Monthly Archives: November 2011

Another test for Aquino

By Val G. Abelgas THE TIMING was suspicious, but the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court to order the distribution of some 4,915 hectares of land in what is known as the

Gov’t must help agrarian reform farmer beneficiaries

By Joel P. Longares THE decision of the Supreme Court to order the Hacienda Luisita in Tarlac to distribute the 4,860 hectares of land belonging to the powerful Cojuangco clan to the

How to prevent skin aging

By Malu Fernandez As we get older our skin like our bodies begin to change, though some signs of aging may be more apparent than others. Some are due to genetics and

Healthy mouth equals healthy body

A HEALTHY mouth is a properly cared for mouth.  The teeth, gums, lips, cheeks, palate, tongue and other structures in the mouth are disease-free.  There is no impairment of function and no

Economics guru predicts Obama would lose

By Frank Wenceslao I HAD an enlightening conversation with a friend from U.P. who stopped over in LA on the way home. After years with the World Bank he’s now with a

Catanduanes: The island gem

ADVENTUROUS surfers, nature lovers and those who seek serenity and just plain rest can find them all in the province of Catanduanes, truly an island paradise. Catanduanes, which comes from the word