Our friends from the media industry took a quick break from beating the deadlines and shared their most heartfelt and touching tributes to their loving mothers.
For Cristina Agustin and Leslie Ong Hay-Cua, who both gave birth at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re not just new moms. They are the “new normal” moms who had to take care of their newborns a little differently than the usual.
Already having cabin fever after over a year of working from home? Head to these five best places in the Philippines where you can work and have a vacation at the same time.
NewsFeed 360 comes up with a list of “hidden gems” for outdoor and well-ventilated dining that you can safely explore (depending on quarantine status) while enjoying good food and supporting the F&B industry in these challenging times.
Here are some facts and myths surrounding COVID vaccines as discussed with healthcare professionals.
While many are feeling the brunt of the covid-19 pandemic, with lockdown restrictions limiting people’s movement and impeding the flow of food and other essential goods, a farm in Cavite is answering a dire need of Filipinos while providing a source of livelihood for local farmers.
Regardless of age and gender, every Filipino needs to know vital information about the dangers of stroke—the second leading cause of death in the Philippines.
Aside from romantic love, a great Valentine story can also come in the form of loving yourself — by taking care of your health and getting to know the second deadliest disease not only in the Philippines but also in the world: stroke.
The year 2020 was supposed to be a period of sustained recovery for the island of Boracay. After a painful but necessary shutdown in 2018 to restore its pristine beauty, many locals and businesses in the island looked forward to a more robust tourism. Sadly, even with its gradual reopening, life was never the same for many – some of whom had to suffer from loss of livelihood due to necessary restrictions. When 2020 came, the odds grew worse against their favor.
An aspiring 16-year-old football player looks back at 2020, sharing his passion and heartbreak for the sport he loves, as well as his positive outlook on what Philippine football does – and can still do – for the Filipino youth.