And, Gen Z feels intimidated by the punctuation mark the most.
We have to give credit to technology for making a lot of things easier. Shopping, learning, and, of course, communication are just some examples. That said, it hasn't made it all 100 percent better.Like every sci-fi movie on
Wow!
A new study looking at male and female immune responses to the new coronavirus may shed new light on why men are more likely to become seriously ill with COVID-19, researchers said Wednesday. Since early in the pandemic it has been
Science has an explanation!
We've been under quarantine for almost half a year, and we have to say: Pinoys have never craved desserts more than ever. To satisfy this desire, some Pinoys learned to bake their own sweet treats. On the other hand, some
Catching up on sleep isn't an excuse.
To all our fellow all-nighters, our "isang episode na lang" squad, and everyone else who's had to skip on sleep on weekdays thinking they can just catch up on it later, we come bearing bad news. Unfortunately for us,
Na-experience niyo na ba 'to?
Two strangers conveniently locking eyes across a crowded room, feeling an unexplainable pull, and *BOOM* a match made in heaven. Love at first sight is something not all of us have experienced but have probably seen before. It's the premise of
To conduct the study, researchers cleaned surfaces twice a day and floors once a day.
Here's another reason why routine cleaning is *important*: New research shows that the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 can linger in patients' bedrooms and bathrooms, according to AFP via ABS-CBN News. However, cleaning surfaces and floors with a common
Bring on the bacon.
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Yep, according to the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. A new study by medical organization says a simple bagel isn't enough, however. In fact, a big
Women with 10 or more sexual partners are almost twice at risk for cancer than men.
A study has found that having multiple sexual partners over a lifetime has an influence on one's risk for cancer.According to a study published in the BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, women are almost twice at risk than men of
It's time to start checking.
Boobs, breasts, bossoms, melons, fried eggs...the list of words we use to describe our chests is pretty much endless, but many of us fixate on one thing: their size.Though some might say how happy you are with your cup size
New research reveals what Pinoys in the digital age actually think about love and relationships.
Finding ~*the one*~ isn't exactly easy. For most people, it takes years before you figure out what it is you really want in a relationship, which is understandable because there are just *too many* emotions involved. 'Di mo talaga
But don't worry, your cat loves you.
A couple of years ago, a video of a dog went viral: It shows a dog grieving at the death of its owner. The pooch was seen crying at the grave of its old master:Somehow, 40,000 years of domestication have
Protect your fur babies at all costs!
It goes without saying that as a pet owner, you'll do everything to protect your precious dogs. But did you know that it's actually possible for you to love your pets more than other humans?Research published in Society and
We looked into the new study they are referencing.
Don't worry if you've recently seen scary headlines like "Having Less Sex Could Trigger Early Menopause," "Less Sex Could Mean Earlier Menopause," or "Having Regular Sex Can Delay Menopause, According to a New Study." They've got
Don't fake it ‘til you make it.
Have you ever held back your tears at work? Maybe you've cried at lease once or twice in the office bathroom? Since the ~*real world*~ is a tough place to be in, it's more than likely that this has
Have you really moved on?
Everyone copes with heartbreak in different ways. Some drown themselves in work, others cry about it-whatever it may be, research shows that it's linked to your gender. In a series of studies done by Austrian psychologist Ursula Athenstaedt and her
Some people could be denser than dogs at reading emotion.
Have you ever been so upset or angry at one point that you notice your how your dogs avoid contact with you? Or perhaps you were sad or quiet and they just snuggle right up to your face and lick you?Apparently,
Yikes.
There's now growing evidence of the health problems associated with vaping or smoking e-cigarettes. A study conducted by researchers at the University of California San Francisco reveals that vaping has significant effects on one's lung health.The
Which one of you is yelling at your dog?!?
Today in sad news: a study published this week by molecular biologists in Portugal found that dogs who go through aversion-based training (shock collars, being yelled at) are worse off health-wise than dogs who learn from reward-based training.The
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