- You have to congratulate the brains behind “Clean Coal” for cleverly marrying two words that are not compatible, at least not yet. The word “clean” is not something that comes to mind when coal is discussed, and “clean” should definitely not be associated with acid rain, perilous mines, lung cancer, skin diseases, mercury contamination and climate change.
- Acne vulgaris which has affected millions of people around the world, could possibly be eliminated for good, thanks to the Acne Vaccine Project.
- A raw, organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar is one of the oldest and most useful natural remedies on earth
- A group of kidney disease patients in Baguio City has launched a signature campaign seeking free dialysis services for all Filipinos.
- The continuing spate of news about electronic cigarettes blowing up in the faces or pockets of users has caused many to question the safety of using the electronic device than traditional cigarettes.
- A research found that several factors can contribute to the development of acne in adult women. It suggests that women who suffer from severe acne problems may benefit from proper diet and healthy lifestyle.
- The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Friday that recent findings of the Ebola vaccine reveal that it can be effective.
- The Department of Health is taking a step forward to extend help to HIV patients amid the alarming rise in HIV/AIDS cases globally, as it expands the antiretroviral therapy (ART) program in the Philippines.
- President Rodrigo Duterte recently admitted that he has several health problems, saying he has been suffering from back pains and migraines, among other illnesses.