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Japan's Emperor Akihito, 84, cancelled his official duties on Monday after suffering vertigo and nausea (AFP Photo/TORU YAMANAKA/Manila Bulletin)

Japan emperor being treated for brain condition: Palace

 By Agence France-Presse Japan's 84-year-old Emperor Akihito cancelled his official duties on Monday after being taken ill, the country's top government spokesman said. Akihito "had a sudden feeling of…

MB FILE - Atleast 504 young students from Tabunok Elementary School in Talisay City eat their full meal from the feeding program with the help of Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) along with the Department of Education on September 23, 2015.(Juan Carlo de Vela / MANILA BULLETIN)

QC gov’t supports healthier plant-based meals

By Chito Chavez The Quezon City government has supported the initiative of Greenpeace Philippines in urging public schools and government offices to promote healthier plant-based…

(PIXABAY / MANILA BULLETIN)

Youth Month to focus on health, social issues

By Mar Supnad BALANGA CITY, Bataan — The Provincial Youth Council (BYPC) announced Tuesday that the upcoming Youth Month celebration this August will focus on…



The Spanish flu outbreak 100 years ago is the modern world's deadliest epidemic, its toll of more than 50 million surpassing that of World War I. (AFP/MANILA BULLETIN)

Spanish flu: more deadly than World War I

By Agence France-Presse The Spanish flu outbreak 100 years ago is the modern world's deadliest epidemic, its toll of more than 50 million surpassing that…