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ASEAN Mulls More Wetlands As Heritage Parks

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations plans to have more wetlands in Asia to serve as heritage parks to boost conservation efforts in the ecosystem.

Golden State Warriors Return To White House As NBA Champs

After winning the 2022 NBA championship, United States President Joe Biden invited the Golden State Warriors to the White House to celebrate their victory.

White House: Biden To Deliver State Of Union Address On February 7

After accepting House Speaker Kevin McCarty's invitation, US President Joe Biden will deliver his State of the Union address on February 7.

PH Supports Fil-Am Nurses’ Call For Better Work Conditions In New York

The consulate general of the Philippines in New York accords with Filipino-American nurses to have adjustments on their wages and working conditions.

Australian Open 2023 Open To Players Without Covid Tests

Tennis Australia's head recently affirmed that the Australia Open 2023 does not require its players to undergo Covid-19 tests to participate in the competition.

Ozone Layer’s Recovery On Track, Averting 0.5C Temperature Hike

The United Nations Environment Programme announced that the Earth's ozone layer is gradually beginning to regenerate, recognizing the efforts to phase out damaging chemicals worldwide.

FDA Approves New Alzheimer’s Drug That Appears To Slow Illness

The United States Food and Drug Administration confirmed that a newly discovered drug can now slow down the growth of Alzheimer's disease.

Int’l Labor Organization: Flexible Working Hours Help Work-Life Balance, Productivity

The International Labor Organization states that fewer workdays and flexible hours benefit the employees' health and work-life balance.

Job Openings In US Held Nearly Steady In November

The United States Labor Department reported that after reaching high levels in November 2022, the number of job opportunities in the nation is now anticipated to stay stable.

WHO Hopes Covid Will No Longer Be Global Health Emergency In 2023

The World Health Organization expects to declare Covid-19 no longer a global health emergency for the upcoming year.

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