By Matikas Santos
The nutrition of children is a key factor to make the Philippines more resilient to disasters, such as supertyphoon “Yolanda” (international name Haiyan) which struck the country nearly a year ago, an international children’s rights group said Friday.
Traditionally, it is believed that standardized intelligence tests measure intelligence accurately and meaningfully, but according to Howard Gardner, Hobbs professor of education and cognition at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, intelligence is more complex than that.
By Daxim L. Lucas
Cynthia is a Makati-based bank employee who, every now and then, craves potato chips in between meals.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
Fight obesity by eating healthy. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has crafted a simple, almost elementary, guide for adults to eating right as it sounded an alarm about the ever growing number of obese Filipinos.
Last June 1, the country celebrated Alaska World Milk Day for the second time. Spearheaded by the Philippines’ leading milk company Alaska Milk Corporation, the celebration fulfilled its promise to be bigger and better than the fete last year, which gathered more than 3,000 participants in its fun run and raised the same number of milk products for the feeding program of Children’s Hour and its partner organizations.