Category Archives: Health and Lifestyle

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…

Must-Have in Your Go Bag: Emergency Coffee

What do you have in your emergency bag or go bag? Aside from the usual items such as a flashlight, whistle, and a first-aid kid, a shot of caffeine through…

Where to Buy Eco-Friendly Mother’s Day Gifts

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, why not express your love for your mom at a lower environmental price? We’ve listed down eight eco-friendly shops where your purchase can…

DOCTOR’S ADVICE: Can tag-init trigger asthma?

  Asthma is a common chronic disease among children. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 235 million people across the globe suffer from it. By 2025, WHO projected 100…

Philippine Weather Forecast: Good weather for outdoor activities

    The Easterlies still dominate the eastern section of Central and Southern Luzon, as well as Visayas and Mindanao, while the Ridge of High Pressure Area continues to extend…

“TAMANG PANAHON at PAGASA”: A Valentine’s Special

  Love is similar to the weather in its unpredictability. But unlike the weather, which may be roughly predicted, feelings develop spontaneously, which makes love all the more exciting. This…

Zika Alert

  Making headlines around the world, the Zika Virus is the latest, most dangerous threat to our health. Similar to the Ebola Virus Alert in 2014, which the World Health…

The Blooming Month of February

    As February arrives, tourists flock to Baguio City to celebrate the month-long festivities of the Panagbenga, a flower festival which may be translated into “the season to bloom.”…

SINULOG: Through Tourists’ Eyes

The month-long Sinulog Festival has already kicked off in Cebu this January, and tourists are stuffing social media sites with colorful photos from the event. The Sinulog is a dance…

Can Climate Change worsen dengue?

    It crosses borders on social classes, age and gender. When it comes to the dengue fever, no one is safe.   It’s a viral disease that can be…