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Mandaluyong inmates undergo medical checkup due to inmate’s death from disease

WITH the reported death of an inmate due to “flesh-eating disease” and reports of abuses among co-inmates while in police detention, the Mandaluyong police conducted a medical check-up on the more than 60 inmates with the help of the City Health Office yesterday morning. According to Senior Supt. Moises Villaceran….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: News4 hr. 31 min. ago Related News

Eating in multi-color

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Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: News16 hr. 31 min. ago Related News

2 fishermen survive ‘butete’ poisoning

ROXAS City, Capiz – Two fishermen who got poisoned after eating puffer fish or “butete” are now out of danger. Raymundo Arinque, 55, of Barangay Barra here; and Rex Hontiveros, 37, of Isla Gigantes, Carles, Iloilo are in stable condition in two hospitals here. Reports indicated that the Arinque and Hontiveros fell ill after eating […] The post 2 fishermen survive ‘butete’ poisoning appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Source: Thedailyguardian ThedailyguardianCategory: News21 hr. 18 min. ago Related News

Erica Paredes introduces ‘kamayan’ style, boodle fight to Europeans

The daughter of veteran musician Jim Paredes introduced the local version of a boodle fight to a group of people in France and it was warmly received. Erica Paredes, now a chef based in France, shared photos of how she entertained foreigners with the “kamayan” style of eating in an open dinner at her house. […].....»»

Source: Interaksyon InteraksyonCategory: TopJul 16th, 2018Related News

Smelly skins make for fishy fashion in Kenya

Women sharpen their knives before setting about stinking piles of fish skins, flesh and bones that cover the floor at an unusual artisanal tannery in western Kenya. Set up by a 39-year-old industrial chemist named Newton Owino, Alisom Products separates fish skins from the rest of the waste, then tans them to make a kind of leather used to manufacture handbags, wallets, shoes, hats and jackets. Kisumu, on Lake Victoria, is a piscatorial place, a city where grilled tilapia and Nile perch are a ubiquitous delicacy, and from where cleaned fillets are exported around the region and the world. But Owino saw opportunity in the leftovers. An estimated 150,000 tons of fish waste ...Keep on reading: Smelly skins make for fishy fashion in Kenya.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jul 15th, 2018Related News

Man-eating crocs sow terror in Surigao Sur!

SURIGAO del Sur folk have been gripped with fear ever since saltwater crocodiles were seen in Bislig Bay in Surigao del Sur. The Philippine Coast Guard, local fishermen and residents have spotted the man-eating reptiles on different occasions. According to online and radio reports, the Philippine Coast Guard in Surigao….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsJul 14th, 2018Related News

Higher number of people eating out reflects growing PH economy – DTI

The higher number of people eating out in restaurants is reflective of the country’s ‘growing economy’, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said on Friday. ‘Yung mga dating ‘di kum Source link link: Higher number of people eating out reflects growing PH economy – DTI.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Jul 14th, 2018Related News

2 kids die after eating isaw in Camarines Sur

Two children reportedly died after eating chicken intestine locally known as isaw and grilled blood or ”betamax” in Milaor town in Camarines Sur......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJul 13th, 2018Related News

Higher number of people eating out reflects growing PH economy - DTI

The higher number of people eating out in restaurants is reflective of the country's 'growing economy', Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said on Friday. 'Yung mga dating 'di kum.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsJul 13th, 2018Related News

2 dead, 1 hospitalized after eating isaw?

2 dead, 1 hospitalized after eating isaw?.....»»

Source: Bicolstandard BicolstandardCategory: NewsJul 12th, 2018Related News

Manila city jail inmate dies of flesh-eating bacteria

An inmate of the Manila city jail died of flesh-eating bacteria, which he acquired while in detention on Sunday night......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsJul 9th, 2018Related News

Does swimming after eating cause stomach cramps? Experts debunk popular myths

It's important to take extra care with certain aspects of our health and well-being, such as avoiding too much sun and making sure to drink enough fluids. To help keep you informed on some of the best ways to stay to safe in the sun, here experts debunk some popular summer health myths and offer their advice on how to look after yourself and the whole family this summer. False: Saltwater helps wounds heal "This is a myth because saltwater from the beach can actually contain germs or bacteria that can infect an open wound," says Baylor College of Medicine expert Isabel Valdez, a physician assistant and instructor of family and community medicine. "You should wait until the wound...Keep on reading: Does swimming after eating cause stomach cramps? Experts debunk popular myths.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jul 8th, 2018Related News

Pompeo in Pyongyang to seek concrete nuclear commitments

PYONGYANG: Washington’s top diplomat embarked on an intense day of negotiations with his North Korean counterpart on Saturday as the old foes strive to flesh out a tentative nuclear disarmament plan. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was ensconced in an elegant Pyongyang guest house for a second day of talks with North Korean leader Kim [...] The post Pompeo in Pyongyang to seek concrete nuclear commitments appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsJul 7th, 2018Related News

FIBA: Guiao blames Kickert for starting Gilas-Boomers brawl

MANILA, Philippines --- Former national team head coach Yeng Guiao is not convinced that the unfortunate Gilas-Boomers brawl is entirely the fault of the Pinoys. The Australians had a hand in it too, and they should apologize as well, particularly Daniel Kickert. Guiao believes Kickert triggered the whole thing, which is what Gilas head coach Chot Reyes is saying. "What the Gilas players did was, to me, a natural human instinct in that situation. So, actually ako, I think it’s the Australians who need to apologize, not the Gilas team because it’s Kickert’s action that started the whole thing," Guiao said Wednesday after a PBA game featuring his NLEX team and Magnolia. "I do not believe in Luc Longley saying it’s Chot Reyes. Wala namang ginawa si Chot eh. Yung sinabi niya, well. .. That’s again, maybe, that’s debatable. But what Kickert did was the trigger of everything," he added. Kickert hit RR Pogoy with an elbow to the face after Pogoy shoved Chris Goulding to the floor following an offensive foul. But Guiao says Kickert never should have reacted in the first place and the Boomers are just looking for someone to blame after the fracas. "Yung nangyari kay Pogoy, yung banggaan nila ni Goulding, basketball play pa iyon eh. that was still a basketball play and the refs blew their whistle," Guiao said.  "So I think the Australians are just looking for somebody to blame when the ang dapat iblame ang the Australians, who I think are looking for trouble when they came here. The tone was set the day before when they were ripping the decals without any permission. If I coached the national team I would never do that coming into any venue and you have to respect the property of other people whatever they say kahit ano pa man yung dahilan," he added. In the end, Guiao is firm in his belief that Kickert pretty much started the brawl. And Guiao can't figure out why Kickert has never apologized for his own actions in the incident. "Kickert I think started it all, and he didn't even apologize. All he said was it's regrettable. And all he said was it's unfortunate. But he almost killed somebody and he did not apologize," Guiao said. "So sa akin pag hindi ka nagalit dun, hindi ka normal. Some people are taking the high ground but ako nagpapakatotoo lang ako. I dont think it's Chot Reyes's fault, it's Kickert's fault. He started it. And the bad thing about ths is our Gilas players are profusely apologizing for what happened, the guy who started it never apologized," he added. In the end though, Guiao acknowledges that the player's actions were wrong. However, he can understand the way they reacted. It was human nature and it was a lose-lose situation for our players. Watch their teammate get bullied and they'll hear something negative. Stand up and defend their teammate and well. they'll hearing negative things now. "To me, what is more embarrassing, if Kickert did that in front of our countrymen with us hosting, and he did not suffer any consequences after doing that..To me, sa akin yun ang nakakahiya.. na nandito ka sa Pilipinas, binagsakan ka ng siko ng napalaking tao. Kung yun ay naging kapatid mo, naging tatay mo, naging anak mo, kahit nga yung aso ko ginanun nya, makakatikim sa akin yun eh. So, it’s really to be, para magpakatotoo ka. Natural reaction talaga yun. Sabi ko nga, kung hindi nag-react ng ganun baka mas nakakahiya pa. Bakit mo pinabayaan yung kakampi nyo?" Guiao said. "I will not justify that. Mali talaga yun. I agree na mali talaga yun. Siguro nung burst of emotion, after that dapat naawat na, dapat naano na. Yun hindi ko majujustify yun. But in that instant, that split second when there's a burst of emotion, galit na ganun reaction mo, kung tao ka, flesh and blood ka and nakita mo yun, magre-react ka talaga. Kaya nga to me it's just being human," Guiao added.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJul 5th, 2018Related News

July Fourth: Americans celebrate their union, rue divisions

NEW YORK --- With backyard barbecues and fireworks, Americans were celebrating Independence Day by participating in time-honored traditions that express pride in their country's 242nd birthday. But this quintessential American holiday will also be marked with a sense of a United States divided for some --- evidenced by competing televised events in the nation's capital. From New York to California, July Fourth festivities will be at times lively and lighthearted, with Macy's July Fourth fireworks and Nathan's Famous hotdog eating contest. The day's events will also be stately and traditional, with parades lining streets across the country and the world's oldest commissioned ...Keep on reading: July Fourth: Americans celebrate their union, rue divisions.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jul 5th, 2018Related News

Sucking up soup with a straw

THREE WORDS come to mind when you’re eating xiao long bao, the Chinese steamed soup dumplings:.....»»

Source: Bworldonline BworldonlineCategory: NewsJul 4th, 2018Related News

Boracay no longer a cesspool – Cimatu

MANILA, Philippines– After just over two months of rehabilitation, Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu said Boracay is no longer a cesspool . Cimatu said the government is "on target" in decongesting the island and water quality has significantly improved. "Mas mababa na [ang bacteria level ng tubig].... Kasi noon medyo tumataas ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsJul 4th, 2018Related News

World’s top chef Ferran Adria doesn’t want to go back into the kitchen

Ferran Adria---"the most influential chef in the world"---is a man on a mission. Just not one that involves him having to run a restaurant. The Catalan---whose elBulli restaurant was named the best on the planet a record five times---is out to prove that the wildly experimental dishes he pioneered there still cut the mustard. In the seven years since he unexpectedly shut the legendary Costa Brava restaurant, with 3,000 people still on the waiting list for a table, simpler more earthy cooking has come into vogue. But the father of molecular cuisine, who brought the world the idea of "mandarin air", eating smoke, caramelized quails, trout egg tempura and any numbe...Keep on reading: World’s top chef Ferran Adria doesn’t want to go back into the kitchen.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jun 30th, 2018Related News

Watch Super Junior Live in Manila with Globe GoSURF!

  Multi-award-winning KPop group Super Junior is set to make fangirls squeal anew as they return to the country for another heart-stopping concert!If you haven't saved enough for a ticket, don't fret. You still have a chance to see them live because Globe is giving away 12 VIP tickets to the Super Show 7 Manila leg! Starting June 15, 2018, Globe Prepaid customers registered to GoSURF are one step closer to witnessing the Kings of Hallyu in the flesh at Super Show 7 slated onJune 30, 2018,Saturday, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. To get a raffle entry, simply register to any GoSURF offer for a chance to win. You can get as much as 200 raffle entries with GoSURF999! Aft...Keep on reading: Watch Super Junior Live in Manila with Globe GoSURF!.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jun 25th, 2018Related News

Killing dogs for meat illegal, rules SKorean court

SEOUL: A South Korean court has ruled the killing of dogs for meat is illegal, in a landmark decision that animal rights activists said Thursday could pave the way to outlawing eating canines. The meat has long been a part of South Korean cuisine, with about one million dogs believed to be eaten annually. But… link: Killing dogs for meat illegal, rules SKorean court.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Jun 21st, 2018Related News