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"Remember to love every inch of you," as Angel Locsin once said.
It’s no surprise that celebrities are bombarded with hateful comments online. Thanks to social media, they can be way more connected to their fans than ever—and unfortunately, that means a lot more space for folks to hate on them, too. And for
The list includes Inka Magnaye, Moira dela Torre, and more.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, or more commonly known as PCOS is a struggle (personally, I have it, too). TBH, even doctors find it difficult to diagnose because "there is no single test to diagnose PCOS [and] there is a long list of symptoms and
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
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
Contrary to popular belief, birth control pills aren't solely for those who don't want to get pregnant.
A lot of girls are either too shy to share or are not knowledgeable about birth control pills and its uses. For most, it's just so sexually active girls can avoid getting pregnant. But there's more to birth control pills than the