Lifestyle

Bacteria found in refrigerated food may cause disease

Bacteria found in refrigerated food may cause listeria, a disease which can cause fever, headache, diarrhea, and upset stomach. That's why, a health expert reminds of the importance of reheating food properly to avoid getting the disease.

Festival of festivals: Leyte's Pintados-Kasadyaan

Recognized as the 'festival of festivals,' the Pintados-Kasadyaan festival in Tacloban showcases various feasts of Leyte province, in one big celebration.

In the Loop: Cable car sa EDSA; Kris' yearbook

Ai Dela Cruz keeps us in the loop on the incoming DOTC secretary's plans to ease traffic in the metro, what Kris Aquino was like during high school, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil's duet and Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach's vacation in the Cayman Islands. 

Travel Shorts: AirAsia, Go Hotel Davao, Shangri-La staycation

Are you planning to visit Davao City soon, or maybe you want to hit the beach again? Here are some of the travel announcements you might want to check out.

Sara Duterte arrives in Manila, visits KidZania

(UPDATED) Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte arrived in Manila on Tuesday, two days ahead of the inauguration ceremony of her father, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte. 

Lea among musical theater's most important artists

"Salonga is an icon and deserves a spot in this list."

Pia reminds public: Get tested for HIV

Stepping up her advocacy efforts, reigning Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach reminded the public to get tested for HIV to avoid putting other people at risk.

Fit for royalty: Manila Hotel shows new presidential suite

Take a peek at Manila Hotel's newly-renovated presidential suite.

PepsiCo brings back aspartame as diet cola sales fizzle

NEW YORK - PepsiCo said Monday it is putting aspartame back into some diet beverages in the United States, just a year after pulling the artificial sweetener from its products over consumer concerns about safety.

Omega-3s cut fatal heart attack risk 10 percent: study

WASHINGTON - Consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, sardines and anchovies, can reduce risk of a deadly heart attack by 10 percent, a study out Monday said.