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Treating Panic Disorder
Treating Panic Disorder
Panic disorder is where you have recurring and regular panic attacks, often for no apparent reason. Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety and panic at certain times during their lifetime. It’s a natural response to stressful or dangerous situations. However [read more]
Destructive Fishing is Widespread in Southeast Asia
Destructive Fishing is Widespread in Southeast Asia
The use of cyanide to stun and capture live coral reef fish began in the 1960s in the Philippines to supply the growing market for aquarium fish in Europe and North America, a market now worth more than $200 million a year. Since the late 1970s, the poison has also [read more]
Publisher’s Page, Deep Sea Problem
Publisher’s Page, Deep Sea Problem
By Romy Sia
With over 7,100 islands, the Philippines has the world's longest discontinuous coastline. Fishing in the Philippines is more than an industry; it is a way of life for over a million Filipinos who are engaged in marine fishing. Of these, an estimated 800,000 are sma [read more]
If You Eat Tuna, You Should Know These 5
If You Eat Tuna, You Should Know These 5
By Willie Mackenzie
Tuna are wild animals, but many people simply understand them as food. Using the shorthand ‘tuna’ can be a bit confusing, as it tends to cover a whole family of species, from the relatively small and widespread skipjack, right up to the majestic and bele [read more]
The Pros and Cons of Fish Farming
The Pros and Cons of Fish Farming
Fish farming—aquaculture—has been practiced for hundreds of years, from Pre-Columbian fish traps in the Amazon basin to carp ponds on ancient Chinese farms. Today aquaculture produces a wide variety of both freshwater and saltwater fin fish, crustaceans, [read more]