Huge Asteroid Apophis Flies By Earth on Friday the 13th in 2029. A Lucky Day for Scientists | Space

Planetary defense specialists and asteroid scientists are already looking forward to a 2029 close approach of a relatively large asteroid called Apophis.
— À lire sur www.space.com/asteroid-apophis-2029-flyby-planetary-defense.html

A capsule tricks your stomach into feeling full; could it treat obesity?

A new capsule was recently cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help adults who are overweight or obese shed some pounds when used along with diet and exercise, according to the biotechnology company Gelesis, which developed the product.
— À lire sur cnnphilippines.com/lifestyle/2019/4/30/obesity-weight-loss-capsule-plenity-gelesis.html

Measles cases in Cordillera going down: DOH | Philippine News Agency

BAGUIO CITY — An official of the Department of Health (DOH) in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) on Wednesday said there is a gradual decrease in measles cases for the past few weeks in the region. »Although measles cases this year increased more than last year, yet basing on our epidemic…
— À lire sur www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1068661

Potential antidote discovered for world’s most venomous sea creature, the box jellyfish

Researchers at the University of Sydney say they have discovered a potential antidote for the sting of the world’s most venomous sea creature: the Australian box jellyfish.
— À lire sur www.cnnphilippines.com/world/2019/5/1/Box-jellyfish-antidote-Australia.html

First Americans: 15,600-Year Old South American Footprint Makes History | Inverse

On Wednesday in « PLOS One » a team of South American scientists announced they found the oldest human footprint in the Americas. It was found at a site called Pilauco in northwestern Patagonia and is estimated to be 15,600 years old. They believe an ancient, 155 pound man left the print.
— À lire sur www.inverse.com/amp/article/55366-ancient-human-footprint-south-america

Huge Asteroid Apophis Flies By Earth on Friday the 13th in 2029. A Lucky Day for Scientists | Space

Planetary defense specialists and asteroid scientists are already looking forward to a 2029 close approach of a relatively large asteroid called Apophis.
— À lire sur www.space.com/asteroid-apophis-2029-flyby-planetary-defense.html

Bucks avoid Game 1 repeat, dominate 3rd in win

Reminded of their third-quarter collapse in Game 1, the Bucks stepped on the gas pedal with a 24-2 run to end the third and won Game 2 123-102 to even their series with the Celtics.
— À lire sur tv5.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26644411/bucks-avoid-game-1-repeat-dominate-3rd-win

Which Artists Have Won The Most Billboard Music Awards?

There have been many artists who a ton of awards under their belts, but only a few have been able to lead the pack with the most Billboard awards ever won.
— À lire sur https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/which-artists-have-won-the-most-billboard-music-awards.html/

First Gen to break ground on US$1.0-B LNG terminal project » Manila Bulletin Business

After years of pre-development works, the planned US$1.0- billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal project of First Gen Corporation will finally break ground as targeted by the end of this month – and such also signals for it moving subsequently into construction phase.
— À lire sur business.mb.com.ph/2019/05/01/first-gen-to-break-ground-on-us1-0-b-lng-terminal-project/

Facebook Dating feature rolls out in 14 new countries, including the Philippines, today | Coconuts Manila

Facebook Dating feature rolls out in 14 new countries, including the Philippines, today | Coconuts Manila
— À lire sur coconuts.co/manila/lifestyle/facebook-dating-feature-rolls-out-in-14-new-countries-including-the-philippines-today/

Bank lending up 9.9%; money supply (M3) at P11.4 T in March » Manila Bulletin Business

Big banks’ outstanding loans grew by 9.9 percent year-on-year in March, a slower pace of growth than February’s 13.7 percent, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said.
— À lire sur business.mb.com.ph/2019/05/01/bank-lending-up-9-9-money-supply-m3-at-p11-4-t-in-march/

Rage, hope as Venezuelan soldiers join anti-Maduro protests

‘We’re also people and we’re fed up with this dictatorship,’ said one of the soldiers backing 35-year-old Venezuela’s National Assembly leader Juan Guaido
— À lire sur amp.rappler.com/world/regions/latin-america/229379-rage-hope-venezuelan-soldiers-join-anti-maduro-protests-may-2019

Cyprus toxic lake scoured as probe into killings of 4 Filipinas, 3 others continues | Inquirer Globalnation

Cyprus toxic lake scoured as probe into killings of 4 Filipinas, 3 others continues | Inquirer Globalnation
— À lire sur globalnation.inquirer.net/175038/cyprus-toxic-lake-scoured-as-probe-into-killings-of-4-filipinas-3-others-continues/amp

Japan’s new emperor Naruhito to ascend Chrysanthemum Throne | ABS-CBN News

TOKYO, Japan – Japan’s new emperor Naruhito will on Wednesday formally take over the Chrysanthemum Throne following his father’s historic abdication from the world’s oldest monarchy that swept in a new imperial era.

— À lire sur news.abs-cbn.com/life/05/01/19/japans-new-emperor-naruhito-to-ascend-chrysanthemum-throne