DIARRHEA – List of Food You Must Eat While Recovering From LBM

Guide on the Food To Eat During Recovery from Diarrhea / LBM DIARRHEA – Here is a list of the food that you are recommended to eat when you are recovering from loose bowel movement (LBM). One of the health conditions that is usually common among people is diarrhea. It is also called as loose […]

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Ceres to sue ex-finance chief over P380-M debt
IN an unprecedented move, the board of directors of Vallacar Transit Inc. (VTI), the country’s biggest transport firm, has passed a resolution to file a legal action against its former…READ
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BoC intesifies ops in 4 Mindanao provinces
THE Bureau of Customs (BoC) has intensified its anti-smuggling operations in four provinces in the Southern Mindanao region amid unabated smuggling of fake cigarettes and other goods in the area….READ
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EVisayas seeks P55.45M for ARB livelihood
THE Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in Eastern Visayas said it needed a total of P55.45 million to finance about 120 various livelihood or micro-enterprise proposals that would benefit more…READ
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Suweco opens solar-diesel microgrid plant
SUWECO Tablas Energy Corp. (STEC) recently switched on the hybrid solar-diesel microgrid with battery facility in Romblon, dubbed as the first and largest hybrid facility in the country. President Rodrigo…READ
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‘P486-M Abusag Bridge in Cagayan underway’
BAGGAO, Cagayan: The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in Region 2 has started construction of the P486-million Abusag Bridge in Barangay San Jose to help villagers isolated during…READ
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NPA threatens to stop operation of power plants
ZAMBOANGA CITY: Communist rebels on Thursday warned they would paralyze and halt the operation of a coal-fired power plant three days after insurgents raided the facility in the southern Philippine…READ
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PMA entrance test set on August 25
ZAMBOANGA CITY: The qualifying examinations for the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) will be conducted on August 25 (Sunday) at the Western Mindanao Command (WestMinCom) Headquarters here and in 40 other…READ
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Village chief killed in Isabela ambush
SANTO TOMAS, Isabela: Barangay Bubug’s chief Manuel Ramento, 40, was killed while two others were wounded in an ambush on Wednesday before midnight perpetrated by still unidentified suspects, according police…READ
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Reconstruction of mount data hotel pushed
BAUKO, Mountain Province: Mayor Abraham Akilit has proposed the reconstruction of the historic Mount Data Hotel instead of the programmed rehabilitation and improvement of the government-owned accommodation facility. The mayor…READ
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Checkpoint to stop swine diseases set up
BALANGA City, Bataan: The provincial government on Thursday set up an animal quarantine checkpoint in Hermosa town to prevent entry of swine diseases. Dr. Alberto Venturina, provincial veterinarian, said they…READ
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‘PH growth to fall below 5%’
A reenacted 2020 national budget could drag Philippine economic growth to below 5 percent next year, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia warned on Thursday. “We will have a regressing economic…READ
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Carlo: You always want to do your best even if you’re not perfect
Carlo Aquino found himself in hot water lately, after Angelica Panganiban---who had earlier accused him of leading her on---said on Twitter that it would be "stupid" of her to work with the actor again in the future. But as much as he would like to avert his eyes from the scathing comments or negativity in his social media accounts, Carlo conceded that there's really no escaping those. "No matter how hard you try to avoid it, you will come across something, especially when they [bashers] are in the mood," he said when asked by the Inquirer how he handles the biting remarks he gets online. "I had tried disabling comments on my pages in the past, but turned it back on because the...Keep on reading: Carlo: You always want to do your best even if you’re not perfect
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July ‘hot money’ inflows hit $15M
FOREIGN portfolio investments reverted to the positive territory after $15.02 million of these flowed into the Philippines in July, data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) showed on Thursday….READ
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SC ruling on IRA a risk to economic growth
A Supreme Court (SC) ruling requiring increased transfers from the central government to local government units (LGU) by 2022 was tagged as a domestic risk to Philippine economic growth going…READ
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Cut CIT rate faster – biz chambers
TWO business chambers on Thursday offered contrasting views on the proposed Comprehensive Income Tax and Incentive Rationalization Act (Citira) bill — which seeks to lower corporate income taxes (CIT) and…READ
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Coal Asia, Ever Gotesco listed but not Phisix stocks
GT Capital Holdings Inc. increased its ownership in Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. (MBT) to 1,448,393,313, or 36.39 percent, from 1,447,016,063, or 36.36 percent after it bought additional MBT common…READ
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Technology to boost data security, privacy
The Philippines urged its neighboring countries to enhance data security and privacy through the use of technology amid the digital age during the first Association of Southeast Asian Nation (Asean)…READ
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Addy Raj: You can never stop reading, learning
Acting in Philippine show biz is the last thing Indian hunk Addy Raj imagined for himself, since he didn't exactly prepare for it when he was thrust into the limelight a few years ago. But, he's not going to argue with success. Regardless of his success in landing various acting and modeling gigs in the country, he is aware of the importance of education, even when circumstances ultimately steered him to another career path. Addy, who studied graphic and website design, recently told the Inquirer, "It was easier for me to learn how to edit videos and understand the technical side of my job." The actor, who starred in GMA 7's "Meant to Be" and "Sirkus," related that he ori...Keep on reading: Addy Raj: You can never stop reading, learning
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Local bourse down on POGO ban call
Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs) possibly withdrawing their real estate investments in the country following China’s call to ban their operations here dragged the stock market on Thursday. The benchmark…READ
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Sanchez’s release hangs
Former Calauan mayor Antonio Sanchez, who was meted seven life terms for rape and murder, might remain behind bars, after all. Bureau of Corrections Director Nicanor Faeldon said it is…READ
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Germany, PH seek to boost trade ties
The Philippines and Germany seek to intensify their bilateral trade  cooperation through the signing of the joint declaration of intent (JDoI) to establish the Joint Economic Commission (JEC). In a…READ
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Canada to stand up to China in HK row — PM
MONTREAL: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that Canada will stand up to China in a deepening diplomatic and trade spat, while renewing calls for de-escalation of Hong Kong protest tensions….READ
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LOTTO RESULT August 23, 2019
LOTTO RESULT August 23, 2019 – Draws for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto LOTTO RESULT August 23, 2019 – Here is the official result of the 6/42 Lotto and 6/49 Super Lotto draw for today,Friday, August 23, 2019. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office or more commonly known as PCSO got five major lotto games […] The post LOTTO RESULT August 23, 2019 appeared first on Philippine News.
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P1.165-million smuggled rice, cigarettes seized in Zamboanga
Smuggled rice from Panguturan, Sulu and boxes of cigarettes from Isabela City, Basilan with an estimated value of P1.165 million were seized from two vessels at a private wharf in Zamboanga City on Monday.
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Isabela village chief slain in ambush
A barangay captain was killed in an ambush in Sto. Tomas, Isabela on Wednesday.
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Probe Isabela road project, ombudsman asked
Former mayor Manuel Siquian of Angadanan, Isabela has filed a complaint with the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with an alleged anomalous road project in the province.
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Security firms urged: Surrender high-powered firearms
The Philippine National Police (PNP) will conduct Oplan Tokhang operations against security firms in possession of high-powered firearms.
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Grudge eyed in slay of Quezon vice mayor
A former bodyguard of Vice Mayor Sergio Francisco Emprese of San Andres, Quezon is a person of interest in the killing of the local official.
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Quezon City to sue operator of ‘illegal’ market
The Quezon City government is preparing a case against the private company that illegally operated a market under the Luzon Avenue flyover.
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Cardema faces new Comelec probe
Disqualified Duterte Youth party-list nominee Ronald Cardema may be the subject of a Commission on Elections (Comelec) investigation for alleged partisan political activities while serving as National Youth Commission (NYC) chairman.
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Southern Leyte vice governor summoned over rape raps
The Office of the Ombudsman has summoned Southern Leyte Vice Gov. Christopher Yap in connection with its investigation on a rape complaint filed against him by a 17-year-old in 2017.
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Martha Stewart plants rice in Pampanga
Making the most of her visit to the country, lifestyle guru Martha Stewart visited this province on Wednesday to plant rice.
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‘African swine fever caused pig deaths in Rizal’
The high pig mortality in three barangays in Rodriguez, Rizal was reportedly due to African swine fever (ASF).
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 ‘Wala akong inahas’ – Julia Barretto
      MANILA, Philippines --- Actress Julia Barretto denied being involved in former couple Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson's breakup, clarifying the latter was never and is not her boyfriend. "Hindi ko siya naging boyfriend and hindi ko siya boyfriend ngayon. Therefore, wala akong inagawan ng boyfriend, wala akong inahas at saka wala din akong nilandi," Barretto said, as seen in a video posted Thursday by ABS-CBN News Online. Barretto also put an end to speculations that Anderson courted her, but said the actor remains to be a good friend of hers. "Hindi ako nililigawan. Naniniwala ako na may tamang panahon at oras para sa mga bagay na ganyan. Nananat...Keep on reading:  ‘Wala akong inahas’ – Julia Barretto
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Go advises Sanchez to stop dreaming about leaving ‘safer’ New Bilibid Prison
    MANILA, Philippines -- Senator Bong Go has advised former mayor and rape-slay convict Antonio Sanchez of Calauan, Laguna to stop dreaming about leaving jail, saying that the New Bilibid Prison might be a safer place for him. "Mr Sanchez, 'wag ka nang mangarap na makalaya pa. Ipagpatuloy mo na lang pagbayaran ang mga kasalanan mo dyan sa loob, kaysa lumabas ka, baka umikli pa ang iyong buhay," Go told reporters at the Senate on Thursday. Reports came out on Tuesday that Sanchez was one of the over 10,000 inmates who could be released soon, after obtaining good conduct time allowance (GCTA) in accordance with Republic Act 10592. The former local executive w...Keep on reading: Go advises Sanchez to stop dreaming about leaving ‘safer’ New Bilibid Prison
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PDEA concerned over arrest of rappers involved in drugs
          MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) is concerned over the recent arrests of rappers allegedly involved in drugs.   PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino aired the concern in a statement on Thursday following the arrest of Arlny Dimabuyu or , a 21-year-old rap artist and vlogger.   Dimabuyu was arrested by joint elements of the PDEA Regional Office 3 (Central Luzon) and the local police in a buy-bust operation in front of a grill bar in Angeles City, Pampanga on August 18.   Confiscated from him during the operation were nine ecstasy tablets worth around P15,900, and a ...Keep on reading: PDEA concerned over arrest of rappers involved in drugs
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California school named after undocumented Fil-Am activist
  MOUNTAIN VIEW, California --- After seeing two schools close down in the city over the past 19 years,an elementary school named after a Filipino Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and immigration activist was officially opened in a dedication ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 15 attended by district officials, faculty and community members.   The newly built Jose Antonio Vargas Elementary School, which will initially offer kindergarten to 4th Grade due to district rezoning, is named after the undocumented Filipino American immigrant rights activist who has roots in Mountain View.   Vargas was thrust into national prominence when he revealed in 2011 that he was...Keep on reading: California school named after undocumented Fil-Am activist
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Downton cast reverse roles in Harper’s Bazaar shoot
Thanks to the Downton fans over at Harper's Bazaar, we get to see some of our favorite people in a fantasy fashion scenario. In this alternate universe photographed by Jason Bell, we see Anna in vermillion Valentino, flanked by chapeau boxes and such, and Daisy in the frothiest Dolce & Gabbana number, surrounded by cakes and pastries she didn't herself bake for once, while Lady Grantham and Lady Mary do the serving. https://www.instagram.com/p/B1YxlyJACKL/ https://www.instagram.com/p/B1ZR6G7APu1/ See the photos on Harper's Bazaar. Downton Abbey the movie is coming to theatres in September. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMkiSqBraD0...Keep on reading: Downton cast reverse roles in Harper’s Bazaar shoot
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Trump again claims he can end birthright citizenship
WASHINGTON--- President Donald Trump said Wednesday he was looking "very seriously" at ending the right to citizenship for babies born to non-U.S. citizens on American soil. Trump spoke to reporters as he departed the White House for a speech in Louisville, Kentucky. He said birthright citizenship was "frankly ridiculous." "We're looking at it very, very seriously," he said. This isn't the first time Trump has claimed he'd do away with it --- he said something similar in October. But the citizenship proposal would inevitably spark a longshot legal battle over whether the president can alter the long accepted understanding that the 14th Amendment grants citizenship to any ...Keep on reading: Trump again claims he can end birthright citizenship
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Fil-Am experts needed for pop-up art events in SF
  SAN FRANCISCO --- The minds behind the seasonal pop-up Filipino American night market Undiscovered SF are now preparing to apply their same formula to the cultural arts.   The nonprofit organization Kultivate Labs will be using pop-up events to gauge community needs and interest as part of their formula as they plan for a Filipino American cultural center in SOMA (South of Market) Pilipinas, the Fil-Am cultural district from 2nd to 11th Street bordered by Market and Brannan Streets.   The project is in collaboration with the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development, from which the group received a $275,000 grant. Asian Perinatal Advocates Fa...Keep on reading: Fil-Am experts needed for pop-up art events in SF
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Crowds packing New York PH Center’s summer film screenings
NEW YORK -- More than 170 film-goers packed the Aug. 8 screening of 12 short films featured during the second night of the Philippine Consulate General New York's Sinehan sa Summer 2019. Sinehan sa Summer 2019 runs every Thursday in August, at 6:30 p.m. at the Philippine Center. Admission is free. Indie film "Kung Paano Siya Nawala" is set to close the Sinehan sa Summer series on Aug. 29. The second night's 12 featured short films, all directed by Filipino and Filipino-American upcoming filmmakers, were Joey Agbayani's Lola; Carlo Francisco Manatad's Jodilerks Dela Cruz: Employee of the Month; Craig Nisperos' Mr. Immature;Jameelah Rose Lineses' Atareek; Gabby Malvar's Walis...Keep on reading: Crowds packing New York PH Center’s summer film screenings
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Of mass shootings and mental illness
"Mental illness and hatred pull the trigger, not the gun," Trump said, addressing the nation after a weekend's mass shootings where 22 lives were lost in El Paso, Texas, another that left nine dead in Dayton.   For someone who consistently treats science and data as nuisances, or ignorable, pointing the finger at mental illness and hatred is convenient.   This idea may well be whirling inside his head: How it is possible that someone can randomly kill two dozen strangers and not be mentally ill... can a healthy person do that?   A mental illness diagnosis is not always evidence of risk of violence toward other people. Fifty percent of Americans meet c...Keep on reading: Of mass shootings and mental illness
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Cignal ends Petron’s reign to barge into PSL All-Filipino finals
MANILA, Philippines--Something dramatic and movie-like happened on the way to the finals Thursday night. Petron, the two-time defending champion hoping to make its eight straight championships appearance, got ambushed by a hungry band of first-timers called Cignal HD. The HD Spikers, who have never been to a major conference finals, put up a giant-slaying performance to dethrone Blaze Spikers despite losing a two-sets-to-love advantage. It was as if the crown was already won as Cignal put the finishing touches on its thrilling 30-28, 25-21, 17-25, 23-25, 15-8 victory to make the finals of the Philippine Superliga All Filipino Conference. The rest of the HD Spikers, led by...Keep on reading: Cignal ends Petron’s reign to barge into PSL All-Filipino finals
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Sotto seeks review of law that sparked fear of Sanchez’s release
  MANILA, Philippines --- With the implementation of a law that would allow for the possible freedom of Antonio Sanchez "being put to the test," Senate President Vicente Sotto III has filed a resolution that would prompt appropriate Senate committees to review it. Under Senate Resolution No. 107, Sotto said that the implementation of Republic Act 10592 increasing the good conduct time allowance (GCTA) to prisoners "is now being put to the test by reason of the possible release of former Calauan, Laguna Mayor Antonio Sanchez." Sanchez was sentenced with a maximum penalty of seven reclusion perpetua, each equivalent to 40 years in prison for what Sotto described as "one o...Keep on reading: Sotto seeks review of law that sparked fear of Sanchez’s release
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Gilas women barge into Fiba 3×3 U18 quarters after splitting group stage games
MANILA, Philippines---Gilas women's team advanced to the quarterfinals after finishing 1-1 in the group stage of the Fiba 3x3 Under-18 Asia Cup Thursday at Palm Mall in Seremban, Malaysia. Gilas opened its campaign with a 19-8 thumping of Malaysia before suffering a narrow defeat to China, 16-14, in pool A. Camille Izabel Carin led the Filipinas nine points against the Malaysians and added four in the losing effort against the Chinese, who are on top of the Group with a 2-0 record. Kristine Cayabyab, meanwhile, scored six points in both of Gilas women's games in the preliminaries. Gilas will face the top team in Pool C that consists of Australia, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan ...Keep on reading: Gilas women barge into Fiba 3×3 U18 quarters after splitting group stage games
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For Celtics, USA World Cup camp is a preseason bonus
Red, white and blue. The colors of USA Basketball. Except this summer, green --- Celtics green, to be precise --- would work on that palette as well. The Boston Celtics will have at least three and possibly four players on the final 12-man roster that USA Basketball will take to China next week for the Fiba World Cup. So these Team USA practices have been a get-to-know-you bonus of sorts for new Celtics guard Kemba Walker and Boston teammates Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart. "It's pretty cool," Brown said. "It's a blessing, of course. I take it very seriously to be able to represent not only your family and Boston but the country. We take it serious, and we come ...Keep on reading: For Celtics, USA World Cup camp is a preseason bonus
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Sandiganbayan grants withdrawal of graft, usurpation cases vs Aquino over Mamasapano
The case stemmed from the January 25, 2015 operation in Mamasapano, Maguindanao.
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Para-rower dies after boat capsizes at world championships
LAUSANNE, Switzerland --- The governing body of rowing says para-rower Dzmitry Ryshkevich died after his boat capsized during training at the world championships in Austria. World Rowing cites a police statement that the flotation device on the 33-year-old Belarus athlete's boat had broken. Although Ryshkevich freed himself from the safety belts in the boat, he sank into the water near the Danube in Linz-Ottensheim on Wednesday as rescuers approached. Police say Ryshkevich's body was recovered from the murky, 2.4-meter (8-foot) deep water more than two hours later. Police say reasons for the broken equipment "are yet unknown and are currently under investigation." Ryshkev...Keep on reading: Para-rower dies after boat capsizes at world championships
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