New research gives some biological clues to why women may be more likely than men to develop Alzheimer’s disease and how this most common form of dementia varies by sex.
PARIS – Inexpensive and reusable menstrual cups are safe and as unlikely as disposable pads or tampons to leak, according to the first major scientific review of the devices, published Wednesday.
US regulators should continue to recommend soy protein as part of a heart-healthy diet because it helps lower cholesterol, researchers conclude from an analysis of dozens of studies done in the past two decades.
London had a taste of the Philippines’ finest food as the Department of Tourism (DOT) participated in this year’s Taste of London, United Kingdom’s (UK) largest annual gastronomic event.
Exactly a week prior to the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, Globe Telecom turns over to the Cebu provincial government the first-of-its-kind drug rehabilitation and treatment center in Pinamungajan, Cebu in support of the national agenda to help former victims of drug abuse recover from addiction and become productive citizens.
When I shared the news with an officemate that I was going on a business trip to Korea, I found it quite amusing that she looked like she was more excited on the trip than I was.
Scientists are closing in on a long-sought goal — a blood test to screen people for possible signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
NEW YORK (AP) — Barbie has been many things over the years. Now, she’s dressed as Ziggy Stardust.
By DR. KAYCEE REYES Beauty routines in the past might have involved creams, cleansers, masks, and serums. Nowadays, including the occasional non-surgical procedure in their beauty treatments is starting to become more common as well. In fact, around 23 million cosmetic procedures have been performed worldwide in 2017, and more than half of it are non-surgical procedures, at 12.6 million, […]
By EDUARDO GONZALES, MD Q: My sister has been married for two years now, but she does not have a baby yet despite the fact that she and her husband desperately want one. Is it time for them to consult a doctor? What type of doctor should they consult with? In an infertile couple, is it really the wife who often has a problem? […]
By CHESHIRE QUE, RND, RN, RD Emotional or stress eating can lead to various health implications. While stress cannot be totally avoided, learning and developing coping skills can help prevent you from turning to food for comfort. Living a fast-paced lifestyle contributes to stress eating. Being mindful about the way you eat will surely keep the unwanted pounds away even in the most stressful times of your life. […]
The refined and feminine Carrera Lady watches have been emboldened with an elegant design, while staying true to the Carrera line`s daring personality and iconic heritage.
Ocean Park Hong Kong presents the city’s first-ever virtual reality (VR) free-fall ride, The Abyss – VR Space Voyage. Once players put on their VR headsets, they’ll find themselves surrounded by breathtaking views of outer space as they enter an adrenaline-pumping free fall during their mission to Saturn’s largest moon – Titan. The story is […]
Interview by Dom Galeon By now, Priah Ferguson is not a stranger to fans of Netflix’s ‘80s-themed hit series Stranger Things. If you have seen season 3, then you probably have the utmost respect for Priah’s character Erica, the younger sister to Caleb McLaughlin’s Lucas Sinclair. We chatted with Priah to know more about her […]
By Rica Arevalo Meeting television journalist Howie Severino in his home in Batangas was quite surreal. For a TV news anchor, there is no television, no air conditioners, and no plastics in this nature haven overlooking the Taal Lake. Called Kapusod, Howie, wife Ipat Luna, and son Alon manage this nature-inspired and nature-respectful setting. “I […]
After the rousing reception for Cecile Licad last year, the concert series at Nelly’s Garden in Iloilo City resumes on Aug 17 with the recital of the phenomenal 11-year old cello prodigy Damodar Das Castillo, first prize winner of the Young Artists International Music Competition in Estonia (Eastern Europe). He will be accompanied by pianist […]
By Terence Repelente Page Design by Pinggot Zulueta Every day, at around 6:30 a.m., artist Pete Jimenez wakes up, drinks a hot cup of coffee, and walks around his “workshop cum tambakan alley” in Quezon City. It has been, according to him, a daily ritual to explore this small open space, his sanctuary, filled with […]
A healthy lifestyle can cut your risk of developing Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia even if you have genes that raise your risk for these mind-destroying diseases, a large study has found.
By Carol RH Malasig For Shammah Alegado, a 12- year-old boy who grew up in San Antonio, Zambales, a trip to Europe was never on the cards. That was until he picked up a violin when he was five, joined music lessons at Casa San Miguel, then proved to be quite the gifted musician. This […]
By John Legaspi Under the moonlight, a cursed swan on an enchanted lake magically transforms into a lovely maiden. The swan’s flapping wings slowly turn into frail limbs, its webbed feet become toes en pointe, and its body, covered in snowwhite feathers, becomes wrapped in crystals and folds of tulle that flutter at every turn. […]