After Several Days of the Maximum Competition in the World Cup in Qatar, There Have Been Many Surprises, not Only in Terms of the Scores, but Also in Terms of Injuries and the Health of the Players. In Addition, FIFA has a New Medical Protocol
On Tuesday, November 15, the Tenth Edition of Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants was held in Mérida (Mexico). There the Two Best Chefs in the Region were Chosen, Who Exalt Latin American Gastronomy, we will tell you Their Stories
Practicing wellness means equipping your body with the arsenal that helps fight off threats and employing techniques that support your mental well-being so that you can keep stress at bay and enjoy life
Cancer in Young People in Latin America has set Off Alarms; A Phenomenon that Responds to a Series of Causes that, from the Region's Health Entities and Through Research, have Aroused Interest. What's Going On? Here we Tell you.
Lead Poisoning is Responsible for One Million Deaths a Year, According to Information from the WHO. Children and Pregnant Women are Among the Most Vulnerable Groups to this Toxic Heavy Metal, Which is Present in Various Everyday Objects. We tell you ...
According to the World Health Organization, a Woman During her Fertile Life uses Around 15,000 Disposable Pads and Tampons, which Take 500 Years to Decompose. However, There are more and more Sustainable Alternatives
October is a month dedicated to raising awareness about breast cancer prevention. We interviewed Dr. Johanna Paola Ibarra, a specialist in Breast and Soft Tissue Surgery at the National Institute of Cancerology of Colombia, to clarify doubts
Researchers have discovered that the monkeypox virus is mutating. Although the implications that this may have on the behavior of the virus and the disease are not known, it does concern the scientific community. We tell you why
For a long time, it has been very difficult for women to earn a place in leadership without being judged for being selfish, inquisitive, or dominant, which is why what has been called the "sympathy dilemma".
Mental health problems have been increasing in the world in recent years. Ensuring safe work environments is essential to guarantee the mental health of the population. The WHO and the ILO have created new global guidelines for states and employers.
Cancer in Latin America claims the lives of nearly 700,000 people annually. Prostate, breast, colorectal, lung and stomach are the most common. In LatinAmerican Post we make a sweep with the main statistics that cancer leaves in the continent