"We Filipinos are living longer, but the question is what's our quality of life? It's the quality that is very relevant. People may not be aware that they can do something to address degenerative diseases, which is a way of improving the quality of life," said
DESTINED TO BE
An ex-gay finds happiness in marriage and family
Most anyone who lived and breathed showbiz in the ‘90s knows Ansel Beluso. He was head writer of the late Inday Badiday’s showbiz-oriented talk show Eye to Eye. He and his staff launched Kris Aquino’s career
Through thick and thin, they have survived all storms.
Thirty years ago, Philippine society considered same-sex relationships taboo. Those who engaged in it wore a cloak of fear, and kept it on, everywhere they went.
Top fashion designer Eddie Baddeo is one of the few who
The San Miguel Purefoods Culinary Center suggests healthy and delicious
meals that are easy to prepare and sure to fire up your summer, too.
The sun is up and expect the heat to turn up soon. Aside from thinking sun, sand and sea which most people
Capture the fiesta spirit early at Kitsho!
In the Philippines, summer spells fiesta and everything festive! That’s why, it’s “more fun in the Philippines.” And you can have an early fiesta start at Kitsho, the home of authentic Japanese cuisine in the bay area. Kitsho
According to the Department of Health, diseases of the heart top the the list of causes of mortality in the Philippines. Recently, renowned celebrities such as Carrie Fisher and George Michael suffered heart attacks. Whether we like it or not, some of our relatives and
Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs reveals top
countries where female-owned businesses flourish
What factors compel women to go into business? According to the findings from the inaugural Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs, women are driven to become entrepreneurs for the following: necessity, sheer grit and the presence
glassware by Schott Zwiesel
Unique, stylish and with superior functionality—that’s glassware by Schott Zwiesel now available at Rustan’s Supermarket. The German-brand glassware is used by leading hotel chains, 50 airlines and 10 of the biggest shipping lines around the world as well as by internationally-acclaimed chefs.
23 schools join Culinary Congress and Competition
“It’s more JOLLY in the Philippines” was the theme of the Year 4 edition of Jolly University. The aim of the highly successful interactive learning platform is “to build better business opportunities for today’s young culinarians
A UN report states that 35 percent of women around the world still experience violence at some point in their lives.
The color of the new year is orange for the Zonta Club of Manila and Makati as members wear this fiery hue to make known