HEALTH & WELLNESS

Long Covid might be linked to changes in your brain, research suggests

Long Covid is still a mystery to most doctors, but new research shows that it may be linked to alterations in the brain

ESSAY: Between the pandemic and the vaccine, we are all living half lives

Restaurants are open, malls are crowded, traffic is back to being insane—but over 90 percent of the population are yet to be vaccinated

No ifs or guts about it: What to eat and drink to improve gut health

We all know yogurt and whole grains are good for your gut, so here’s what else you can add to your shopping list

Tricycle, pedicab, delivery drivers, get vaccinated at this CCP drive-thru

Vaccine Express, a project of the Office of the Vice President and the City of Manila, aims to increase vaccination rates by targeting specific groups, starting with public transportation drivers

Doctors are making house calls again. Here’s how to book one

Going to the hospital for a general consultation is a risk these days. Luckily, doctors are making house calls again

Bye, face shields? Duterte will require it only in hospitals, says Sotto

The President supposedly told Senator Sotto that he would order DOH to stop the use of face shields

These Metro Manila cities are already vaccinating the A4 group

Some local government units have started vaccinating government, private, and informal sector workers belonging to the A4 group today

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Take a medical crash course (but not really) through medicine TikTok

If you like learning about medicine and having fun at the same time, let us introduce you to the black hole that is MedTok

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‘Can I still eat food from the fridge after a power outage?’ It depends

A non-exhaustive guide to food safety during and after the electricity goes out

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Working long hours sucks. It also kills, according to WHO

Working 55 hours or more a week is associated with a 35 percent higher risk of stroke and a 17 percent higher risk of dying from ischemic heart disease, a 16-year study found