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Why Are Women More Vulnerable to Heart Diseases?

Heart diseases pose a threat to women's health, with pregnancy and advanced age being the moments of greatest risk.

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Low Back Pain is the Leading Cause of Disability Worldwide

A British journal "The Lancet" study reveals that more than 600 million people suffered from low back pain in 2020. Here is what you should know about this ailment and how to prevent it

Elon Musk's Neuralink Gets Green Light to Test Human Brain Implants

Elon Musk's company, Neuralink, has obtained approval to test its brain implants in humans. The implications and challenges of this technological innovation invite deep reflection

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In The Americas, One Person Dies Every 34 Seconds From Smoking

Tobacco use decreases, but electronic cigarettes represent a growing danger in the Americas, according to the Pan American Health Organization

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Is Motherhood Possible With HIV?

Increased knowledge of this disease has allowed for the development of ways to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to the unborn baby.

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Pesticides In The Diet: 10 Dangerous Foods For Pregnant Women And Children

Discover the foods that hide an invisible threat: pesticides. Learn to choose wisely to safeguard the health of your family

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Why do we kiss on the mouth? Know the scientific explanation

Kissing is a demonstration of affection and desire in our society. However, have you ever wondered about the origin of kisses and whether all cultures have them? We're here to explain it to you.

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Women's Health: A Non Guaranteed Right in the Region

On International Women's Health Day, the debts to women's integrity are made visible as a result of poverty, violence, wars, discrimination, and social exclusion.

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Steps to Return to Fitness Life After Childbirth

Advice from Alexfitbox for Mothers Who Want to Regain Fitness

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This is How Blue Light from Mobile Devices Affects your Health

Spending much of the day with our eyes on mobile devices can have negative consequences, especially for our visual health. We tell you what to do to mitigate the inconvenience of blue light

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Maternity and Mental Health: A Social Issue and Taboos

The diagnosis of mental illness is not necessarily related to the exercise of motherhood.

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Next-generation genetic testing: a lifeline for cancer

Pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Thermo Fisher Scientific have partnered to expand access to testing for breast and lung cancer patients in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia

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Intrauterine fetal surgery, the medical advance to cure from the womb

With the purpose of reducing the risks of brain damage, spine or genetic malformations, for more than 40 years, intrauterine fetal surgeries have been performed in the world, a technique that has saved many lives

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5 Practical Tips for Managing Anxiety and Work Stress

Schedules, routines, commitments, self-demand, labor conflicts, and lack of motivation, among others, are some factors that can cause anxiety and work stress. Here are some tips to handle them

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New Drug Approval: How Does the Brain Change with Menopause?

The approval of Fezolinetant lets us see the relationship between the brain and menopause, and how it is more important than we might imagine

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Femicide: Why Do Protection Measures Fail?

The protection for women is limited to keeping the aggressor away without an education and follow-up strategy to prevent femicide

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WHO Advises Against the use of Sweeteners and Warns About its Risks

If you think light sweeteners are better than sugar, you could be wrong. The World Health Organization has suggested not using sweeteners for weight loss. We tell you about its dangers

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Long Life Learning: Which are the Countries with the Best Education for the Elderly?

The concept of Long Life Learning is rethinking the education model to offer educational programs for pensioners and older adults. Get to know the countries of Latin America and the world that are leading this trend

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SELF-MOTHERING and the art of learning to be a better mom.

Connect with your inner mother to develop a healthy motherhood

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Public care policies to protect mothers in Latin America

These are some of the public policies that should be adopted in the region to protect mothers, who have historically performed care work.