May 24, 2018: ***DepEd Bohol Division's School Governance and Operations Division Chief, Desiderio Deligero made a reminder that public school students who lack requirements and have outstanding balances in their tuition should still be allowed to enroll during the upcoming school year and the children's parents or guardians are only required to officially assure the schools of their payment. *** At least 10 house owners living near the shoreline in Barangay Doljo, Panglao face demolition of their residences after these were found to be within the town's 20-meter easement zone. Panglao Mayor Perdo Fuertes said the owners of the residential structures were also given notices of violation by the DENR.

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Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Apprehensive over carabeef? It is healthy food, says PCC

TAGBILARAN CITY, May 2 (PIA)--A common fare among Boholano fiesta banquets, the carabeef or carabao meat (buffalo meat) in the "sabaw sa kabaw" is a healthy food, unlike what many people believe. 

Traditionally pinpointed to as a cause of toothaches and joint pains especially for people recuperating from sprains, carabeef has been wrongly associated with these maladies, maybe because the carabao from where the meat was sourced out may have been too old, sickly or overburdened, assumes Philippine Carabao Center at the Ubay Stock Farm (PCC-USF) Center Director Dr. Caro Salces. 

Speaking at the Kapihan sa PIA in time to possibly dispel the myths and wrong beliefs that carabao meat is bad meat, the carabao authority in Bohol in fact stressed: carabeef is considered by many as a health food. 

Affleap.com, in one of its articles claimed carabeef is safe to eat even by people with heart problems and those who are allergic to red meat. 

In fact, research proves that carabao meat contains less calories, less fat and cholesterol than most meats, including poultry, thus the meat is good dieters and athletes. 

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