HealthJustice Philippines, an advocacy group with legal expertise in tobacco control and health promotion, debunked the claim that nicotine is harmless.
Chinita Princess Kim Chiu will join the so-called sawi population as they celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Araneta Center on Feb. 14. Hugot Night, Araneta Center’s Valentine special for singles with hugot from failed relationships, will be a night loaded with fun-filled activities.
HealthJustice Philippines, a think tank and advocacy group with legal expertise in tobacco control and health promotion, congratulated Francisco Duque, whose appointment to the helm of the Department of Health has been confirmed by the Commission on Appointments (CA).
Araneta Center, Gateway Cineplex and Ali Mall Cineplex are giving couples 18 years old and above a thrilling chance to “Celebrate Love with Fun and Games” at the Gateway Activity Center this February 10, Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Gateway Gallery presents the second exhibit for the year 2018: Vestigium, Scriptorium, the fourth solo exhibit of Geronimo Cristobal. In his latest exhibit, Cristobal presents new works of 8 paintings and 12 drawings that truly reflect the era of modernity.
A little known pharmaceutical company in Florida has found itself in the eye of a storm following disclosures it raised the price of an old drug used to fight brain tumors by 1,400 percent, from $50 a pill to more than $700.
Federal safety officials are investigating whether a Ford Motor Co. transmission recall should be widened to fix more than a million additional vehicles.
Gateway Gallery opens 2018 with an exhibit by Julius Legaspi who will present new pastel paintings in his fourth solo show, Paghirang. Paghirang will have its Artist Reception on January 6, 2018, 6 pm at the Small Room of Gateway Gallery.
After 4 years of struggle for the legalization of Medical Cannabis in the country, the Philippine Cannabis Compassion Society (PCCS) has found a strong ally. The statement of the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring that Medical Cannabis is found to be beneficial to patients with Cancer, Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease is a welcome development.