Fifth Facility of Metro Dental Opened for the Public

Fifth Facility of Metro Dental Opened for the PublicThe fifth branch of the Metro Dental clinics opened up at the Makati Central Business District today. Speaking at the inauguration of the new facility, its Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Dr. Steve Mark Gan, questioned whether anyone truly liked visiting a dentist.

Bikram Choudhry, the Yoga Guru of Manila, Holds Yoga Seminar

Bikram Choudhry, the Yoga Guru of Manila, Holds Yoga SeminarFriday was a first for a lot of people who admire Bikram Choudhury, the founder of Bikram Yoga studios, which dot a lot of locations across Manila. Apparently, people practising at his centers were provided with the opportunity of meeting and listening to the man who brought yoga to the city.

Google executive 'missing' after he joined Egypt protests

Google executive 'missing' after he joined Egypt protestsGoogle executive Wael Ghonim has reportedly gone missing after he joined tumultuous protests against the Egyptian government.

A report published in the Wall Street Journal claims that Wael Ghonim, who was serving Google as head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa, has been missing since Friday last week.

Osteoporosis, An Incurable Disease

Osteoporosis, An Incurable DiseaseOsteoporosis is a disease anyone can get. It is not age defined. Even a 25-year-old can get this deadly disease.

In this disease, a bone becomes fragile and begins to wear away. The strength is lost. If a 25 years old gets the feeling of wearing of bones, then the person should immediately contact a doctor. If anyone gets osteoporosis in senior age, then it is incurable.

Strong Weather Forced Flu-Carrying Birds to Fly South

Strong Weather Forced Flu-Carrying Birds to Fly SouthAn extreme of climatic conditions has forced flu carrying birds to fly south. This has been suspected with the onset of the avian flu in Japan. This news report has been confirmed by the ornithologists.

Discovery returns to launch pad for final flight to ISS

Discovery returns to launch pad for final flight to ISSNASA's space shuttle Discovery on Monday returned to the launch pad for its final flight to the ISS. Discovery's 39th and final launch has bee scheduled for February 24 at 4:50 p. m. EST.

It is the second time that Discovery has returned to the launch pad. Project managers at NASA were repeatedly forced to postpone Discovery's launch because of cracks in its external fuel tank.

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