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How to avoid Sore Eyes – DOH

Following a recent outbreak in a school in Guinobatan, Albay, the Department of Health issued reminders to the public on how to avoid sore eyes, a report on GMA’s “24 Oras” said Tuesday. Sore eyes—more accurately, conjunctivitis or pinkeye—is described by the DOH as a redness and inflammation of the membranes (conjunctiva) covering the whites of the eyes and the ...

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He used M & Ms for proposal- He Nailed it!

Wedding proposal gets more and more unique as the tie goes by. Men are continuously looking for the incredible ways to make their girlfriends feel special. Large number of proposals had been making rounds over the social media sites. All of them got a ‘Yes’ from the girls. But now, a simple yet unique way was made possible by a ...

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Man with no arms feeds his bedridden mother using his mouth

There is no valid reason to refrain from taking care of your parents. This is what the 48-year old man named Chen Xingyin proved. At an early age of 7, his arms were removed after being electrocuted in Tongxin Village. He made use of his feet to look after their source of income which is their livestock on his farm. ...

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Teenager donates his salary, but why?

Teenagers today seem to have endless wants and needs. With the small money their parents make, many of today’s teens insist on buying things they don’t need—to impress people they don’t even want. But this extraordinary teenager does selfless acts that he inspires lots of people around him. Kristopher Hudson works at Walmart 5 days a week and earns a ...

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Student Won Free Tuition After Sinking A Half-Court Shot!

As what the elders would always say, the only thing that they could give to their children is education.This is the main reason why the parents are always doing their best in their jobs to provide this necessity to their off springs.   And what the children should do in return is to study hard and land a good job ...

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Miriam blasts ‘thieves’ in Bureau of Customs

Miriam blasts ‘thieves’ in Bureau of Customs MANILA – Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago on Monday said embattled Bureau of Customs (BOC) chief Alberto Lina should explain what his office has done against thieves in the agency who ransack shipments. Santiago has filed Senate Resolution No. 1534 seeking an investigation on the BOC’s plan to thoroughly inspect and impose taxes on ...

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Customs defends tax on balikbayan boxes

Customs defends tax on balikbayan boxes MANILA – Customs chief Alberto Lina defended Monday the agency’s plan to open balikbayan boxes, saying the bureau is mandated to prevent the entry of contraband items as well as assess the value of items that need to be taxed. Lina said that under the law, the bureau can inspect all balikbayan boxes entering ...

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PNoy won’t stop opening of balikbayan boxes

PNoy won’t stop opening of balikbayan boxes But vows ‘safeguards’ to prevent abuse by Customs   CEBU CITY – President Aquino is meeting with Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima and Bureau of Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina in Malacañang Monday afternoon to “review” and to be briefed about the Customs’ move to step up its inspection of balikbayan boxes. Aquino did not ...

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Two men rob a store using a machete, Clerk is ready to face!

Two teens armed with a machete enter a store in Pittsburgh. One of the two teens pull the machete on the store clerk and demanded money, while the other would-be-robber took items from the store’s shelves. They didn’t expect the owner to turn the tables—as he pulled out an even larger sword. As soon as they saw the clerk’s weapon, ...

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Typhoon ‘Ineng’ ravages PH, heads towards Japan

Stranded commuters hike up a mountain after a portion of Kennon Road was damaged by a landslide caused by Typhoon Ineng in Baguio. Photo by Harley Palangchao, Reuters MANILA — (UPDATED) A weakened Typhoon Goni (local name: Ineng) was headed towards Japan on Sunday, after battering Northern Luzon leaving at least 10 dead, and causing thousands of people to be ...

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