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PH health officials urged to study potential of tawa-tawa in curing dengue


PH health officials urged to study potential of tawa-tawa in curing dengue

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It’s official: Andrew Kim Remolino is part of PH team roster for Southeast Asian GamesCEBU CITY, Philippines—Talisay City, Cebu&039;s Andrew Kim Remolino has been officially announced as part of the four-man team who will represent the Philippines in the triathlon competition of

Recto backs Duterte’s order to require foreign vessels to ask permission in entering PH watersSenate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto expressed on Tuesday his support for President Duterte's order to compel all foreign vessels to seek permission from the government before passing the Philippines' territorial waters.

PH shares snub regional relief rally on profit-taking

Carpio fact-checks Cayetano: Only China claims part of PH EEZICYMI: Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio refuted the claim of House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano that Malaysia and Vietnam occupy more islands in the West Philippine Sea than China. WestPHSea | T2TupasINQ T2TupasINQ He's wrong!

Gov’t notifies foreign vessels to file in advance notice of passage in PH waters – Sen. GoThe Philippine government has put on notice all foreign vessels, particularly China-owned, passing through Philippine waters that they must file an advance notice of their passage.

Only 12 of PH towns, cities have complied with local speed limitCEBU CITY –– Only 12 out of the thousands of cities and municipalities in the Philippines complied with a national government memorandum to enact local speed limit ordinances in their areas of

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