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Do you work from home? Take note!
Now that majority of universities and colleges have transitioned to online classes to adapt to the new normal brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, students will be once again stuck in front of their computer screens for extended periods of time. Since
"They no longer serve me."
Michelle Madrigal has decided to have her breast implants removed.The 31-year-old mom and fitness enthusiast announced her bold decision through an Instagram post dated December 4, 2019, with the caption (published as is), "Let’s talk about boobs! I am excited and nervous to
People think that bundling themselves from head to toe is the best way to stay safe, but this might not be the case.
The ongoing community quarantine advises us to head outside only for essential purposes. For many of us, this means visiting the grocery or drugstore once in a while to stock up on supplies. But even though going outside is a rare occurrence, people
The hotline is currently only available in the NCR.
As the number of COVID-19 positive cases in the country continue to balloon in an alarming rate, more and more hospitals are pushed to their maximum capacity, unable to take in new patients. Included in this list are St. Luke’s Medical Center, Chinese
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
"If you guys do not win the battle out on the streets, we can never win the battle in the hospitals," says Dr. Daniel Luchangco.
A number of hospitals around Metro Manila have already reached full capacity due to the influx of confirmed COVID-19 cases and patients under investigation. Health care workers are being stretched to the limit and beyond, with a number of them now COVID-19 patients
"Although I'm better now, I would not wish this very uncomfortable illness on anyone."
In what seems like an endless stream of updates about the COVID-19 pandemic, we all find solace in hearing news of patient recoveries. Thing is, though we know that it's possible to recover, we don't often get a first-person account of what
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
Huawei is developing the AI-assisted diagnosis service that's currently being offered to designated hospitals for free.
The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken the whole world by storm. As of writing, cases globally have surpassed 200,000 with over 8,000 deaths. But, things may be looking up soon. Japanese scientists are closing in on a flu drug, and a vaccine is
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
There's a chance that it's increasing the risk of developing the coronavirus.
*This story has been updated at 12:25 p.m. on March 19, 2020. The original article, "Avoid Taking Ibuprofen as Self-Medication for COVID-19 Symptoms, WHO Advises," was published on March 18, 2020.The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a new statement today, March 19,
It's your most effective weapon against the virus.
With the city of Metro Manila in "community quarantine" because of the rise in COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, it's no surprise that supermarkets, drugstores, and malls are in chaos. People are rushing to stock up on food and supplies, specifically disinfectants
The best way to prevent the virus is still to regularly wash your hands with soap!
Last night, the government placed Metro Manila in community quarantine after declaring COVID-19’s alert level at code red sublevel 2. The measure hopes to contain further spreading of the virus outside the capital.With such a mandate, there’s an understandable urge to protect
It's not just about being optimistic. We can win the fight against this virus.
As of the latest count from the Department of Health (DOH), there are growing cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Philippines. The DOH has raised a Code Red Sublevel 1 due to a confirmed case of local transmission and
Domestic travel will be suspended to and from the metro.
The government has raised COVID-19’s alert level to code red sublevel 2. And for those of you who need some clarification on what this means, let’s clear things up a bit. Here’s how this will affect Metro Manila based on what we know from
Is Metro Manila lockdown too drastic a measure?
As of today, March 10, the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) says the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country has jumped to 24. The government has also already declared a nationwide state of public health emergency. And now, according
In light of the 10 confirmed cases in the Philippines, the medical expert advises washing hands, practicing proper hygiene, and extreme social distancing.
The Department of Health (DOH) has confirmed four new cases of COVID-19 in the Philippines, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 10.According to the DOH website, out of the four new cases, one is a Taiwanese male,
Understand the virus and don't easily fall for hearsays.
Whether it’s affected you or not, the 2019 novel coronavirus has slowed down life as we know it. Any event that congregates large crowds, such as the Tokyo Olympics and fashion weeks, are threatened. Travel bans were implemented. In countries where the
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