Literature | Erwin Rimban | Dancing Light, Frozen Light: Existential Pearls from the Heart

Life and poetry are intertwined. For poetry is the language of the soul. Through poetry, our quintessence may seek a richer understanding of its consciousness and its dynamic place in the universe. These sets of poems, entitled "Dancing Light, Frozen Light" is a humble attempt to parse the permutations of consciousness into melodies and rhythms [...]

Filipino Teen Speaks 18 Languages

Meet Marlon Ramon from the Philippines! "Hi! This is my first polyglot video. In this video I will be practicing the languages that I have been studying for almost 6 years. I am not very fluent in all of them. So, if I made any mistakes or if you have any recommendations, please let me [...]

Homeopathy | A Safe Bug Spray That Really Works: Natural Mosquito Repellent

Summer is prime time for enjoying the outdoors. But more often than not, there’s a dark cloud hanging over that backyard barbecue: bugs – and especially mosquitoes. These blood-seeking fun busters … Source: A Safe Bug Spray That Really Works: Natural Mosquito Repellent

Why It Is Important to Know the Story of Filipino-American Larry Itliong

Author Gayle Romasanta is on a crusade to recover the farm worker’s story, empowering young leaders to follow in his footsteps. In the late 1970s, my family and I lived in an apartment on South San Joaquin Street in the Little Manila neighborhood of Stockton, California. My family wasn’t unique. [...] Source: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/why-it-is-important-know-story-filipino-american-larry-itliong-180972696/

Archeology | RUINS OF A 3000-YEAR-OLD ARMENIAN CASTLE FOUND IN LAKE VAN – TURKEY

The 3,000-year-old remains of an ancient fortification have been discovered at the bottom of Turkey’s largest lake. The underwater excavations were led by Van Yüzüncü Yıl University and the governorship of Turkey’s eastern Bitlis Province. [...] Source: https://www.archaeology-world.com/ruins-of-a-3000-year-old-armenian-castle-found-in-lake-van-turkey/

New study suggests that the Philippines is the ancestral homeland of

Research into the origins and dispersal of Polynesian chickens has helped scientists reconstruct the early migrations of the Polynesians and the animals they carried with them.  The results re Source: New study suggests that the Philippines is the ancestral homeland of

FDA quietly bans powerful life-saving intravenous Vitamin C

Ask yourselves this salient question:  WHO PROFITS FROM THIS BAN OF A MOST BENEFICIAL TREATMENT APPROACH, REALLY?? It would be naive to think that the FDA endeavors to protect the public’s health as its primary focus. Indeed, that would be a conflict of interest, as it serves its master, the pharmaceutical industry. Source: FDA quietly [...]

Health & Aging | Old people can produce as many new brain cells as teenagers | New Scientist

The discovery that healthy, older adults produce just as many new neurons as young people could provide clues to how to keep our brains sharper for longer  [...] Source: Old people can produce as many new brain cells as teenagers | New Scientist

Health | New Studies Show CBD is a Safe, Natural Treatment For Anxiety, Pain & Depression

They said it, I didn’t .... 🌱Reduced Risk of Diabetes and Obesity 🌱Better Cholesterol Profiles and Lowered Risk of Cardiovascular Disease 🌱Reduced Risk of Cancer 🌱 Helps Maintain Brain Health and Create Resilience to Trauma and Degeneration 🌱 Protects against Bone Disease and Broken Bones 🌱 Protects and Heals the Skin 🌱 Anti-inflammatory Benefits of [...]

DID YOU KNOW … 30 Everyday Activities That Can Cause Cancer

Everyone knows that some activities and habits can increase your risk of cancer, like smoking, drinking, or overeating. However, there are many things we do every day that can also cause our risk of cancer to increase. Cancer is the second leading cause of U.S. deaths after heart disease, so knowing the risk factors and [...]

School canteen in southern Negros goes ‘plastic-free’

BACOLOD CITY -- Mugs made of bamboo, bowls from coconut shells, and plates from banana leaves. These are the new utensils being used at the canteen of Bulata National High School (BNHS) in Cauayan, Negros Occidental as the school promotes a plastic-free culture in providing meals and snacks for its more than 400 students and teachers. [...]