An environmental group has raised the alert on toxic art materials following its purchase of crayon and watercolor sets that have been previously verified by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as containing heavy metals.
The City Health Office (CHO) has confirmed that the diarrhea outbreak since July 15 is due to contaminated foods consumed by the victims.
The diarrhea outbreak in this city’s Toril District already claimed the lives of three persons, first a minor, then a senior citizen, and recently a teacher.
Shop cashiers here are worried to learn from a recent study that says chemical toxins harmful to humans are found in thermal receipts used in establishments including the ones they hand out day by day.
The local chapter of Philippine Mental Health Association (PMHA) rallies anew for a massive awareness campaign on the proper handling of mental health issues commonly experienced by any individual within the family or in the community.
An environmental group has expressed alarm over the unabated sale of beauty products reported to be laced with a toxic element.
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has become a “silent epidemic” at the time when the country battles with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The Davao City-based Parents Against Vape (PAV) and other groups appealed to President Rodrigo Duterte to veto a bill that allowed the sale of vape products to young people.
The National Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID-19 has placed the city under enhanced community quarantine effective July 16 until July 31 to avert the spur of COVID-19 infection.
The head of the Southern Philippine Medical Center Davao Region’s main center for COVID-19 care, denied earlier reports that the hospital is seeing an average of five nurses resigning every day amid the surge of COVID-19 cases.