latest from Cagayan de Oro Lifestyle
THE Sumilao farmers is the subject of this year's Xavier University's “Lansad” photo exhibit, 9 years after the farmers’ historic 1,500 kilometers walk from from Sumilao, Bukidnon to the gates of the Malacañang Palace.Read more
LIKE the human anatomy, society, according to sociologists is composed of different parts performing distinct functions in order to maintain its stability. One among its many specialized parts is the social unit of education.Read more
[Writer’s note: This article is paraphrased from the original “Untold Stories of Pregnancy”, which I published 3 years ago in this paper in response to the current circulating issue on grumpy health professionals among government hospitals]Read more
STATISTICS holds that an estimate of 50 million people worldwide, across all ages, is burdened by epilepsy.
As of 2002, at least 750,000 Filipinos have been identified with this misunderstood disorder.Read more
LEAVING an eight-to-five to pursue a hobby and a passion is not what most would call a wise decision. But for Jana Abellanosa, a 29 year-old former nurse, transitioning from a salaried nurse to an entrepreneur was risky but sweet, literally.Read more