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This Is How Much Exercise You Need to Counteract an Entire Day of Sitting

Do you sit down all day, every day? Scientists have just figured out how much exercise you need to make up for it.
Work-from-home has its benefits, but the amount of time stuck indoors with no events, conferences, or even lunch breaks at the mall has amounted to hours upon hours of sitting down with little physical activity. Aside from threatening the shape of your
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The Pandemic Has Changed Our Bodies and That's Okay

"Health is so much more than a physical thing."
It's been close to a month since a social media firestorm was sparked by an advertisement advocating cosmetic fix-ups for bodily changes Filipinos are going through because of a so-called #PandemicEffect.Its messaging, which capitalized on the insight that stress caused by never-ending
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Here's the Real Reason Why Journaling Is Good for Your Mental Health

It's a healthy habit that can help you process your thoughts.
More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many have managed to find a semblance of “uncertain certainty”—partly adjusting, and partly ready to bolt at a moment’s notice. However, this whole situation isn’t normal, and being in a constant state of stress
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Inka Magnaye Gets Real About Her Struggles With PCOS

She was diagnosed with the condition at 18 years old.
Voice-over talent Inka Magnaye opens up about her experience with PCOS, a condition that affects a lot of women. It happens when you have an insulin-resistance gene; insulin is the hormone that controls sugar metabolism. Inka was diagnosed with PCOS when she
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Wearable Air Purifiers Won't Protect You Against COVID-19, Says DOH

No harm, but also no good.
The Department of Health on Monday advised against the "false security" of wearable or necklace air purifiers, as it offers no protection against COVID-19.When asked about the purifiers, DOH Usec. Rosette Vergeire said "The DOH do not recommend these air purifiers, eto
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Here's How Getting Botox Can Help Cure Your Migraines

Your ticket to creaseless skin may also be your ticket to a migraine-free life!
We've all heard of botox. It's a super popular solution for wrinkles, fine lines, and treating other medical conditions such as excessive sweating and muscle spasms, too.But did you know that botox can also help cure migraines? You read that right! If you're one
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Coleen Garcia’s Abs Are Showing Two Months After Giving Birth

“My body’s still recovering on the inside,” she tells Preview.
Coleen Garcia has always been #fitspo, and with good reason. It’s no secret that the actress has always been diligent about working out and conscientious with what she eats.TOP STORY: Heart Evangelista Shuts Down Netizens Who Told Her She Badly Needs to Have
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Denise Laurel Says "Let's Celebrate Growth" After Gaining 30 Pounds

She says she's ready to "reinvent" herself.
Denise Laurel is embracing the new body she has right now. She gloats, "Don't just Celebrate the Highs LETS CELEBRATE them thick thighs!!!! JOKE!!!"She jokes some more in her Instagram caption dated November 3, 2020: "Let's celebrate GROWTh even if it is
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Here's Why Ranting on Social Media Might Be Bad for You

Even health experts agree.
Rants aren’t anything new on social media. Some may say it’s a good avenue to blow off steam, especially when you feel like there’s nowhere else to place or channel your emotions. Not to mention the act may seem like an especially
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Here's How You Should Be Caring for Your Skin if You Work Nights

A dermatologist gives the lowdown on how to take care of your skin—and yourself.
Working through the night may be a preferred time for some, while for others, it's part and parcel of their job. While working at night has its benefits, less distractions and noise for one, the perks comes at a price—your biological clock
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This Local Essential Oils Kit Has the Remedies You Need Right Now

You can get the whole set for under P1500!
The last few years have seen a rise in the use of essential oils in skincare, hair care, wellness and more. But more than it being a trend, using plant-derived natural remedies is actually a centuries old tradition that has proven its
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Intermittent Fasting Isn't the Best Idea Right Now, Experts Say

If you haven't already picked up on that.
Many of us were still recovering from the Christmas season—in terms of working out and dieting, that is—when the coronavirus quarantine was announced. Yep, just like that, it's diet break season once again.If you're one of the better ones keeping the routine
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10 Fun No-Equipment Workouts You Can Do at Home

Don't worry, they're all beginner-friendly!
We know you’re probably tired of hearing every fitness instructor, life coach, and motivational IG post telling you this, but there are no excuses that can stop you from being fit and healthy. As proof, we round up 10 workouts you can
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A Doctor Sets the Record Straight About the Most Common COVID-19 Myths

Don't believe in hearsay. The coronavirus will NOT simply go away in the summer months.
The number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines has risen to 202, with a recorded 17 deaths as of Wednesday, March 18, according to the Department of Health. As more and more patients are diagnosed by the hour, a sense of rising panic
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Here's How You Can Boost Your Immune System at Home

Stay safe and healthy indoors!
Right now, social distancing is everyone's best bet for preventing COVID-19 infection. But while you're at it, why not take steps to boost your immune system, too? Not only will you feel more secure while staying at home, incorporating healthier habits will also
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How to Take Care of Your Mental Health Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

The situation is tough, but so are you.
Now that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is officially a pandemic, with 202 confirmed cases in the Philippines and an "enhanced community quarantine" in effect, people have been feeling all kinds of emotions: panic, fear, anxiety, to name a few. And we get it. Your