National Scientist Angel C. Alcala wrote that since the 1970s, frogs have been dropping dead in significant numbers around the world.
The Philippine Red Cross and the Department of Health in Negros Oriental said there is a shortage of blood supply in the province and fear of needles could be the main reason.
Filipino gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men generally have disproportionately higher rates of cigarette smoking than heterosexuals and, therefore, face higher health risks associated with it, according to a study published in the latest issue of the Silliman Journal.
Education positively influenced adoption of organic rice farming (ORF). This was the conclusion made by Dr. Bernadette Tan on a study, “Adoption of Organic Rice Farming in Agrarian Reform Community in Southern Negros Oriental, Philippines.”