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According to Manulife Philippines.
In an ideal world, we'd all be true to our word. But, no, we're not living in one... not even close. Take for instance a new survey by insurance company Manulife Philippines where 63 percent of respondents said they prioritized their health.Top Story: Want to Move to ...
 
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Here, we've put together a list of famously fit celebrity couples who look good and work out together.
Sometimes, the stars (no pun intended) align and hot, rich, and famous people end up dating—or, in some cases, marrying—each other. Let's be real: We love to see it because it's weirdly satisfying to see attractive people live happily ever after (AKA every ...
 
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If you think skipping sleep every now and then isn't that bad, you thought wrong.
Let's face it. We all take sleep for granted. And, we get it. There's just something about staying up late sometimes that's just so fun. We're here to tell you that it could be ruining your happiness, though.Top Story: The Untold Story of ...
 
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Aside from face masks, 43 percent Filipinos were recorded to own face shields.
Surprise, surprise: The Philippines has ranked third when it comes to wearing face masks.Top Story: Jordan Clarkson Reacts to Jalen Rose Waving a Walis on ESPNThe study, conducted by finance and technology website Finder, included a poll of 2,009 Filipinos, which revealed that 87 ...
 
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Why does it always have to be junk food and not salad? 
In the latest blow to cheeseburgers, pizza, fries, potato chips, and everything worth living for, a new study has revealed regularly eating junk food causes you to age faster, and no amount of facial cream or moisturizer can reverse that. Why does it ...
 
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Try working in the same spot every day.
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'Yung decision-making ko ang tagal, but at the end of the day, it's still my profession.'
The COVID-19 pandemic has really taken a toll on the economy, leaving a huge number of Filipinos unemployed. According to reportr, in April 2020, the Philippine Statistics Authority measured unemployment at 17.7 percent—resulting in 7.3 million jobless adults.In the travel industry, Madel ...
 
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And it's already been sold.
For the bargain price of $1.5 million (approximately P73.4 million), you can purchase the most expensive face mask in the world. And before you ask, yes, that's just for one face mask.Top Story: The Interesting Story of Silahis (or Grand Boulevard Hotel), And ...
 
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Go local.
With the economy down, it’s important now more than ever to support local. Face shields are in high demand and low supply, and it looks like Filipino farmers from Mindanao have the solution to our woes.Top story: Watch Your Grammar: 28 Most Interchanged ...
 
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Well, this one's obvious.
Today in obvious news: Mo' money, mo' health problems. According to a study by the European Society of Cardiology, working men with higher incomes are more likely to develop hypertension. All over the world, more than one billion people have high blood pressure. It's the ...
 
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Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. can now manufacture low-cost breathing aids.
Filipinos have been prompting the government to advocate locally made products—from testing kits to PPEs—amid the fight against COVID-19. This solution does not only make sure that our healthcare sector saves on costs, but also fuels our manufacturing industry.In response to this ...
 
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Face shields over face masks.
Face shields will be required in all forms of public transportation from Aug. 15, the Department of Transportation said in a memorandum released Wednesday. The face shields will be on top of face masks. The Philippines is addressing fast-rising COVID-19 infections that forced the reimposition of ...
 
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Catharine graduated with a bachelor's in Biology and a master's in Genetics.
In the past few months, we've seen several people exert efforts and help in the fight against COVID-19. Filipinos celebrities have raised funds, Filipinos flight attendants have donated healthcare essentials to those in need, and of course, there are the Filipino medical frontliners who ...
 
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Good news for those six feet and below.
Being tall has always been socially desirable. That's not to say that having your height in check is advantageous in every way. A new study says people who are over six feet tall are twice as likely to contract COVID-19.Top Story: Breaking Bad: The ...
 
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That said, being happy and jolly all the time doesn't mean you'll live longer.
Let us be the first ones to say that always looking at the bright side of life is harder than it sounds. It's why tons of people choose to be pessimistic instead. Science says that being too negative is bad for your health, however.A new ...
 
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An informed opinion from an infectious diseases doctor and molecular biologist on what’s going on.
There are a lot of mixed messages going around again as to whether the pandemic is better, worse, or something in between. We’re also comparing countries with widely different populations, resources, demographics, and dynamics. All these are happening while the virus continues ...
 
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Despite easing lockdowns, Filipinos still don't want to risk getting COVID-19.
Despite claims the pandemic continues to spread in the Philippines due to the lack of discipline in Filipinos, a new report from the Social Weather Station has found this is not the case.In the results released today, July 24, the SWS found that ...
 
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Or, at the very least, selfies influence your mood.
Instagram is popular for a reason. It's fun, visual, and relatively easy to use. There's a lot more to it than we know, it seems, as researchers say sharing selfies makes us happer. Or, at the very least, influences our mood.Top Story: Transwoman Billionaire ...
 
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How to emotionally and mentally deal with losing your job.
Thousands if not millions have lost or might soon lose their jobs as a result of the pandemic, creating an economic and social problem for Filipinos. A deeper look into the numbers and statistics will tell you a story of greater struggle—the ...
 
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Or, at the very least, slow it down.
It's a known fact that exercise is good for you. No matter how much we're told that it is, most of us haven't taken the step to be more active to receive exercising's well-known benefits. A new study might just change that, however, because apparently ...
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