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Loss of Appetite
Loss of appetite is characterized by poor appetite despite the physical need for food. It is normal to experience a temporary loss of appetite, however, if it lasts for more than a day or two, it can be a sign of a serious underlying condition such as depression, cancer or eating disorder. It may also result to malnutrition, weight loss, lack of energy and impaired healing. read more
Air Supply
If you're one of the gym rats and fitness buffs out there, ask yourself if... read more
Boxing Your Way to Better Mental Health
Boxing has come a long way since it was first introduced to Filipinos many decades... read more
Choosing the Right Weight-loss Program for You
Before you start stocking your fridge with 100 cabbages, there are a few things you... read more
Cough It Out!
‘Pesteng ahem’ is the term popularly used for a cough in the vernacular, indicating the... read more
Fitness myths, Part 2
When you feel you have over exercised, that's when you stop training. One of the... read more
Gym 101: Your Guide to Working Out
Almost everyone has a horror story to tell about their first time at the gym.... read more
Middle Ground
If your aim is to lose weight and keep it off, a healthy lifestyle is... read more
Pole Dancing: Exercise with a Passion
Pole dancing as a risqué stunt is old news as it has already been officially... read more
Running Water
Running a marathon is a physical feat that requires adequate training... read more
Take a Breather
What is the best way to breathe during exercise? It depends on... read more
Testing Physical and Mental Limits
For many years now, scientists have been studying and trying to test and determine the... read more
The Need for Nutrition
There are a lot of eating fads out there - eat only this, eat more... read more
Weighty Issue
The common denominator between weight and thyroid problems is metabolism. The hormone thyroxine is responsible... read more
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