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Journaling Gives Many Benefits to Your Mind and Soul

Journaling awakens intuition and allows you to work on your self-growth. This form of self-expression will also help you express your feelings, improve your mental health, and boost self-discovery.

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Whose Children? The Problem Of Surrogate Wombs In Ukraine

In recent years, Ukraine has become a destination for couples looking for a surrogacy. However, the war has made several dilemmas about surrogate motherhood evident. We tell you about this crisis

 

 

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The Coronavirus Slowed The Plan To End Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis research, diagnosis, and prevention were affected by the pandemic. The panorama in Latin America is worrying

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How To Love Again After Losing Your Partner?

If you are either a widow or lost someone in your life, you might wonder how to move on and love again after loss. Here are some tips to help you find happiness during this process.

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Exercise, the Best Ally Against Prolonged COVID

A recent study ensures that exercise can help reduce the effects of long-lasting COVID-19, one of the mysteries of the pandemic

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Caring for Caregivers. The World on Alert for the Mental Health of Health Personnel

A study by the WHO and PAHO yielded several worrying results regarding the dangers that these workers have like depression or suicide. What is their mental health situation and how much help have they received in Latin America?

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Pfizer requests authorization to apply fourth dose against COVID-19

While the pharmaceutical company awaits FDA approval to apply a fourth dose, it is also working on the creation of a new vaccine that works against any variant.

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Xenotransplantation, the best alternative for organ transplantation?

The chances of doing successful organ transplants have advanced in recent years. Learn more about xenotransplantation and its potential

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How to Talk to Children and Teenagers About War and Conflicts?

Nowadays, we live events that can be difficult to explain to the little ones. Here are some tips for talking to children and teenagers about war and other conflicts

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Endometriosis Day, An Invisible Disease

Endometriosis is a disease that consists of the growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, which can cause pain or infertility.

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World Glaucoma Day: What is it and How to Prevent it?

March 12 is World Glaucoma Day. To commemorate it, we tell you what it is and, above all, how you can prevent it

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What is the Rape Culture and How to Destroy it?

Violence against women has worrying numbers in Latin America and the world. Behind this phenomenon hides the rape culture that socially justifies sexist acts

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The United Nations Changes its Strategy for Gender Equality

UN Women has renewed its strategic plan towards the fulfillment of the SDGs and the achievement of effective rights for women and girls and gender equality

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WHO and Unicef ​​Point Out the False Advertisement of Powdered Milk for Babies

An investigation carried out by UNICEF reveals the risk that advertising represents for newborns when companies mislead manufacturing powdered milk for babies

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Teleworking: Tips to Improve your Work Environment at Home

If you work from home, at some point you have wondered about how to improve your space to make it comfortable and healthy. In this article we give you tips to improve your teleworking experience

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Infographic: Countries That No Longer Use a Mask

Do you know which countries have lowered their COVID-19 restrictions the most? These are some of the countries where masks are no longer used

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Maintain Your Pool Without Hiring a Professional

Do you find it expensive to hire an expert pool cleaner from time to time? Well, I guess it’s time to eliminate that habit. Nowadays, it’s more practical to have your own pool robot cleaner. Let’s discuss why owning one is a good idea.

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Abortion depenalized in Colombia. How will this impact public health?

This Monday, February 21, the Constitutional Court made the decision to decriminalize abortion in Colombia until week 24. How will this impact public health?

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Candida Auris: The Superfungus that could be Worse than COVID-19

The health systems of several countries are concerned about the health emergency that could be caused by Candida Auris, a superfungus resistant to antibiotics

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Study shows new drug combination more effective against SARS-CoV-2

University of Maryland School of Medicine research shows experimental drug together with drugs approved by FDA for emergency use blocked replication of the virus in human cells and mice