“In America, the unhealthiest foods are the tastiest foods, the cheapest foods, the largest-portion foods.” It’s no secret that Americans have gotten much, much bigger over the past few decades. The signs
You probably have a vague sense that exercise is good for you—and you’ve probably heard that it’s “healthy for the heart.” But if you’re like most people, that’s not enough motivation to get you to break
After sinking untold sums of money into their construction, we can walk through the finished products and even live inside them. Here are some of the most ambitious projects from architects around the
A California city turns a dark tunnel into an inviting walkway Like most places in the U.S., the Silicon Valley city of Campbell made a big mistake a half-century ago. When California State Route 17 came
Take it from a cancer survivor: living each day like it’s your last is exhausting. Do small things that make you happy now instead Five years ago, I was diagnosed with an inoperable, rapidly fatal form
They are everywhere As the world turns to Rio for the 2016 Olympics, which officially kicks off tonight, there’s been quite a bit of not-so-pretty talk about how ill-prepared the Brazilian city is in every
No one really wants to live a life of blah mediocrity. But stuff just gets in the way. Life happens. Maybe you think you don't have control. Maybe you think it's too late to change your path. Hogwash.
wheninmanila.com - KC Canlas KC Canlas is an industrial engineer who left practice to pursue her passion for writing. She had a two-year stint as a software engineer for top-secret company. It would’ve been cool if it was S.H.I.E.L.D. She was the former editor of a tech magazine, HWM Philippines. She started as a contributor at WhenInManila.com in 2012. She is now the executive editor of the team. She loves to travel, specifically travel for food. If it’s trending, she’s “on it.” She is the main source of “hugot” on When In Manila. She vlogs from time to time.
A little cross-species camaraderie. Calling to each other with chirps and yelps, a species of bird and a tribe of humans in southeast Africa forage for honey in unison. The birds lead the way to hidden
Like paintings and sculptures, buildings can be beautiful works of art. We asked architects to tell us the one building that's a game-changer for building design, inspired them to become architects, or
Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug— something with "no accepted medical use" — means it is pretty tough to study. Yet numerous anecdotal reports as well as some studies have linked with
We’re just a couple of months away from the official start of summer, which means it’s time to actually start planning something for all those vacation days you've been hoarding since January. In need
In fact, one psychologist calls this time period the "defining decade," since it sets the stage for the rest of your life. We understand that might sound intimidating. To reduce some of the pressure, put
Are you focused on romantic love this Valentine's Day? If so, you're missing an opportunity! Building stronger connections with those around us can lead to a happier, healthier, more successful, and easier
The 90’s were very much a golden era for hip-hop. But since I was born in the 90’s, I’ve had to experience a lot of these great albums years after they were released, with no less appreciation. If you’re
As world leaders deliberate the best path to take towards a carbon free energy future, a remote national park on the banks of the Zambezi River in Zambia is leading the way in reducing its reliance on