Not All Women Have PMS, Research Says

Not All Women Have PMS, Research Says

Yes, you read that right. Psychologist Robyn Stein DeLuca says there’s very little scientific consensus about premenstrual syndrome (PMS): from what causes it to how it’s going to be treated, or its mere existence. Robyn explores what influenced the spread …

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[Ano Sa Tingin Niyo?] Qualities that Make a Real Man

Around the world, March is International Women’s Month. The week of March 8 (International Women’s Day) is usually celebrated with events of celebration and awareness.

This year in Dumaguete, men of different communities led and organized initiatives and activities, serving …

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[Listahan] Top 5 Reasons for Internal Migration in Davao City

Busy traffic lights, towering buildings, and noisy streets: these are some of the typical scenarios of a metropolis, a place where busy people live, earn and survive.

Davao City is a metropolis where most people work, go to school and …

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Request your copy of the acclaimed “OVER” photo book for FREE

We are looking for individuals and organizations involved in global population issues to become recipients of the acclaimed photo book Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot (OVER) published by the Foundation for Deep Ecology.

"Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot (OVER)" book

“Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot (OVER)” book

Created as the …

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“Usapang PopDev” Docu Now Available in DVD

We are happy to announce that after its TV premier on Knowledge Channel last February and screenings in various cities nationwide, “Usapang PopDev” documentary is now available in DVD!

"Usapang PopDev" documentary include stories made by the youth, for the youth

“Usapang PopDev” documentary include stories made by the youth, for the

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Can’t Stand the Heat: Extreme Weather and What We Can Do About It

We all have fun memories of summer: family reunions, trips to the beach, and cold refreshments that relieve the heat. But do you remember your summers to be as hot as what we’ve been having for the past years? NASA …

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[Boses ng Bureau] Laban, Kababaihan!

“What is the essence of being a woman?” It’s a question often asked during beauty pageants. But who is the Filipina now?

Today, women are still stereotyped as homebodies and domesticated people, only capable of childbearing and house chores, such …

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“Muwang” (Understanding): A Young Laborer’s Dreams

The Philippines has long faced the serious issue of child labor: a seemingly perpetual challenge for developing countries like ours. However, what we do not often see are the perseverance and hard work radiating from those children, exerting efforts to …

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Teen Health Kiosks Offer Services and Info on Adolescent and Youth (AY) Sexual Health

In 2012, the LuzonHealth Baseline Survey on Service Delivery Capacity recorded 2,027 women aged 15 to 17 years old who gave birth to their first child. Another 459 cases of teenage pregnancy were also recorded in the first quarter of …

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Anti-Discrimination Bill: Do We Really Need It?

In 2013, the Philippines was dubbed as one of the few gay-friendly countries in the world, based on a global survey by the Pew Research Center.

Reality suggests otherwise.

According to the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, …

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