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Opinion: We are proud, but there is still a long way to go

The celebration of the Pride month reminds us that, despite the progress that has been made, full acceptance is still far away

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Interview: Is a Drug-free World Really Possible?

We spoke with Alejandra Medina, member of ATS and Échele Cabeza, about drugs, consumption and legalization

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Lowering Your Pace for Being More Productive

Although people feel guilty for slowing down, rest is a productive activity and helps improve the quality of our lives.

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3 Ways Digital Tools Help Men to Get Mental Health Support

Whatever the circumstances, dealing with mental illness is a highly challenging thing to experience. Regardless of gender, mental illness doesn’t discriminate

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Blaming COVID-19 can help couples weather pandemic-related stress

People who blamed their stress on the pandemic more than on their partner were happier in their relationship, a new study in Social Psychological and Personality Science reports

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Is there a COVID-19 weak point?

The reproduction of COVID-19 can be inhibited by chemical compounds, reducing the multiplication of the virus in infected cells

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Are some anti COVID-19 vaccines more effective than others?

It is clear that vaccines against COVID-19 have been shown to be highly effective, but is it true that some are more effective than others?

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Are the Efforts of Large Companies Towards Healthier Eating Enough?

Nestlé Company has made progressive changes to reduce sugar in most of its food and beverages.

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Infographic: Do you know what the Delta variant is?

This is everything you need to know about the new variant of the coronavirus

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3 Tips To Rejuvenate Your Brain

For your brain what you think, feel and do is the same, this means that it has the same neural weight and therefore it is valued as something real.

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How coronavirus aerosols travel through our lungs

A new study from the University of Technology Sydney models what happens when we inhale coronavirus aerosols

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5 Great Medical Advances Overshadowed By COVID-19

These Are Five Medical Advances That Were Overshadowed By the Pandemic

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3 best theraphy apps to get started

Do you want to work on your mental health but don't know where to start? These 3 apps can help you

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5 Signs That You Are in a Toxic Relationship

Couples can sometimes normalize mistreatment and toxic attitudes. 

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Interview: How can you help a person with anxiety?

Would you like to help someone with anxiety or having a panic attack? Here we give you some professional advice

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5 Things I Wish No One Had Told Me When My Dad Passed Away

Losing a close person brings a huge emotional burden.

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How long can natural immunity to COVID-19 last?

After long months of uncertainty about the immunity time against the coronavirus, the scientific community seems to have an answer

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Which Type of Milk Is the Best Among All the Options?

We have all witnessed how alternative milk products become more popular every day. 

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Stop Negative Stress From Damaging Your Brain

Are you having trouble resting, not sleeping well, and feeling tense and irritable?

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How To Identify Toxic Optimism

In recent times I have seen the boom of naive optimism which instead of doing good ends up doing a lot of damage.