If you look around you, there are many things around the house that might be dangerous to your children’s health, especially curious toddlers. It is important to be aware of what these potentially dangerous items are to help keep your kids safe.
There’s probably no job more diverse, challenging, inundating, and yet rewarding than being a mother. The roles that you fill once you become a mom are a game-changer. You realize that life is no longer just about ‘you’ and evolves to ‘you and them’. Motherhood changes your goals, perspectives, routines, and priorities. Here are the top things that change when you take on the role of being a mom.
Being a working mom is a challenge because it entails balancing your responsibilities at home and at work. The pandemic has made the dual roles of a working mom more challenging, especially if you work from home because you have to supervise your children attending online classes.
Forgetfulness is a normal part of growing old. As you age, changes happen to different parts of your body, including the brain. As a result, you might notice that you tend to misplace things, take longer to learn new things, and take time remembering certain information. These mild forgetfulness incidents are often a normal part of aging.
From the time you are born until around the age of 30, your muscles develop and become stronger. However, as you age, you start losing muscle mass and strength. According to WebMD, this kind of muscle degeneration is attributed to aging which may speed up around age 75.
The Philippines is often at the mercy of extreme weather. Filipinos face at least 20 typhoons a year and during summer, we endure blistering temperatures. Now that summer is here, the heat index is soaring again.
The summer heat is on! The rising temperatures from March to May can be quite unbearable. After being cooped up at home for two summers in a row, many Filipinos are taking advantage of the more relaxed nationwide guidelines for Covid-19 response this summer.
Do you notice yourself getting tired easily or perhaps having trouble getting a good night’s sleep? Are you getting more forgetful? It might come as a surprise that there is a bidirectional relationship between physical activity and sleep as well as exercise and memory.
Illness and accidents can adversely affect the physical, emotional, and financialwell-being of people. Rising medical expenses can cause great distress, especially for Pinoys who live from paycheck to paycheck.
Women are the primary caregivers of the family, especially the children and elders. A lot of women in different parts of the globe take on the challenging task of maintaining the household and keeping a job.
Learning to care for mental health can help you enjoy life more and appreciate the things around you. It can also help you maintain good relationships with people. Here are six ways to look after your mental well-being.
Major health issues such as cancer can take a toll on your quality of life, emotions, and relationships. Cancer can also affect your ability to earn a living which can have a devastating effect on your financial situation.
How much do you know about a person’s heart? We are aware that the heart is essential to one’s survival and it is responsible for pumping blood throughout the body. But those are just the tip of the iceberg.
Chinese New Year, also referred to as Lunar New Year, is just around the corner. February 1, 2022, is the start of the Year of the Water Tiger which will last until January 21, 2023.
In the past, it was easy to shrug off a common cold, cough, headache, or mild fever. But with the onslaught of Omicron (another COVID-19 variant), experiencing these symptoms is a big no-no.
A quick scroll on social media will give you an idea on the number of people testing positive for COVID-19 recently.
Over the years, the Internet and other modern advancements have revolutionized our day-to-day lives. Yet despite numerous scientific and technological breakthroughs, many Filipinos still cling to health superstitions that have been passed on from generation to generation. Admit it, many popular Pinoy health beliefs defy modern medicine but a lot of Pinoys still follow folkloric practices that strangely stood the test of time.
If air and water are essential for living, so are vitamins. They are often called micronutrients because you only need tiny amounts to keep your body strong, healthy, and functional.