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Doctor's new order: no limes, no coconuts
Prices for limes and coconuts are up, thanks to bad weather and more demand.
Tradition of Filipino care packages aids typhoon relief
Many Filipinos send care packages back home, even in good times.
Life in the Philippines and the cycle of disaster
Typhoons beat on the Philippines regularly, destroying roads, bridges and buildings in an already poor country.
Growing Philippines economy may speed recovery
The Philippines does have an important longer-term asset: The underlying strength of its economy.
Typhoon Haiyan: Filipinos in U.S. rush to aid homeland
The extensive Filipino community here in the U.S. is rushing to the aid of its typhoon-struck homeland with grass-roots fundraising initiatives.