10 Things You Should Know About “Sunday Beauty Queen”

Metro Manila Film Festival’s first documentary film directed by Baby Ruth Villarama. “Sunday Beauty Queen” tells the story of a group

10 Things You Should Know About “Oro”

A political drama film, Oro was inspired by the Gata 4 Massacre happened in Caramoan, Camarines Sur. Directed by Alvin Yapan,

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10 Things You Should Know About “Kabisera”

A socio-political family drama directed by Arturo San Agustin and Real Florido, Kabisera takes family drama into a different level.

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Laundry and Kitchen Room Hacks that’ll save you cost and effort

Modern homemakers face a big challenge in balancing work and making sure that their family gets the best care at home. Difficult as it may seem, taking care of the

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15 Foods You Should Not Store In The Fridge

The refrigerator is one of the most important appliances in a kitchen since it keeps food safe for consumption. However, not all foods stay fresh and safe inside the ref. Here is a list of foods that you should never store inside your fridge. Exception: whole peeled, sliced, or chopped food items listed below should

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Kidney stones giving you pain? Then hop on a rollercoaster

When patients of urologist Dr. David Wartinger approached him one after the other with reports of painlessly passing kidney stones after visits to amusement parks, the doctor knew he just had to investigate the phenomenon. And what better place to check out the claims than Disney World? Wartinger and a

Norwegian gov’t lauded GRP, NDF commitment to pursue peace talks

ROME, Italy – The Norwegian government lauded the Government of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) for their strong commitment to pursue the peace talks as it moves to more challenging and substantial part of the negotiations. Speaking at the opening of the third round-of-talks at the Holiday Inn in Rome, Italy on Thursday,

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Pubic hair grooming linked to sexually transmitted infections

Do you regularly get a bikini wax or shave down there? This seemingly hygienic act may actually increase your chances of getting sexually transmitted infections (STI), according to a recent study. Based on the findings published in the British Medical Journal’s publication Sexually Transmitted Infections, males and females who groomed their pubic hair were nearly twice as likely to report

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Tips to conquer your fortune this 2017

The year of the boisterous monkey is about to end, and people are only too happy to bid it farewell. In its place, the Fire Rooster comes speeding in, setting its track ablaze with fortunes waiting to be claimed. Chicken? Rooster? Not again. You’re probably thinking that you’re in for a bad year. After all, in Filipino culture, the Rooster

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Here’s the reason why some people have tiny extra hole in their ear

Do you ever wonder why some people have a barely noticeable extra hole where the top of their ear cartilage connects to the face? Good news is it’s not an ear piercing gone wrong. It’s actually called preauricular sinus, a congenital disorder caused by the first and second pharyngeal arches. These holes usually appear like dents, dimples and nodules. Despite

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Holding in your stool for too long can be fatal

A 16-year-old girl’s life was cut short after she suffered from heart attack following eight weeks without a bowel movement. Emily Titterington, who suffers from mild autism, had a phobia of toilets and had dealt with bowel issues for most of her life. A medical inquest into her death revealed that her chest cavity was compressed while her organs were

Sen. Risa Hontiveros pushes for a national multi-sectoral strategy vs. HIV

Akbayan Senator Risa Hontiveros on Wednesday pushed for the implementation of a national multi-sectoral strategy to address the rising incidence of HIV and AIDS in the country amidst reports that there will be 133,000 people living with HIV in the Philippines by 2022. In a press conference in Quezon City attended by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) groups and