More than just rice, it’s the meaning of life In an article published at the Department of Agriculture’s website, it said that medical researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health revealed that those who eat three to four servings of rice a day had 55 percent higher risk to develop diabetes than those who… Continue reading Heirloom Rice Recipes
5 factors to consider when picking the right travel bag If there’s one thing I always need myself to remind of when traveling locally or abroad that is to travel light. Every time I travel, I’m always at the brink of having an excess baggage and/or bringing clothes or items which I – almost always… Continue reading What’s in the Bag?
Experts offer new tactics to help parents manage children with feeding difficulties. Contrary to popular beliefs that difficulty in feeding children is just normal, experts says it is more than just a phase and the effect may last up to 11 years of a child’s life. Worst, it may cause the child an impaired growth… Continue reading Is Your Child a Picky Eater?
Diabetes and marriage, how this couple made things work “I take you to be my (husband/wife). I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honor you all the days of my life.” This is the popular wedding vow. Over the… Continue reading Sweet Love
Do you work to live, or live to work? Working long hours takes a toll on our health, but there are ways to fight it and live a happier, healthier life. If you’re like most people who are married to their jobs, chances are, you’re spending most of your time in the office, giving you… Continue reading Finding the Right Balance
When we were kids, we were made to believe that there’s this white-bearded man called Santa Claus, wearing a red coat with white collar and cuffs, black leather belt and boots, riding in a reindeer sleigh, who brings gifts during Christmas Eve. As we get older, we will learn that Santa Claus does not really… Continue reading Should You Tell Your Kids About Santa?
Product shots by Ramir G. Cambiado Chapped lips, sore red patches, and flaky skin are becoming a daily thing. Did you know that the colder the season, the drier the skin? According to Elizabeth McBurney, MD, clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University, “Skin gets dry because the wind and cold weather irritate it, and… Continue reading 8 Must-Try Products for Dry Skin