Who is the First President of the Republic of the Philippines?

Emilio Aguinaldo

The first president of the Philippines Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy is the officially recognized first President of the Philippines. He was born on March 22, 1869, in Cavite. In 1895, he joined the secret, nationalist brotherhood called Katipunan which was founded by Andres Bonifacio. Aguinaldo won several battles when the revolution erupted in the country … Read more

Tropical Depression Vicky Latest Updates (as of 2 PM, December 19)

Tropical Depression Vicky Latest Updates (as of 2 PM, December 19)

2 PM Updates: Tropical Depression Vicky based on latest bulletin PAGASA announced via its latest bulletin issued at 2 PM today, December 19, 2020, that Tropical Depression Vicky continues to move closer towards the northern-central portion of Palawan. It is traversing Westward at 20 km/h and has maximum sustained winds of 45 km/h near the … Read more

Mother Dolphin Adopts Baby Whale – First Known Case

Mother Dolphin Adopts Baby Whale, Still Cares For It After Several Years MOTHER DOLPHIN ADOPTS BABY WHALE – Truly, a mother’s love transcends all walks of life be it humans or our animal counterparts. Throughout the years, we’ve seen unique friendships between animals of different species. Some dogs befriends and gets close to a cat, … Read more

Dog Breathing Underwater – Russian Scientist Show Off Experiment

Russian Science Reveal New Technology, Allows Dog Breathing Underwater RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS – A group of scientists revealed their latest experiment, a dog breathing underwater. Have humans gone too far with science? That has been the primary question asked ever since the field of study flourished. Photos of Russian Scientists experimenting on a dog with their … Read more

5 Eyed Fossil Shrimp Discovered in China, Dubbed as “Missing Link”

5 Eyed Fossil Shrimp

Researchers Discover 5 Eyed Fossil Shrimp in China A 5-eyed fossil shrimp-like creature has been discovered by China’s Yunnan province, which has been dubbed as the “Missing Link”. The shrimp-like creature called as Kylinxia zhangi has been found preserved in fossils at Yunnan province, China. The creature reported lived about 520 million years ago and could … Read more

LOOK: Tooth Fossil of Megalodon Found in Bohol

Tooth Fossil of Megalodon Found in Bohol

Megalodon tooth fossil in Bohol A tooth fossil of Megalodon, known as the biggest shark to have ever lived on Earth, was found in Maribojoc, Bohol. The tooth fossil of the ancient shark was discovered by Christian Gio Bangalao, a local fisherman. It was donated to the NM Bohol Area Museum last May 28, 2020. … Read more

Is it Safe to Go Swimming During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

COVID-19 swimming

Swimming during pandemic?! Is it safe to go swimming during the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 pandemic? This might be the question everybody was asking especially those who are eager to go on swimming either in the pool or beach. But U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautioned the public particularly those who wanted to … Read more

Meet Francisca Susano, the Oldest Living Person in the World

Francisca Susano

Francisca Susano Might Be The Oldest Living Person in the World at 122 FRANCISCA SUSANO – Meet Francisca Susano of Negros Occidental, one of the oldest people living in the world at the age of 122. Susano was born on September 11, 1897 at Oringao, Kabankalan City in the province of Negros Occidental before the … Read more

Maundy Thursday — What You Need To Know About

Maundy Thursday

Here are some facts that you need to know more about Maundy Thursday. Maundy Thursday was the start of a three-day celebration of Easter, which was the most important time of the year for Catholics. This, as Catholics remembered the Last Supper of Jesus Christ together with His apostles. Here are some of the facts … Read more

Mood Swings May Link To Vitamin B Deficiency, Says Studies

Mood Swings

Here’s an explanation of how mood swings may link to Vitamin B deficiency. According to various studies, the symptoms of having mood swings ⁠— including fatigue and mood changes ⁠— were attributed to Vitamin B deficiency. This, as websites Medical News Today and Mayo Clinic cited correlations between mood swings and Vitamin B deficiency. According … Read more