Nazareth Castellanos

The Body Knows What the Mind Has Not Yet Realized

Nazareth Castellanos is a neuroscientist and physicist with a doctorate in neuroscience with 20 years of working as research director of the Nirakara laboratory.

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Immortal Jellyfish: The Discovery that Opens New Possibilities for Medical Advances

Turritopsis Dohrnii, the Famous Immortal Jellyfish, has the Ability to Rejuvenate Itself and Live Forever

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Monkeypox Spreads Rapidly In Latin America

Monkeypox is advancing rapidly in Latin America and challenges the region due to the lack of vaccines.

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10 Benefits of Marijuana for Medical Use

Learn about ten of medical marijuana's benefits and how it's changing people's lives for the better. Some of its uses might surprise you

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Pink Noise, Lights and Alectricity: Advances In Treatments To Protect Memory

Deciphering how the brain works is one of the great ambitions of scientists. For this reason, new discoveries emerge every day that would allow us to enhance the functioning of the brain, cure diseases and protect memory.

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Why Should We Embrace Kaizen in Our Daily Lives?

The word Kaizen comes from the Japanese terms “Kai” meaning changes, and “Zen”, which alludes to getting better. This is why the union of the mentioned terms, could be described as the process of continuous improvement. 

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Polio Cases In Several Countries Have the Medical Community On Alert

In 2022 the presence of the polio virus has been detected in Jerusalem, London, and New York. This has raised concern in the medical community, which fears the virus will spread. Find out what you need to know about this topic.

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Drought in Europe: What Does the Future Hold For The Old Continent?

This is the worst drought in almost 500 years. It extends over large regions of Europe, in a historic summer characterized by high temperatures, lack of rain and large fires. Experts warn that it could last longer.

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Living in the U.S as a Nonresident

If you are a resident of the US but have not passed the citizenship test, you come into the nonresident alien category. Keep reading to know all the details about it

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Infographic: Microwave Popcorn and 4 Other Unhealthy Foods You Didn't Know About

More and More Researches Show that Various Processed Foods, Common in Everyday Life, cause Significant Damage to Health. We tell you About some of Them

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Girls: More Vulnerable To Mental Health Problems

Research conducted in 73 countries found that there is a gender gap in adolescent mental health. We tell you about the findings and explanations of this situation.


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Is Caffeine Bad Or Good For Your Health?

There are several studies that have analyzed the effects of regular caffeine consumption. 

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This Is How Music Can Improve Your Quality Of Life

Much is said about the relationship between music and health. That is why a recent study by Harvard University published the benefits of music in the emotional, psychological, and physical being of people

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What is Happening with the Monkeypox Vaccines in Latin America?

Currently, There is Only one Supplier of the Monkeypox Vaccine. However, PAHO has Already Begun Negotiations so that the Americas Region has Fair Access to Supplies

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Did You Know That You Can Charge Your Phone With Plant Energy?

The transition from fossil fuels to cleaner and renewable energies is essential to face the current energy crisis. In search of alternatives, new devices allow us to generate electricity from plants. 

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These Are the Risks That Women Have When Practicing Extreme Sports

The Woman Post shows you some risks you may face if you play extreme sports.

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Keys To Have More And Better Female Orgasms

More than 8,000 nerve endings are involved in the female orgasm. It is an explosion of pleasure and sensations. However, it is still a taboo subject in many spaces. We tell you about this physiological process and how to enhance it


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The Neuroscience of Broken Hearts: This Happens in Your Body After a Romantic Breakup

In Recent Decades, Several Studies Have Sought to Unravel at a Scientific Level Why we Fall in Love and Why Heartbreak has the Ability to Impact a Person so Profoundly. Find Out what Science Says About Broken Hearts

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Liga De La Leche, Mother-to-Mother Support Network

In 1956 two mothers, Mary White and Marian Tompson with five other mothers created the International Leche League, which today is found in more than 85 countries

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There are times when it is convenient to stop, take a breath to continue with your activities, releasing stress, and thus prevent entering states of anxiety.