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Tag: health and wellness
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
"I was genuinely afraid I would die, because that is what it felt like.”
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it had been reported that the eldery and those with underlying health conditions are the most prone to the virus. This led to the early conclusion that perfectly healthy younger people had less to worry
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
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
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
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
Here are the best tips to stop overeating right now.
It happens to the best of us. You're stuck at home because of the community quarantine; you're bored or idle and you decide to open your refrigerator for a quick fix. A big fat scoop of ice cream? Or a thick sandwich?
Bring on the bacon.
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Yep, according to the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. A new study by medical organization says a simple bagel isn't enough, however. In fact, a big breakfast is the