Category Archives: Health and Lifestyle

Do-It-Yourself Waterproofing

There’s nothing worse than getting your favorite shoes ruined during the rainy season! So before braving the rains, why not protect your valuables by waterproofing them?   Waterproofing is the…

Ten Ways to Keep Food Fresh this Tag-init!

The Hot and Dry Season is a great time to enjoy outdoor activities and good food. But the problem is, in this type of weather, food can easily spoil. When…

Being Street-Smart about Street Food

Once the meryenda cravings beckon, it’s time to hit the streets! Lined with ambulant carts stocked with snacks that range from light to heavy, the streets are a haven for…

Why Cold Weather is Good for You

According to the Philippine Atmospheric and Geophysical Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), our climate is defined by relatively high temperatures, high humidity and abundant rainfall. However, even if high temperatures and…

5 Brain-Boosting Foods

  Mental health is just as important as physical health.   According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), mental health illnesses are the third most common forms of morbidity among…

2017 Fitness Trends

The New Year symbolizes fresh starts. For most of us, goals at the start of the year include a fitness routine. We all know the benefits of exercise: healthy skin,…

WHAT’S HAUTE? Best Indoor Plants

Seven million. That’s how many people die every year due to air pollution. What’s more, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), the most vulnerable to this environmental problem are…

What are Your Favorite PanahonTV Reporters Reading?

  “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”   Such were the words of George Raymond Richard Martin, an American…

Facing the Giants

Walking the same streets where some of our nation’s artistic giants left their footprints on is definitely an enriching experience. Angono, a first class municipality in the province of Rizal,…

Know Zika Now

Zika, the mosquito-borne virus captured international attention in early 2015 when an outbreak hit Brazil, where almost 7,000 cases were reported. Since then, researchers have been linking the virus to…