Most prevalently seen in Panay Island of the Philippines, X-linked parkinsonism dystonia is a disease interestingly found only in Filipino people.
Culture is an asset that all individuals have the right to love and cherish. However, we cannot forget that with appreciation comes the crucial need for education.
Art captures a myriad of emotion and history that allow us to understand ourselves better—and this is all possible through art conservation.
While music is known to be a vivid treat to the ears, neurological studies show that the brain also gets a taste of its benefits—maybe even in life-saving ways.
The recent monkeypox outbreak raises questions about the virus’ nature—and its potential to start another pandemic.
On July 30, De La Salle University’s (DLSU) Society of Young Engineers Towards Achieving Excellence (SYNTAX) hosted the final round of AGSIKAP: Tagisan ng Talino—its flagship nationwide math competition. After an elimination round held two days prior, five teams made it to the finals. These were Mixed Nuts from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines,…
Grief is more than an emotion—it is a biological response and has physical effects one cannot simply get rid of.
With restrictions relaxed and everything seemingly back to normal, many think the end of the pandemic is with sight.
Despite being maligned, insects are vital pollinators, crucial waste recyclers, and the base of food webs that we rely upon.
Face shields have been a part of the Philippines’ pandemic protocols since 2020, but are they really all they’re made out to be?