Cozy living from shipping containers

August 15, 2020
The interiors are kept lit and breezy to manifest the feeling of spaciousness. The house gets lots of natural sunlight given the wide windows. Size of furniture are similar to condo living. There’s sleeping loft in the back, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a mini-split type air condition. The exterior features black-framed windows, cedar accents, cedar post and deck style.

DOH recalibrates approach to contain COVID-19

August 06, 2020
They say the only way to win the war is to know exactly the enemy, thus the Department of Health through Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire and other health stakeholders called on the public to be the solution to the problem as they recalibrated their approach to combat COVID-19 in the next two weeks during the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ).

How often should you have sex

July 27, 2020
YOU may find it funny, it may be also awkward to ask your partner during your quality time how often one should have sex? It’s not about testing your partner’s fidelity but we all know that sex has health benefits particularly on physical and emotional aspects. It can help reduced risk of heart disease and improved self-esteem.

Up your guard against deadly Dengue virus

July 27, 2020
According to the official data of the Department of Health, a total of 271,480 caszes were reported from January 1 to August 31, 2019 which is 95 percent higher compared to the same period in 2018 with Region 6 having the highest cases with 45, 345 infection and 201 reported deaths.

FDA warns public against ‘violative’ products

July 20, 2020
The FDA said they made verification through post-marketing surveillance on these food items and found that they were not registered and the Certificate of Product Registration (CPR) have not yet been issued in violation of the Republic Act No. 9711 or the “Food and Drug Administration Act of 2009”,

How To Help Your Kids Eat Healthy Food

July 09, 2020
* Give them freedom. Giving them freedom does not mean to let them eat any food they want. Freedom to prepare their food would make them less choosy or picky. Of course you have to supply the healthy ingredients they need so it would instill in their minds that healthy cooking is much better than buying from fastfood restaurants.

Foods that give you sleepless nights

July 06, 2020
Adjusting to the “new normal” would take a while to adapt to the situation as the virus continue to infect individuals. Emotional distress being experienced by many workers aside from those with health conditions can affect their quality of sleep.

Your guide to optimal dosage of vitamins, minerals

June 29, 2020
DURING this coronavirus pandemic, people are always looking for ways to improve their well-being. Observing proper health protocols like wearing of facemasks in public, washing or sanitizing hands regularly and following the one-meter social distancing would help prevent the spread of the virus.

How to cope with post-lockdown life

May 30, 2020
• Go on with your modified routine. Because we need to make some changes under “new normal”, try to get back on some of your routine. Start getting used to the sounds of the outside world again. As starter, do some exercise – jogging or walking around your neighborhood before you go to the office. Your body will appreciate the exercise if you’ve not been keeping active and will burn up any excess adrenaline that your anxious body might be producing.

Preventing Migraine Under New Normal

May 28, 2020
During a virtual media briefing, Dr. Corina Maria Socorro A. Macalintal, consultant neurologist at the Asian Hospital and Medical Center, said migraine sufferers (especially those who experience episodic migraine up to 14 migraine days each month) may grow anxious due to the overlap of migraine and COVID-19 symptoms.

Spices Help Reduce Fats in Meals

May 26, 2020
Nutritionists found that coriander, cumin, thyme and parsley help counteracts some of the harmful effects of high-fat meals. Adding even one teaspoon of these spices to a recipe can have anti-inflammatory benefits, reducing the risk of cancer, diabetes or heart disease.