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Chitosan, from crustacean shells, shows promise blocking food poisoning

By Philippine News Agency A natural carbohydrate derived from crustacean…

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The owl has landed

By Angelo G. Garcia Images by Rio Deluvio Most of…

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Tuberculosis (TB) (credit Pixabay | Manila Bulletin)

US researchers develop rapid blood test for TB

By Agence France-Presse US researchers on Monday said they have…

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Fruit fueled evolution of a bigger brain

By Agence France-Presse Humans likely developed large and powerful brains,…

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All you need to know about rabies

By Eduardo Gonzales, MD In as much as March is…

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(FILES) This file picture dated 3 February 1968 shows spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso.
She was Picasso's forgotten wife, written out of history as a "neurotic", snobbish depressive who was a drag on the great artist. But a new exhibition shines a very different light on Olga Khokhlova. (Credits: AFP PHOTO  | Manila Bulletin)

Picasso’s tragic first wife emerges from the shadows

By Agence France-Presse She was Picasso's forgotten wife,…
French cabinetmaker Michel Robillard poses in his handbuilt wooden 2CV Citroen Car built as an exact one/one replica on March 20, 2017, near Loches, Central France. A retired cabinetmaker has just completed the production of a Citroen 2 CV in a Touraine fruitwood, a life-size vehicle unique in the world, equipped to take the road, which is about to pass its first technical inspection. / AFP PHOTO / GUILLAUME SOUVANT / Manila Bulletin

France’s classic 2CV car gets special edition — in wood

By Agence France-Presse A wooden replica of Citroen's…
(FILES) This file photo taken on February 21, 2017 shows Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in his studio in Berlin. The Chinese activist artist Ai Weiwei will build dozens of fences in New York for an exhibition opening in October that focuses on walls that divide people and mark borders. A champion of refugees and migrants, Ai is calling his new large-scale conceptual installation "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors." / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALL/ Manila Bulletin

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei to build fences in New York

By Agence France-Presse The Chinese activist artist Ai…
"Big Maple Leaf" issued by the Canadian Royal Mint in 2007, features an eponymous leaf on one side and Queen Elizabeth II on the other (Photo by Reuters) Manila Bulletin

Million-dollar gold coin stolen in Berlin

By Philippine News Agency A gold coin worth…

Summer Fun at the Doughnut Factory

By Paulyne L. Fermin School is out and summer is…

Horrible house help

By Loraine Balita-Centeno We’ve heard countless stories of cruel employers…

Totally Kawaii

By Mary Angela Barlongay Recently, fun and vibrant footwear brand…

Innovative fabrics bark up Tokyo fashion tree

By Agence France-Presse Wood fashioned into lace and sculpted into…

Lady Gaga’s Japanese designer makes Tokyo debut

By Agence France-Presse They've dressed Lady Gaga and now they…

Japan fashion’s ‘lost in translation’ challenge

By Agence France-Presse He's been hailed a "fresh new voice"…