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Work Anxiety: New International Measures To Protect Mental Health

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.

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Environmental Pollution Can Affect the Brain

An investigation found that during the first years of life, the brain can under go structural changes if it is exposed to atmospheric pollutants.

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6 Tips to Avoid Nightmares

In this article we explain the causes of nightmares and what to do to control or avoid them

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Cancer in Latin America: Main Cause of Premature Death

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

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A Strong Mind Makes a Resilient Being

Solving problems and resolving situations by properly managing the circumstances of life to get the best out of them depends on the mental resilience

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Infographic: Working Day, is it Feasible to Work Only 4 Days?

Different Countries and Companies are Giving the Debate about Adopting a Working Day of 4 days a Week. In this Infographic we tell you How the Pilot Plans have Turned Out and what the Proposal is

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What is Rainbow Fentanyl and Why is it Causing Concern?

Rainbow Fentanyl is a new Drug that is Spreading Throughout Various parts of Latin America and the United States and that is Claiming more and more Lives, Especially Young People.

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Who is Jarbas Barbosa da Silva Jr., the New Director of the Pan American Health Organization?

The Brazilian Jarbas Barbosa da Silva Jr. will be the New Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) for a Period of 5 years. We tell you About his Profile and the Challenges at the Helm of this Fundamental Organization for Health in Latin America


6 Podcasts That Will Help You Understand Emotions

Emotional regulation is a capacity that allows us to express emotions in a healthy way. It is a fundamental part of mental health care. For this reason, we bring you 6 podcasts that will allow you to understand emotions and how to regulate them.

Ryu Gwansun, Lee Sojeong and Sharon Choi

Korean Women Who Have Left a World Mark

Let's meet some profiles of women from this part of the planet who with courage and determination have broken stereotypes and imposed molds in their environment

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Get Into the Wave of the Podcasts of These Great Women

Meet in The Woman Post the best podcasts of women who want to transform the vision of other women, to create a social and sustainable approach among all of us.

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Adolescents' Insomnia and Insufficient Sleep: A Growing Problem

According to several studies, lack of sleep can lead to mental and cognitive illnesses, especially in early stages of life such as childhood and adolescence.

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5 Ways To Combat Anxiety And Stress

Moments of stress and anxiety are a regular part of almost everyone's life. Therefore, we recommend 5 activities that you can integrate into your routine and which will help you increase your relaxation and calm.

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What Is A Birth Plan And How Should You Do It?

According to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), approximately more than 27,000 boys and girls are born every day in Latin America and the Caribbean. The birth plan is a valuable document for childbirth

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What Is That That Gives Real Sense to Our Lives?

On many occasions, we feel vulnerable, afraid, or ashamed in situations that expose us and put us to the test.