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Heroin is derived from morphine, a natural substance that can be taken from opium poppy plants. While opiates can be used medically for severe pain, they can be very addictive when used compulsively and improperly. This is primarily the reason why the federal government classified them as Schedule I narcotic. Heroin appears to be a […]

Educational wallpaper for children, or fototapety dla dzieci, provides extensive learning opportunities for your kids while decorating their bedroom. Nowadays, you don’t have to rely on playbooks to memorize letters or numbers when there are educational wallpapers available. Decorations for kid’s bedroom have revolutionized in the past few years. There are a lot of designers […]

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Shaping is a very powerful positive reinforcement that you should include in your dog’s training. It is a strategy which rewards certain behaviors of your dog to increase the chances that they will happen again. According to an online dog trainer review, you have been practicing “shaping” in your daily life without even realizing it. […]

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When you ask people why they exercise, they’d probably answer you the benefits of controlling or preventing certain diseases and feeling good; which is true, but… Do you know that exercising is also good for our skin? Yes that is true. However, a buildup of sweat may clog our pores, causing skin breakouts. Moreover, touching […]

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As a business, you’d want to be connected with your client base in one way or another. Therefore, you need to look for ways that would keep them interested and engaged in your latest activities, such as telling them about your latest promos and products. You may also send them helpful and entertaining content. Social […]

Pursuant to the powers vested in it by the Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines, the Omnibus Election Code (B.P. Blg. 881), Republic Act No. 6646, 7166, 8189, 8436, 9189 and other election laws, the Commission on Elections RESOLVED to prescribe as it hereby prescribes the following Calendar of Activities and Periods of Prohibited […]

The following is an excerpt from the PCIJ’s latest book, Cockfight, Horserace, Boxing Match (Why Elections are Covered as Sport): Lessons Learned from the 2004 Campaign Coverage. The book examines why election coverage in the Philippines tends to be superficial and focused on conflict. Surveys get a disproportionate amount of media attention. So do the […]

ONLINE media provided comprehensive coverage of the 2007 elections and served as a “perfect complement” to traditional media by providing a thorough discussion of important issues that were not given enough information by the latter. This was a key finding of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) in its final report on the […]

ASIDE from a few sentences on election reform, poll fraud was not tackled during President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s state of the nation address. Yet Halalang Marangal is adamantly keeping the issue alive. Halal’s fourth audit report concludes that “there were statistical and circumstantial evidence indicating that the results from Maguindanao were fraudulent, yet these were accepted […]