A group of doctors specializing in the treatment of cancers warned the public on Friday about several herbal food supplements advertising as replacements for traditional cancer treatment, such as radio and chemotherapy.
A technical problem and a bird caught inside a power station caused two sudden power interruptions Sunday, says the Davao Light and Power Company.
The Davao Light and Power Co. announced Thursday, Mar. 23 that they will conduct two 15-minute power interruptions on March 26 and March 27 affecting the city’s major areas.
The Department of Trade and Industry warned consumers of the 12 types of scam activities during Christmas season.
Gabriela Rep. Emmi De Jesus said repealing the Emergency Power Industry Reform Act would “provide affordable electricity for Filipino consumers which can be met by reversing the privatization of state power assets.”
Days before the observance of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day, the Davao Light and Power Company will implement a 15-minute power interruptions on October 29 and 31.
A high ranking official from the Department of Energy urged consumers to use power efficiently to mitigate the recurring power crisis.
In a resolution passed Tuesday, owners of food establishments are encouraged to include brown rice in their menu in line with the agriculture department’s #BROWN4good challenge.
This city is set to implement the Halal ordinance in October, Councilor Halila Y. Sudagar, the chairperson of the committee on cultural communities and Muslim affairs, has announced.
Three organic farm restaurants can now claim that their products are 100 percent organically grown and produce after receiving the Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) organic certication.