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Pinays urged to undergo cervical cancer screening

Every year, more than 6,000 Filipino women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, a disease that is usually detected late because the affected women may have no obvious early signs and symptoms, according to health officials.

The Provincial Health Office recorded 24 new Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome cases in Ilocos Sur in 2016.

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Eating enough fruit and vegetables could be the secret to having attractive skin, according to a study released on Friday by researchers at the University of Newcastle in Australia.

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Diabetes sufferers might soon be able to take pills to treat their condition, rather than inject themselves with insulin, following ground-breaking research from Australian scientists.

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Hot and humid weather will prevail across the country throughout the week due to the persisting warm and moist easterly winds coming from the Pacific Ocean.

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Manila Mayor Joseph E. Estrada yesterday urged residents to take precautionary measures when going outdoors because of the increasing threat of heat stroke.

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