October is breast cancer awareness month

WorldNgayon — In 2017, the American Cancer Society estimates more than 250,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed in the United States,...

Stress diminishes our ability to sense dangers

WorldNgayon — Stress diminishes our abilities to predict new dangers, a new study finds. Unlike the conventional belief, stress sharpens our ability to detect and...

Pinggang Pinoy: Healthy food plate for Filipino adults launched

The Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (FNRI-DOST) launched Pinggang Pinoy today. Pinggang Pinoy is a new, easy to understand food guide that...

DFA warns Filipinos on the increasing recruitment fraud for Canada

WorldNgayon– The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) through its Philippine Embassy in Ottawa Canada would like to inform all Filipinos of the increasing incidence...

Smart label to determine food spoilage developed

WorldNgayon — have you ever experience to bite rotten bread or sip spoiled milk? This will be a thing of the past. Thanks to...

Why Many Dialysis Patients Readmitted Soon after Discharge?

A new analysis found that nearly one-quarter of dialysis patients who are admitted to the hospital are readmitted soon after discharge, often for a...

Wendy McElroy’s Introduction to “The Satoshi Revolution”

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” — R....

Sitting is a new health risk compared to smoking

It’s a popular catchphrase: “Sitting is the new smoking.” A phrase that is often attributed to James A. Levine, MD, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic, but...

Wichita State Offering Free Online Courses

Wichita State University is offering full scholarships for anyone wanting to enroll in one of 35 undergraduate Free Online Courses for professional development badges. Badges are...

Nipa salad dressing now in supermarket

Likened to the popular Balsamic vinegar, but cheaper and affordable, Nipa palm salad dressing is now a common eye catcher at SM Naga, specifically...

Mushroom continues to ‘sprout’ in Central Luzon

Mushroom initiatives in the Central Luzon region started way back in 2004. However, with very limited resources, the Department of Agriculture-Regional Field Office (DA-RFO)...

Pat the Carrot Queen: From a plain housewife to a profit-earning...

Patria Zamora or simply “Pat” to her colleagues doesn’t mind being called “The Carrot Queen”. In fact, it makes sense because carrot, according to...

BUWAN NG WIKA 2017: FILIPINO: WIKANG MAPAGBAGO

One of the benefits of being an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) is the opportunity to learn other languages, and get mingled with other ethnic...

Calabash contains active ingredients potential for cancer treatment

Calabash tree, scientifically known as Crescentia cujete has been used by local communities as remedy for several illnesses. Because of its many uses in folkloric healing,...

Do salamanders hold the solution to regeneration?

Salamanders’ immune systems are key to their remarkable ability to regrow limbs, and could also underpin their ability to regenerate spinal cords, brain tissue...

A soda a day keeps the doctor in pay: soft drinks...

Recent research linking soft drinks to type 2 diabetes reminds us, once again, that we are what we put in our mouths. This large...

Study puts Huntington’s disease trials on TRACK

A three-year multinational study has tracked and detailed the progression of Huntington’s disease (HD), predicting clinical decline in people carrying the HD gene more...

H1N1 discovered in marine mammals

Scientists at the University of California, Davis, detected the H1N1 (2009) virus in free-ranging northern elephant seals off the central California coast a year...

First Long-Term Study Reveals Link Between Childhood ADHD and Obesity

A new study conducted by researchers at the Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Center found men diagnosed as children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were...

New treatments could stop multiple sclerosis progression for the first time

Walking along a beach while on holiday in Devon with her sister in 1996, Jane began to feel pins and needles in her feet....