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UPDATE: “Burn-out” is an occupational phenomenon, not a medical condition

The World Health Organization clarified that “burn-out” is still considered as an “occupational phenomenon” that can lead someone to seek care and not a medical condition. This news came in when WHO announced that burn-out was listed on its International Classification of Diseases (ICD) for the first time. The World Health Assembly approved the latest […]

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Human Rewilding is the Social Media Detox of 2019

In this generation, everything and anyone is reachable online. From reading your favorite book to contacting your loved ones, almost everything can be reached with just one tap. But do you ever feel the need to unplug at times? The internet can be (a bit) toxic and sometimes disconnecting to it is one way to […]

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You can do these 7 self-care rituals right now even if you’re broke AF!

Over recent years, “self-care” has boomed so much that it’s become its own industry. We’re not complaining. Self-care is an important part of our lives after all. However, you don’t always need to spend cash to treat yourself! These 7 self-care rituals are so basic and doable that you can do them right now, as […]

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Hangin Garden in Tagaytay is Like a Fairy Tale Waiting to be Discovered

Whether there is a chill or a sizzle in the air, Tagaytay is the go-to place for city folks wishing for a refreshing break. However, given the highland city’s popularity, the cost and availability of places to stay in may have become less friendly to those on a budget in recent years. This is why […]

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Being Burned Out is Now a Medical Condition According to WHO

For the first time ever, the World Health Organization recognized “burn-out” in the International Classification of Diseases or ICD. This is widely used for diagnosis and health insurers. As per the World Health Assembly in Geneva, this can stop the decades of debating whether it should be considered a medical condition. In the latest update […]

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Study Shows that Working Overtime Leads to Heart Disease

Note to self: work is life but health is lifer! According to Emily Reynolds of Metro, a study was published in the European Heart Journal stating that people who constantly work with longer hours leads to high risk of heart disease. Oh no! The study was done by tracking the conditions of 85,000 people, men […]

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According to Scientists, This Workout Prevents Cancer Cells from Growing

According to brand new research that was reported on by Runner’s World and published in the Journal of Physiology, a single workout can already bring an instant effect on our health. With that, researchers studied the link between exercise, specifically High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) — any type of workout that combines burst of high-intensity effort […]

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7 Micro-Cinemas You Can Visit in Metro Manila

Watching movies are usually done as a social event–well, that was the traditional way before we started watching movies on our laptops or phones. At least now, we’ve got a choice between either sitting along with literal crowds altogether cheering for the film, or sitting all alone at home with the small screen of the […]

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LOOK: This New Coworking Space in Makati Has a Swimming Pool

It’s not just a fad anymore. Coworking is here and it’s here to stay. People are tired of the traditional office setting and want a space that can provide flexibility, inspire creativity, create a community, and provide a collaborative atmosphere. We found the perfect new coworking space in the heart of Makati that gives you […]

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10 Historical and Picturesque Churches in Manila to Contemplate and Take a Breather

Words by Cathlyn Mae Botor Featured Photo from brideworthy.com Holy week is probably one of the most anticipated holidays every year. And while we’re all stuck in a rut, we all come to a point where we just feel tired from all our stress. On top of our busy schedules, sometimes, all we need is […]

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How to Start a Business Right After You Graduate

From senior high to college, you’ve been preparing yourself for your future career. There will be thousands of hungry business-minded fresh graduates that want to jump into starting their own business. Listening to experts makes starting a business seem very simple. However, when it’s your turn to start your own adventure in the world of […]

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Is Beer Pong a Sport? We Went to the Pong World Championship 2019 in Hong Kong!

Beer pong is probably one of my favorite pastimes – or so I used to see and call it. In fact, it has become such a big part of my life that a night doesn’t feel complete without at least one game. Fortunately, I live on Aguirre Avenue in BF Homes, Paranaque, where the bars […]

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Meet the Millennials Behind La Union’s Newest Co-Working Space

When I heard that a co-working space was opening in the surf town of San Juan, La Union; I couldn’t help but be thrilled! For someone like me who loves to catch waves, but also has deadlines to catch; this place is a godsend because most of the time, cafe customers do not appreciate seeing customers […]

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LOOK: A Giant Board Game Theme Park is Coming to Manila this May!

Philippine tabletop enthusiasts are in for something huge – literally, as Gaming Library gears up for a titanic undertaking with All Aboard XL. In marking its eight year celebration, Gaming Library will be hosting a giant board game theme park featuring giant versions of popular board games from around the world. Gaming Library is pushing […]

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7 College Courses You Probably Didn’t Know About

Words by Christiana Catu “Ano nga ulit course mo?” a family member asks for the nth time. You give an awkward smile, take a deep breath, and answer with the calmness and confidence of having practiced this speech for the past couple of years, mostly during family reunions. When it comes to college in the […]

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How to Manage a Better Work-Life Balance This Summer

For small businesses, the summer months can be the busiest and most profitable months. As demand during the peak summer season increases, you probably find yourself struggling to find a good balance between managing your business and making time to enjoy summer nights with your friends and family. While being a small business owner can often […]

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How to KonMari Your Life the Filipino Way

Do you sometimes feel lazy and just throw your things wherever you please? Or are you too lazy to tidy up your messy cabinet and table? If so, then we are definitely on the same boat. Sometimes, I just place all of my clean clothes on top of the others without arranging them properly. Well, […]

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Rice Can Cause Diabetes?

We all love rice and more than that, we love unli-rice! Rice is a staple food for most Asian countries, especially for the Philippines. Can you imagine eating your favorite adobo and sinigang without rice? I sure don’t. However, did you know that eating rice everyday could increase your risk of diabetes? Diabetes is one […]

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The Museo de Intramuros is Now Open; Entrance is Free for the First Six Months

Looking for new museums to visit? Want to embrace as much Filipino culture as you possibly can in this lifetime? Well, there’s a new museum in town! The Museo de Intramuros is located in the reconstructions of San Ignacio Church and the Mission House of the Society of Jesus in Intramuros. It officially opened last […]

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We Wish These Avengers-Inspired Air Jordans Were Real!

Still mulling over the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame’? Then check out these cool Air Jordan 1 designs inspired by the heroes and villain of the said movie. Thanos Iron Man Black Panther Star Lord To clear things up, these are NOT actual shoe models nor a product tie-up between Marvel and Nike (we wish they […]

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