2 girls in suspected 'red tide poisoning'
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Two girls from Sitio Bat-os, Barangay San Ramon, Pilar, Capiz were rushed to the hospital for suspected paralytic shellfish poisoning. The sisters were three and five years old, according to the Provincial Health Office (PHO) of Capiz. On Tuesday, the siblings experienced weakness of the body and extremities.
Mijares, R. J. ( 2015, October 30). 2 girls in suspected 'red tide poisoning'. Panay News, pp. 1, 23.
Red tides; Paralytic shellfish poisoning; Public health; Biological poisons; Shellfish; Human food; Fishery regulations; Livelihoods; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Provincial Health Office (PHO); University of the Philippines-National Poison Management and Control Center; Bantay Dagat; Philippine National Police (PNP); Altavas, Ayr; Patricio, Gideom Ike
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