The group made the appeal after its disaster response team found dogs either chained or locked inside a cage, giving them no opportunity for survival during the flood brought by Typhoon Ulysses.
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Go extends aid to Quezon market vendors
Despite bad weather, Sen. Bong Go went to Lucena in Quezon province recently to help public market vendors displaced by the pandemic.
Pandacan church gets new image of Sto. Niño
A new Sto. Niño image sculpted from a wooden beam that survived the fire that struck Pandacan church in July last year was unveiled yesterday as the Catholic faithful joined the feast of the Child Jesus in Manila.
Bishop condemns prevalence of child abuse
A bishop used his sermon yesterday to condemn child abuse, particularly the reported prevalence of child pornography during the pandemic.
Biden outlines ‘Day One' agenda
Executive actions set on pandemic, immigration, climate deal
ASF to further push up pork, chicken prices
Consumers would have to further tighten their belts as prices of pork and even chicken show no signs of going down, especially now that African swine fever (ASF) has crept into the Visayas.
Senate seeks further hearings on vaccines
‘Too many inconsistencies’
Digital technology allowed students to continue formal education this year, even with the school opening delayed for a few months by COVID-19 restrictions.
China to donate 500,000 vaccine doses to Phl
The Chinese government has committed to donate 500,000 doses of vaccines for COVID-19, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced yesterday.
Damaged roads, lack of gear hinder Indonesia quake rescue
MAMUJU (AP) – Damaged roads and bridges, power blackouts and lack of heavy equipment yesterday hampered Indonesia’s rescuers after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake left at least 45 dead and hundreds injured on Sulawesi island.
BOC raids COVID clinic in Pasay
The Bureau of Customs confiscated P1.5 million worth of medicines during a raid on a storage facility reportedly being used as a makeshift COVID-19 clinic in Pasay, the BOC reported yesterday.
Remembrance & a Sacred Earth
LLEWELLYN VAUGHAN-LEE mourns our forgetting of our connection with the Earth, inviting us once more to remember, reconnect and rekindle the sacredness of that relationship in our lives.
Cleaning Without Chemicals
Do you have specimens like desert roses, quartz crystal clusters, or geode halves that sat for eons in the open before being collected?
THE WELLNESS WARRIOR
FORMER TRACK ATHLETE AND LONGTIME YOGI KOYA WEBB SHARES THE TWISTS, TURNS, INJURIES AND BREAKTHROUGHS THAT HAVE SHAPED HER CAREER AND HER LIFE.
ST. MARTIN/ST. MAARTEN – A CAPTIVATING CONCOCTION OF CARIBBEAN CULTURES
There I was in my white lab coat examining the 40 different vials and trying to determine which combinations to mix to get the best outcome.
THE BENEFITS OF DOING NOTHING
Every day in the modern world poses an increasing number of problems and opportunities in our lives. There are so many existing and new oppor-threats, that we simply don’t have enough time to address them all. We are all busy, and if we slow down for even a second, we feel guilty because “there is so much to do.” But if you stop for an interval of time and do nothing, you might find it has its benefits.
THE FACE OF DIPLODOCUS: Nostril Placement in Sauropod Dinosaurs
In writing and illustrating our 2016 Johns Hopkins University Press book, The Sauropod Dinosaurs: Life in the Age of Giants, my coauthor Matthew J. Wedel and I sought to explain the most current ideas about the paleobiology and ecology of this enigmatic dinosaur group.
A Crash Course on Anti-Racism
A New York Pilates teacher and activist’s webinar on bigotry and bias garners an overwhelming response.
3 Moves to Try
Pros like Jill Miller swear by self- myofascial release that homes in on specific—and often overlooked— areas. Here, a few of her go-to moves.
Can’t get your clients to comprehend certain exercises— or the quality of movement they require? The right imagery can help lead to that coveted aha moment.
As Balanced Body’s first and only Education Program Director, Nora St. John, a self-professed lover of movement, has a true Pilates superpower: the ability to see through all of the traditions of Pilates, understanding their strengths and weaknesses, helping to create a brand that appeals to the masses.