After UAAP, what's next for Gretchen Ho?

MANILA, Philippines – Ateneo Lady Spiker Gretchen Ho, who had her final playing year in the last UAAP season, said she is torn between two career paths.

Tired of the beach? Try camping

Tired of going to the beach every summer? Try something different this year and go camping with your family and friends.

Louvre Museum shuts for day as guards protest pickpockets

PARIS, France - Tourists caught no glimpse of the Mona Lisa, Winged Victory or Venus de Milo on Wednesday due to a one-day closure of the Louvre, as guards protested that pickpockets were rampant at the world's most visited museum.

Study finds no fertility drug, ovarian cancer link

NEW YORK - Despite lingering concerns that using fertility drugs might raise a woman's chances for later developing ovarian cancer, new research suggests the drugs don't contribute any added risk.

Producers, ousted director of Broadway's 'Spiderman' settle dispute

The producers of Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" have reached a settlement with Julie Taymor, the musical's ousted director and co-author, in a copyright dispute stemming from the show's troubled debut, the parties said on Wednesday. 

'Fried halo-halo' a hit in La Union

Rodeo festival sa Masbate umarangkada na. Tikman naman ang patok na panghimagas sa San Fernando, La Union ang ginataan at fried halo-halo. Iyan ang patok na balita ni Jose Carretero. Bandila, Abril 10, 2013, Miyerkules

Rachelle Ann Go takes on 2nd Disney role

MANILA -- Rachelle Ann Go is going from "swimming to swinging" as she takes on her second role in a Disney musical after "The Little Mermaid."

Test-tube baby pioneer Robert Edwards dies

LONDON, United Kingdom - British scientist Robert Edwards, who was awarded a Nobel prize for his pioneering work in developing in vitro fertilisation (IVF), died on Wednesday aged 87, his university announced. 

How to avoid, treat summer diseases

Summer is here, and so are the diseases associated with the season. Here are some ways on how to avoid and treat summer diseases. 

Musicals strike upbeat note in US, UK

A slate of new musicals has given the two major international theater districts, New York's Broadway and London's West End, an upbeat start to 2013 despite economic weakness curbing the spending power of theater fans.