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Masarap at healthy na mga pagkain, alamin!

Ni: STEPHANIE MACAYAN   “FOOD is life” para sa ating mga Pinoy, ngunit ang pagkain ng marami at hindi tama ay maaaring may masamang epekto sa ating kalusugan. Kaya dapat alamin ang ilang healthy foods na swak naman sa panlasang Pinoy.   Kilala ang pagkaing Pinoy na mataba at mamantika tulad ng lechon at sisig. […] The post Masarap at healthy na mga pagkain, alamin! appeared first on PINAS......»»

Category: newsSource: pinasglobal pinasglobalAug 19th, 2019

Healthy soups: Higop-sabaw sa malamig na araw

Manila, Philippines – Tag-ulan at taglamig, at sa mga panahon na ito, masarap talagang humigop ng mainit na sabaw na siyang perfect para sa bed weather. Kaya naman narito ang ilang healthy recipes ng sabaw na maaaring ihain sa pamilya ngayong panahon ng taglamig. Bulalo (Beef Shank Soup) Bukod sa pagiging swak nito ngayong taglamig, […] The post Healthy soups: Higop-sabaw sa malamig na araw appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsSep 15th, 2019

Mura at masusustansyangpagkain para sa kalusugan

HINDI kailangan maging mahal ang pagkain para maging maganda ang kalusugan. Kadalasan pa nga, maraming murang pagkain na dinededma lang natin, pero higit pala ang sustansiyang naidudulot nito sa katawan. Kaya nga kung hindi malaki ang budget sa pagkain, alamin ang mga pagkain na mura lang pero makapagdudulot naman ng sustansya sa katawan. Narito ang […] The post Mura at masusustansyangpagkain para sa kalusugan appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 15th, 2019

Healthy Plate: Tamang dami ng pagkain na dapat kainin

DI na uso ang tinatawag na ‘food pyramid’ at pinalitan na ito ng tinatawag na “healthy plate”. Kaya kung dati ay nalilito ka sa ibig sabihin ng food pyramid mas malinaw na ang mensahe nito ngayon sa healthy plate kung saan nakahati sa apat ang iyong plato. Narito ang dapat mong malaman tungkol sa healthy […] The post Healthy Plate: Tamang dami ng pagkain na dapat kainin appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 8th, 2019

Manatiling healthy sa pag-inom ng chia seeds

BUTO ng chia   Ni: Jonnalyn Cortez NAUUSO ngayon ang paghalo ng chia seeds sa pagkain dahil sa t­aglay nitong mga n­utrients na maganda sa kalusugan. Sa katunayan, isang onsa lamang nito ay nagta­t­aglay na ng 10.6 grams ng fiber, 4.4 grams ng protein, 4,915 milligrams ng omega-3, phosphorous, manganese, calcium, at potassium. Tunay ngang […] The post Manatiling healthy sa pag-inom ng chia seeds appeared first on PINAS......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinasglobalRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2019

5 healthy tips para sa iyong kidney

DUMARAMI ang mga Pinoy ang nagkakasakit sa kidney o bato. At ang hinala nga ng ilang eksperto ay dahil ito sa pagkain ng mga fast food, sitsirya at sobrang maaalat na pagkain. Narito ang ilang paalala na dapat mong tandaan para mapa-ngalagaan ang iyong kidney. 1. Bawasan ang pagkain ng maaalat. 2. Limitahan ang protina […] The post 5 healthy tips para sa iyong kidney appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 29th, 2019

‘I Did Not Play With My Kisses!’

Masarap nga bang paglaruan ang pagkain? Maliit pa tayo ‘yan ang turo sa atin,.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 17th, 2016

Drew, lalong na-inspire magtrabaho

MABUTI na lang hindi tumataba si Drew Arellano sa pagtikim ng iba’t ibang pagkain sa pinupuntahan niyang lugar sa kanyang show all over the Philippines. May nagtatanong kung masarap daw kayang magluto ang asawang si Iya Villania? Mukhang maligaya a.....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsSep 8th, 2016

Healthy herbs para sa malasang pagkain

Healthy herbs para sa malasang pagkain.....»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsAug 29th, 2016

PBA: Blakely is Elite’s final choice for Governors’ Cup import

ANTIPOLO — After much consideration, Blackwater has deciced on its final import for the rest of the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup. The Elite are going with Marqus Blakely instead of Aaron Fuller. Blakely returned to Blackwater Wednesday here, leading the Elite to a win against defending champion Magnolia. Marqus burned his former team for 21 points, 13 rebounds, and five steals. “Marqus will be our import for the rest of the conference. We made the decision already after Aaron Fuller's game the other time,” head coach Aris Dimaunahan said. “We weighed things out. We had a meeting. We opted to go with Marqus. Maganda 'yung energy ng team namin tonight. It somehow fueled our offense, and our defense fuels our offense,” he added. Fuller, Blackwater’s original import for this conference, suffered an ankle injury before the tournament started. He made his Governors’ Cup debut against Columbian last week, scoring 26 points in a loss. The game before that, Blakely put up a near quadruple-double in leading Blackwater to its first win of the conference over Northport. “Yung last game ni Blakely he almost had a quadruple-double. Na-inspire niya 'yung locals to have great energy the entire game,” Dimaunahan said on the Elite’s reasoning to go with Blakely. “Secondly, being a coach I want my players to be healthy all the time. One issue is that for Aaron because obviously he's not 100 percent healed,” he added. Fuller is still with the team and will continue to rehab his ankle. “Nire-rehab pa rin namin yung paa niya. He's still part of the team, he's still part of the family. Ang gusto kasi namin laging healthy players namin,” Dimaunahan said. “Ayaw naman natin pwersahin yung mga tao. Oo he had a big, fighting heart pero nilalagay naman natin sa risk yung career niya,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

Davis, James begin Lakers partnership with sky-high hopes

By Greg Beacham, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anthony Davis doesn’t raise a brow at the high expectations he’s accepting with the Los Angeles Lakers. The 26-year-old superstar engineered his move from New Orleans to Hollywood knowing that championships are the only acceptable result to the Lakers’ legions of demanding fans. After spending his entire NBA career struggling to lift the underdog Pelicans, he welcomed the chance to play for a team and in a city where every game means something big. And Davis doesn’t have to carry his new team, either. LeBron James is here to share the work. “We’re going to feed off each other tremendously,” Davis said. “I think we’re two guys who are very selfless and just want to win. When we have two guys like that, it makes both of our jobs easier.” James has spent his entire adult life facing championship pressure, and his chances of meeting those expectations for a fourth time got exponentially better when the Lakers put these two superstars together. James looks forward to finding chemistry with Davis to create an immediate winner — and to persuade Davis to stick around when he hits free agency next summer. “We’ve got a brand-new coaching staff and brand-new players coming to our system, but we do all know how good Anthony Davis is,” James said. “If we’re not playing through Anthony Davis while he’s on the floor, then it makes no sense to have him on the floor, because he’s that great.” This 16-time championship franchise is currently mired in a record six-year postseason drought, but everything is different and everything is possible this winter. The buzz around the Lakers never truly dissipates in LA, but it hasn’t been this loud since 2012. “When your starting point of your roster is two of the best players in the universe, that’s a really strong starting point,” Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka said. Frank Vogel is spending his first few months as the Lakers’ coach figuring out how to mold a cohesive team around his two superstars. He’ll experiment with lineups, rotations and rest while the Lakers figure out how to play together in a season they expect to last well into the spring. “The belief is strong in what we can be as a team,” Vogel said. “Everybody is looking at their teammates, and there’s a healthy respect going into the season. When the belief is strong at the outset, it’s just about focusing in on the work.” Here are more things to watch in a tantalizing season in Lakerland: KUZMA STAYS Kyle Kuzma is the only component remaining from the Lakers’ talented young core after Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Josh Hart were shipped to New Orleans for Davis. Kuzma didn’t participate in training camp while dealing with a stress injury in his leg, but he should be ready soon. The high-scoring forward’s skill set could fit well alongside the Lakers’ two superstars, and Kuzma realizes he has a golden opportunity. “I’m looking forward to reaching the next level with my own game,” he said. “This is a great chance for me to reach my potential.” DWIGHT’S RETURN The Lakers’ decision to re-sign Dwight Howard might have been the most shocking development of the entire offseason. The mercurial center spent one season with the Lakers in 2012-13 before clashing with Kobe Bryant and then fleeing town as a free agent. Howard has been booed mercilessly at Staples Center ever since, but he became the Lakers’ backup plan in the middle after DeMarcus Cousins tore a knee ligament shortly after signing with LA. Howard campaigned for a spot with the Lakers, and they gave him a non-guaranteed contract. If the newly humbled Howard recaptures his game, the Lakers will have an enormous asset at a minor cost. SUPPORTING ACTORS The Lakers supplemented their roster with an intriguing mix of veterans, including newcomers Danny Green, Jared Dudley, Avery Bradley, Troy Daniels and Quinn Cook. Vogel will look for perimeter scoring to complement James’ drives and Davis’ inside play, with Green and Daniels particularly expected to provide 3-point shooting proficiency. Every signee probably will get ample opportunity to play their way into a regular rotation spot while competing with holdovers Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Alex Caruso and Rajon Rondo. VOGEL’S FLOCK When they replaced Luke Walton after three straight losing seasons, the Lakers chose the 46-year-old Vogel over Tyronn Lue, who landed down the hallway with the Clippers instead of reteaming with James. Vogel got impressive results with limited resources in Indiana, but he has never coached stars of the Lakers’ dual magnitude. He also has a coaching staff including Jason Kidd and Lionel Hollins, two former NBA head coaches. The early results from this arranged marriage are promising, with James praising Vogel’s attention to detail. LA TAKEDOWN James wasn’t joking when he labeled Staples Center as the true winner of the NBA’s offseason moves. The Lakers and the Clippers both created probable title contenders, and their shared arena will be the center of basketball for much of the winter, with 82 sold-out games a distinct possibility. Out-of-towners shouldn’t get it twisted about which team is preferred in their shared hometown, however: The Lakers’ fan base wildly outnumbers the Clippers’ faithful, to the point where Kawhi Leonard and Paul George have already been booed while attending other sports events around Los Angeles. The teams meet Tuesday in their season openers, and again on Christmas......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

From tank to title talk, 76ers primed for championship run

By Dan Gelston, Associated Press PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Charles Barkley had a statue dedicated in his honor outside the 76ers’ complex, the franchise for which he played the bulk of his Hall of Fame career — and later poked fun at as an analyst when the team tanked. Billy Cunningham was Barkley’s first NBA coach and joked the Sixers may never have drafted Sir Charles had Houston not tanked at the tail end of 1984 to increase the odds it could select Hakeem Olajuwon with the No. 1 pick. Sixers coach Brett Brown, trying to become the first coach to win the championship in Philadelphia since Cunningham in 1983, had some fun at Barkley’s expense with the revelation. “I can’t believe (Houston) dumped games to get high draft picks,” Brown said to laughter. “Can you believe that? Somebody trying to get high draft picks dumping games? I don’t know what you’re talking about.” From tanking to title contention, Brown has lived through it all in Philly since he was hired in 2013 and finally has his best roster and shot at winning a championship. The sting of last season’s elimination, when Kawhi Leonard sank the first Game 7-ending buzzer-beater in NBA history to lead Toronto past the 76ers, still lingers for the holdovers. Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid & Co. have 7-1 odds to win the NBA title and believe the best is at last ahead for a team that has lost in the Eastern Conference semifinals each of the last two seasons. “I’ve already picked the 76ers to win the championship next year,” Barkley said. “So, no pressure. I mean that, sincerely. I did call you all a stupid organization.” Much like the 60-loss seasons, that’s all in the past for Philadelphia. Simmons and Embiid are proven All-Stars and have the long-term, big-money deals that will keep them franchise cornerstones for years in their prime. Al Horford was signed away from rival Boston to start at power forward and, perhaps more importantly, provide needed relief to Embiid as backup center. Embiid says the 76ers have a “chance to win it all” and the excitement around the team grows with each season. Here’s what else to know about the 76ers: SIMMONS FOR 3 Simmons was cheered in a preseason game like he was a scrub off the JV bench who scored a basket in mop-up time when he buried a 3-pointer. The reason the crowd went wild? The 3 was the first for Simmons in the NBA. Simmons is 0 for 17 from 3-point range in two seasons and spent his summer trying to improve his jumper. Defenses sagged on Simmons, daring him to shoot because the point guard can’t do much outside the paint. Simmons’ ability to expand his game is needed for the Sixers to go deep in the postseason as much as a healthy Embiid. “I work every day and to me, it shows,” Simmons said. “I’m in the gym every day and I feel like it is paying off.” Simmons has 50-1 odds to win NBA MVP. The 23-year-old signed a $170 million, five-year contract extension in the offseason. He made his NBA debut in the 2017-18 season and was Rookie of the Year. He was an All-Star for the first time last season but vowed to do more. “I think I was just too worried about what people were saying and what was going on around me. Too many outside noises,” Simmons said. “I was really able to block them out this summer and not focus on what people were saying.” NEED FOR EMBIID The Sixers will go only as far as their franchise center takes them. They were willing to wait two years for him to sit out with injuries because they knew the tantalizing talent ahead. But Embiid has yet to play more than 64 games a season, one reason why the Sixers played Game 7 on the road instead of home. He missed a playoff game against Brooklyn with a bad left knee and had multiple digestive issues that made his starting status unknown for other games. Embiid said he wants to play more than 64 games, though the Sixers are weary of his workload. He has 13-1 odds to win NBA MVP. “I knew I had to be in better shape,” Embiid said. “Meaning that, I had to do a better job. You can’t coach sickness, you can’t go and get sick. All I can do is just make sure I do the right thing and eat the right things. I just try to do what I can do best.” Embiid said at the start of training camp that he lost 20 pounds over the offseason and aimed for at least five more before opening night by eating right and working with team officials to get in better condition. Embiid didn’t say how much he weighs but is listed as 250 pounds on the depth chart. HORFORD HELPS Horford just might prove the most valuable pickup for the Sixers. When he played for the Celtics, Horford often gave Embiid fits defensively and now can give spell at center, when needed. A five-time All-Star, Horford averaged 13.6 points, 6.7 rebounds and 4.2 assists last season. Horford said he didn’t necessarily spill any secrets to Embiid on how to solve rugged defensive matchups. “We are going to talk, but he is going to be fine,” Horford said. “If you look at the stat line, he is just doing his thing. I’m here to help him and I am here to help the team.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

Masamang epekto ng labis na pagkain ng matatamis

  NI: CHAMPAIGNE LOPEZ   TALAGA nga namang hilig nating mga Pilipino ang pagkain ng matatamis, mula pa lang sa pagkain ng taho sa umaga hanggang sa pagkain ng matatamis na meryenda. Talagang hindi mawawala sa isang buong araw natin. Maraming pag-aaral ang nagpatunay na ang sobrang pagkain ng matatamis ay nakakasama sa kalusugan at […] The post Masamang epekto ng labis na pagkain ng matatamis appeared first on PINAS......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinasglobalRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

Hirap makatulog dahil sa gadgets?

ALAMIN ang dahilan kung bakit nahihirapan agad makatulog pagkatapos gumamit ng mga gadgets.   NI: MARILETH ANTIOLA   MARAMI sa mga tao ngayon lalo na ang kabataan ay hindi na kayang mabuhay ng walang cellphone, iPad, wifi, cellular data, cable TV, computer games, at Netflix. Netlix ang isa sa pinakakaabalahan ng ibang kabataan pagkagaling sa […] The post Hirap makatulog dahil sa gadgets? appeared first on PINAS......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinasglobalRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

Duterte ‘perfectly healthy’: Palace

President Rodrigo Duterte is “perfectly healthy” despite his recent admission of having rare muscle disease, Malacañang said on Monday. The public need not worry, as the 74-year-old President remains in the pink of health, even though he is facing various health problems, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in an interview with One News PH on […] The post Duterte ‘perfectly healthy’: Palace appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsOct 15th, 2019

PBA: Phoenix thinking big picture with injured Matthew Wright

Phoenix still can’t get anything substansial in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup, being stuck with a 2-5 record. Worse, the Fuel Masters’ top local star in Mattthew Wright has been compromised with plantar fasciitis. Wright has been playing sparingly during Phoenix’s last few games and while he told head coach Louie Alas that he can manage, Alas has chosen not to put his franchise player in any more risk. Saturday against Northport, Wright started but only played six minutes. “Nakikita ko he’s one step late sa lahat ng situation,” Alas said of Wright. “Ayoko namang ma-aggravate yung plantar niya so I just gave him the rest. Kapag ganun yun, magpipilit nang magpipilit yun so baka lalong sumakit,” he addded. Phoenix has almost two weeks of break before its next game and with a slim chance of still making the playoffs, having Wright healthy to end the conference is the best play for the Fuel Masters. “Sakin iniisip ko na bigger picture,” Alas said of Wright. “Pahinga ko na lang para sa mga future games namin,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 12th, 2019

PBA: Fuller or Blakely? Elite have big decision to make at import slot

Despite putting up a near quadruple-double and leading Blackwater to their first and only win so far in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup, Marqus Blakely has been replaced as Elite import. Blakely sat out Friday’s loss against Columbian and taking his place was Aaron Fuller, Blackwater’s original choice who was injured prior to the start of the conference. Despite being replaced, Blakely said it’s only fair for the Elite to give the fit-again Fuller a chance. “It was just a fairness decision, I think. Having played last game against Northport, I think coaches felt like they needed to give Aaron a chance to see if he's healthy, if he's able to play,” Blakely said. “I totally agree with it, I understand that it's a business,” he added. Just having two active imports in one team is already awkward says Blakely. However, the situation is out of his control. Blakely just says that he understands that Fuller needs the chance to prove himself to the Elite as well. “We understand the business and the nature of the game, so that's what it is. It's out of our power at that point,” Blakely said. “That's why I felt like coach had to give him a chance to prove himself just like he gave me a chance to prove myself,” he added. For his part, Fuller just wants to give Blackwater wins, which is the whole point of coming over. He definitely doesn’t feel good about losing his debut game with Blackwater, which ended up dropping the team to 1-3 for the conference. “I just wanted to come in and just do what I do best,” Fuller said after scoring 26 points for Blackwater in his first game. “Just try to help the team any way I can. I wanted to get the win but unfortunately, it didn’t happen,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 11th, 2019

Iran women attend FIFA soccer game for first time in decades

By Amir Vahda and Mehdi Fattahi, Associated Press TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — They had to sit well apart from the men, and the stadium was practically empty, but thousands of Iranian women in merry jester hats and face paint blew horns and cheered Thursday at the first FIFA soccer match they were allowed to freely attend in decades. In what many considered a victory in a decades-long fight by women in Iran to attend sporting events, they wrapped themselves in the country's vibrant red, green and white colors and watched with excitement as Iran thrashed Cambodia 14-0 in a 2022 World Cup qualifier at Tehran's Azadi, or Freedom, Stadium. "We are so happy that finally we got the chance to go to the stadium. It's an extraordinary feeling," said Zahra Pashaei, a 29-year-old nurse who has only known soccer games from television. "At least for me, 22 or 23 years of longing and regret lies behind this." As one woman shouted from a passing minibus before the match: "We are here finally!" So far, Iran's hard-line Islamic theocracy is not willing to go as far some women would like. Authorities announced they will allow women to attend only international soccer matches. Women have been banned from many sporting events in Iran since 1981, during the early years of the country's Islamic Revolution. Iran is the world's last nation to bar women from soccer matches. Saudi Arabia recently began letting women see games. Under pressure from FIFA, Iran let a carefully controlled number of women into the stadium, allocating them 4,000 tickets in a venue that seats about 80,000 people, and arranged for 150 female security personnel in black chadors to watch them. They sat at least 200 meters (yards) from the few thousand men at the match. Iranian state television, which long has been controlled by hard-liners, aired footage of women cheering, and commentators even acknowledged their presence. "There can be no stopping or turning back now," FIFA President Gianni Infantino said in a statement. "History teaches us that progress comes in stages, and this is just the beginning of a journey." Iran faced a potential ban from FIFA international matches if it didn't allow women into the game. The pressure from FIFA and Iran's soccer-loving public has grown since September, when an Iranian woman detained for dressing as a man to sneak into a match set herself on fire and died upon learning she could get six months in prison. The self-immolation of 29-year-old Sahar Khodayari, who became known as the "Blue Girl" for her love of the Iranian team Esteghlal, whose uniforms are blue, shocked Iranian officials and the public. At the match Thursday, a reporter with Iran's state-run IRNA news agency posted a video online of chador-wearing officers trying to grab a woman she said had a sign in Khodayari's honor. The crowd could be heard chanting, "Let her go!" The reporter wrote on Twitter that the woman slipped away from officers and ran off. Hard-liners and traditional Shiite clerics, citing their interpretation of Islamic law, believe in segregating men and women at public events, as well as keeping women out of men's sporting events. The effort to allow women back into stadiums has gone through fits and starts. In 2006, then-President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he wanted women to attend matches to "improve soccer-watching manners and promote a healthy atmosphere." However, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has final say on all matters of state, opposed the decision. Then, last year, Iranian authorities allowed a select group of women into Azadi Stadium by invitation only to watch the Asian Champion League final. Infantino said that "FIFA now looks more than ever toward a future when ALL girls and women wishing to attend football matches in Iran will be free to do so, and in a safe environment." Activist groups outside of Iran remain suspicious of Tehran. Amnesty International called the latest decision "a cynical publicity stunt by the authorities intended to whitewash their image." "Instead of taking half-hearted steps to address their discriminatory treatment of women who want to watch football, the Iranian authorities should lift all restrictions on women attending football matches, including domestic league games, across the country," said Philip Luther, Amnesty's Middle East and North Africa research and advocacy director. Still, many in Iran embraced the move, like shopkeeper Amir Ali Bagheri, who sold Pashaei a Team Melli jersey ahead of the match. Women "are so excited they are going to the stadium," he said. "God willing, there will be freedom sooner so that they can attend all matches, not just the national team matches. That will be much better." After the match, Pashaei said she hoped authorities would open up more matches to women so she could attend them with her family. "The 'Blue Girl' and her stories did help. Of course, efforts by women activists and feminists were very effective," she said. "We are happy anyway and hope this will continue, not just in national team matches." ___ Associated Press writer Jon Gambrell in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 11th, 2019

Duterte healthy enough for job — Duque

President Duterte is “quite fit” for the job despite having myasthenia gravis, Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 9th, 2019

Adulting 101: Ano nga ba ang dapat pagkagastuhan?

PROBLEMA mo ba ang sahod mo na hindi na magkasya sa iyong mga pangangailangan kaya malayo pa ang sweldo, wala ka nang panggastos? Alamin kung ano ang mga dapat mong gawin para makatawid sa petsa de peligro! Ayon sa Labor Force Survey ng Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) umabot sa 94.9 porsyento ang employment rate noong […] The post Adulting 101: Ano nga ba ang dapat pagkagastuhan? appeared first on PINAS......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinasglobalRelated NewsOct 8th, 2019

Health is WELL-centric

People spend most of their time staying indoors, which is why maintaining a healthy indoor environment is a major challenge......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 5th, 2019