Kathryn Jalbuena

These are all our collected articles written by Kathryn Jalbuena, so have a look and enjoy your reading.

Dengvaxia News
Kathryn Jalbuena

Study Confirms Uninfected Children Vaccinated Against Dengue Face Greater Risk

Kids who never had dengue but were given a dengue vaccine created by pharmaceutical company Sanofi are at higher risk from severe dengue.A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) on Wednesday, June 13, analyzed the data and found that, if...

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Philippine Holidays In 2018
Kathryn Jalbuena

List Of Philippine Holidays In 2018 And What They Mean For Your Payslip

You know it's a good year when you get more days off on top of the 18 national public holidays declared at the onset of year.June 15, 2018 has just been proclaimed a national holiday in observance of Eid’l Fitr. We're talking about a long payday weekend righ...

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Extreme Sports Activities Worldwide
Kathryn Jalbuena

5 Extreme Sports Activities Around The World For The Adventurous Tourist

Travel is all about seeing new sights and experiencing new things.While there’s something to be said for leisurely strolls looking at natural and man-made landmarks, quiet meals of exotic foods, and museum tours, sometimes you need something a bit more extre...

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Telecommuting Act 2017
Kathryn Jalbuena

Telecommuting Act: House Approves 'Work-From-Home' Bill On Final Reading

The dream of avoiding the daily commute and working conveniently at home is now closer to a reality for the average Filipino worker.The House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill that will give Filipino employees the option to work from home.Hous...

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NAIA Closure
Kathryn Jalbuena

Department Of Transport Sees NAIA Closing In 10 Years

In 10 years, Manila’s Ninoy Aquino National Airport (NAIA) could be shutting its hangers for good.According to Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade, NAIA’s remaining lifespan is only about 10 years."NAIA will not last forever because it is presently situated ...

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Train Law on Fuel
Kathryn Jalbuena

Will Fuel Excise Taxes Be Suspended Amid Price Hikes? Not Really, Says The DOF

The government is prepared to suspend the fuel excise tax if the global price of oil hits $80 a barrel. However, according the Department of Finance, a total suspension is not possible.On Tuesday this week, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said during a pres...

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Things Only People With OFW Relatives Can Relate To
Kathryn Jalbuena

Things Only People With OFW Relatives Can Relate To

The circumstances of an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)—why they left, where they went, and what they do—may vary, but one thing they all have in common: They’ve left someone behind in the Philippines.For the brother, sisters, mothers, fathers, titos, tit...

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ADB Sees Further Growth in Philippines
Kathryn Jalbuena

No 'Overheating': ADB Sees Further Growth For The Philippine Economy

The Philippine economy is set to grow faster in the years ahead, according to the Asian Development Bank (ADB).Contrary to an earlier prediction by the World Bank, the ADB doesn’t see any danger of the Philippine economy overheating. Instead, according to AD...

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Grab Alternatives
Kathryn Jalbuena

5 Grab Alternatives And How Much Each Will Cost You

With Uber relinquishing its Southeast Asian business to Grab, many ride-hailing app users fear the implications of having to depend on just one company for their transportation needs. Hence, the birth of Grab alternatives.The virtual monopoly that the transpor...

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Mushroon Picker in Canada
Kathryn Jalbuena

Yes, You Can Earn P150,000 From Being A Mushroom Picker In Canada, But There Is A Catch

Tired of your stressful office job? Why not become a mushroom picker in Canada? You’ll earn around P150,000 a month; just don’t believe reports that it’s a quick way to become a permanent Canadian resident.Social media blew up recently with the news that...

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