The Rise of Science Reporting

The Rise of Science Reporting

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FEATURE STORY “Science is nothing but developed perception, integrated intent, common sense rounded out and minutely articulated.” – Henri Poincare, French mathematician, theoretical physicist, engineer, […]

A Matter of Trust

A Matter of Trust

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LIFE’S LESSONS HENRYLITO D. TACIO Mr. Tacio, who hails from Davao, is a correspondent of the Asian edition of Reader’s Digest. He is the first […]

First-Generation Doctor 3

First-Generation Doctor

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FOUR MINUTES DR. RONNIE ENRIQUEZ BATICULON In no particular order, Ronnie Baticulon is a neurosurgeon, teacher, and writer. He blogs at http://ronibats.ph. It was Saturday […]

An Extended Family

An Extended Family

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SPECIAL FEATURE This article is a rejoinder to The Atlantic’s “My Family’s Slave” article which has gone viral. Authored by Alex Tizon, a Pulitzer Prize-winning […]

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When Wells Run Dry

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FEATURE STORY According to Sandra Postel, a staunch advocate for the environment, “although climate change and water are related, water has no substitutes. We can […]

Acute Coronary Syndrome

Acute Coronary Syndrome

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MEDICINE IS NOT AN EXACT SCIENCE RAMON F. ABARQUEZ, JR., MD, EFACC, FASCC, FPCP, FPCC, CSPSH Academician Project, National Academy of Science and Technology Professor […]

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