Bangungot: Unveiling the science behind the bogeyman of sleep

Visceral nightmares, sleep paralysis, and unexplained death are how most of us understand bangungot. But what’s the science behind it?

The 2022 Nolisoli health guide: Vitamins, allergies, and myth busting

From taking your vitamins to clearing bar soap’s dirty name, let’s take a look back on our major health stories from 2022

This is how you can figure out what your allergies are—for free

If your allergies are going crazy and you’re not sure what the trigger is, the elimination diet can help you track down the culprit

No, sleeping with wet hair doesn’t make you blind or sick

Superstition dictates that sleeping with wet hair can make you blind and crazy. Or make you sick and give you a massive headache. It’s mostly myth, though

Tarot for self-care is a thing. Here’s how it can help your mental health

This often misunderstood mystical tool is a great way to analyze your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. No magic or clairvoyance necessary—just an open mind

Typhoon prep: What to do before, during, and after

Preparing for a typhoon is an important task. Here are a few battle-tested strategies on how to make it through

Is bar soap *actually* unhygienic? Let’s discuss

There’s a lot of bias against bar soap. People think it’s dirty and carries germs, but reality and science beg to differ

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OPINION: We’re not ready for a mask-free world

COVID-19 is still an active virus, and going mask free at a time like this could set us back

How to stay cool while commuting

Say goodbye to sweaty trips and hello to breezy biyahe—at least that’s the goal

‘Quiet quitting’ isn’t the bad guy. Hear these employees out

Everyone has lots of questions (and opinions) about quiet quitting. Here are what people who’ve done it have to say