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Coronavirus And Childhood Hepatitis Are They Related?

The new acute childhood hepatitis is affecting children under ten years of age in various countries around the world. Although its origin is unknown, recent evidence links it to COVID-19

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Keys To Increase Fertility On A Daily Basis

On June 4, World Fertility Day is celebrated to raise awareness about the increase in problems associated with infertility. Know some factors, related to habits, that you must take into account to take care of your fertility

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New Lung Cancer Treatment Could Reduce Mortality

Combining chemotherapy with immunotherapy in early lung cancer patients causes 36% of tumors to disappear, new study finds

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Grounding: A Life-Changing Practice With Great Health Benefits

What if we could recharge our batteries, literally charging our body with energy from the Earth? In reality, we only need to get rid of our shoes to enjoy the endless health benefits that touching the ground with our feet can bring.

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Interview: Childhood Anxiety, How To Manage It?

During childhood, taking care of mental health is increasingly important. Anxiety is one of the most frequent diagnoses and it is essential that parents know how to prevent it

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Infographic: This is everything you need to know about monkeypox

With more than 131 confirmed cases of monkeypox in non-endemic countries, the world's alarms are raised in the face of an outbreak of this disease. We tell you everything you need to know about monkeypox

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5 Important Reasons to Have a Will

If you plan ahead and do it wisely, you can ensure a brighter future for the generations to come. Here, a will becomes an extraordinarily useful tool

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Health and Migration, a Challenging Combination for Latin America

The Region has one of the Largest Migratory Movements in the World, According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM). However, many Migrants are in a Situation of Vulnerability. Health Care is a Challenge Today

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Spain Aims To Protect Reproductive Health Rights

Spain is set to become the first western nation to propose three days of menstrual health leave. The country would be following Japan, South Korea, and Indonesia. Also, there's a proposal to end the tax on menstrual products.

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Infographic: Burnout Syndrome: How to Detect and Prevent it?

Work Stress is Increasingly Common and can Trigger a Syndrome with Various Symptoms that Impair Quality of Life. Preventing it and Treating it in Time is Essential.

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Contraceptive Methods: A Shared Responsibility?

Sexual and reproductive health is a human right to which all people should have access. However, is it the women's or the men's responsibility to use contraceptive methods?

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Interview: Egalitarian Masculinities, Urgent in Latin America

Given the Worrying Cases of Gender Violence in the Region, it is Necessary to Work on Reeducation and Prevention. That Men Know and Apply Healthier Masculinities is Necessary.

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Opinion: It is Time to Talk About Menstruation, Motherhood and Menopause

It is not Only about the Painful Menstruation License or the Menstrual Subsidy, we must Normalize Talking About These Issues in our Daily Conversations.

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Gallery: Family Day: These are the Paternity and Maternity Leaves in Latin America

One of the Great Challenges Facing Parents Today is Reconciling Work Life With Family Life. On the Occasion of International Family Day, we tell you about the Status of Paternity and Maternity Leave in the Region

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Why is Latin America one of the regions with the worst work-life balance?

A recent OECD report places countries such as Mexico and Colombia very poorly on the list of states that allow their citizens to better balance personal life with workloads

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International Fibromyalgia Day: Invisibility and Pain

Fibromyalgia is a disease that causes severe pain and sensitivity that makes people, especially women, suffer from chronic fatigue. However, it is an unknown disease, for which there is neither a cure nor a clear diagnosis.

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Amethyst Project: Music Therapy for the Elderly

Meet in The Woman Post the great Amethyst Project, an alternative for the elderly that helps in treatments and their well-being.

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PAHO Creates a Special Plan for Mental Health in Latin America

The Low Priority Given to Mental Health Care and the Devastating Effects of the Pandemic Have Led to the Creation of a High-level Commission in the Region.

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Toxic Friendships and How To End Them

There is a saying that we meet somebody for a reason, a season, or for life. And sometimes, there comes the point at crossroads where we wonder whether or not it is time to walk away from that friendship.

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The Myth of Using the Morning After Pill

Oh, God! Will I have gotten pregnant? This is the question millions of women ask themselves hours after having unprotected sex. The possibility of an unwanted conception terrifies them.