond Meneses from the Caloocan Police; and PO1 Rhovel Araceli from the Northern Police District, according to a […].....»»

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Look: DPWH builds new Boracay road

DEPARTMENT of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) workers set concrete along Road 1A in Bulabog, Boracay Island on Monday, June 18, 2018. The concreting of Boracay main road aims to ease traffic flow, one of the major problems which the government seek to address during the island’s temporary closure. DPWH is a member of the […].....»»

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Koreas to form joint teams at Asian Games

SEOUL, South Korea — North and South  Korea agreed  Monday to form unified teams for some sports at the upcoming Asian Games — a move which highlights the rapprochement on the peninsula that begin with the Winter Olympics. At their historic summit in April, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon […].....»»

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Stand-down review set

More time needed to look at vague proposal A review of the vague stand-down agreement which was the brainchild of Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chairman Jose Maria Sison was among the issues that triggered the suspension of the resumption of the peace negotiations, AFP chief of staff Gen. Carlito Galvez said yesterday. […].....»»

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No grandstanding in WPS meet Rody: It’s all about oil

No grandstanding will be allowed in a meeting among members of the Executive and Legislative branches that Sen. Richard Gordon has proposed to discuss the administration’s policy toward China’s aggressive buildup in the West Philippine Sea (WPS). “The talks should not be made public, there should be no grandstanding. The issue should be discussed to […].....»»

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No one’s replacing Fergie – Apl.de.Ap

‘In every album, we try to push the envelop and try new sounds. And you know we’ve done a lot of pop records; we’ve done electro music. And you know we’ve gone to the top.’ The Peas are back, and many of their fans from way before they hit it big with Elephunk in 2003 rejoiced at […].....»»

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Justice dep‘t asked to charge Okada on $10-million estafa cases

Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc. (TRLEI), the operator of Okada Manila, has asked the Department of Justice (DoJ) to conduct another preliminary investigation or reverse the resolutions issued by the Parañaque City Prosecutor’s Office which dismissed the $10-million estafa cases against gaming tycoon Kazuo Okada and his co-respondents. In two separate motions, TRLEI asked […].....»»

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Celebrating Filipino creativity, culture and heritage

The Balik Saya project, headed by the Intramuros Administration (IA) and Manila’s 5th District Representative Cristal Bagatsing, concluded with a design competition that champion Filipino artistry and cultivation of cultural heritage. Esteemed guests from the senate, congress, partners and Manila’s design circles arrived at the newly opened National Museum of Natural History, which was much-admired […].....»»

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Remove tambays but give them jobs

By Mario J. Mallari and Angie M. Rosales More than 1,400 individuals were apprehended around Metro Manila during an intensified anti-criminality drive. In particular, the efforts to rid the streets of “tambays” by various police districts but Sen. Richard Gordon said the government should do more than just running after them. Rather than catching loiterers […].....»»

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Why we do what we do

By Eugenio S. Ynion Jr. Contributor “We do what we do because we are willing to pay the price.” SAN PEDRO, Laguna — Building a community — or should we say, rebuilding a community — is not easy. In fact, that’s a huge understatement, if there is one. That’s the task the current officials of […].....»»

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Homeless amid idle houses

There are at least 3 million people in the country who are homeless. The government, the National Housing Authority (NHA) in particular, has a backlog of 5.5 million houses. Strangely, the NHA, which is mandated to build low-cost social housing to address homelessness, has admitted there are 55,000 houses that have been unoccupied for many […].....»»

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June 18 2018, Monday

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Army brokers 20-year clan war in Maguindanao

THE military has brokered the settlement of a 20-year-old clan war in Mindanao that has claimed the lives of a dozen persons from both sides. The feud settlement between the families of Guiamadel Sinumagan, 50, and Castro Mohammad, 47, both of Midpandacan village was historic and timely as it came during the Eid’l Fitr or […].....»»

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Boulder crushes SUV in Kennon Road, 3 hurt

A HUGE boulder fell on a sport utility vehicle (SUV) in Kennon Road in Benguet shortly before noon Sunday, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said. The rockslide happened around 11:30 a.m. at the Tokang section in Camp 3 of the said thoroughfare in Tuba, Benguet, said Jojo Flores, maintenance foreman of the […].....»»

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