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Political war and 3 other consequences of the Coronavirus
The recent pandemic has rocked the world of politics.
Challenges and opportunities for women in physics
What challenges do women face in this field of science and what can they do to overcome them?
The benefits of distance learning in the quarantine
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, some institutions decided to implement virtual classes. Let's see some benefits of this modality!
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Coronavirus: state of emergency in Latin America
Latin American countries have declared a state of emergency due to the outbreak of Coronavirus. What does this mean?
Argentina: 4 million people live in precarious conditions
That number corresponds to people who live living in slums, towns, and settlements in precarious conditions.
Latin America against Coronavirus
The late arrival of the virus in the region allowed governments to prepare ahead of time and many are taking extreme prevention measures.
Mexico: March 9, no women in the streets
After the massive marches on March 8, Mexican women continued to leave a message with the #ElNueveNingunaSeMueve campaign.
Study shows best practices to protect healthcare workers from COVID-19
Exactly zero Hong Kong healthcare workers contracted COVID-19 after six weeks of the outbreak.
Highlighting women's achievements makes them want to be the boss
Highlighting female achievements in the workplace makes capable women significantly more likely to want to be the boss, a study shows
5 tips to start working from home
The work situation is changing due to the coronavirus. Here we give you some tips so you can learn how to work from home effectively.
Food prices after Brexit could increase by £50 per week
The effects of Brexit on different food types and what this will mean for families has been measured by research from the University of Warwick.
The effects of China's one-child policy on women's education
In China, the One-Child Policy was the biggest social movement that fundamentally changed the lives and family structure of the entire generation born in the 1960s
How have some countries stopped the Coronavirus?
While the Coronavirus outbreak is just beginning in Latin America, some of the countries where it started are already saying goodbye to it.
COVID-19 workers get training to protect their own health
The National Institutes of Health will launch a new website with important educational resources for Coronavirus workers.
Working women healthier even after retirement age
A new study found that women who worked consistently during their prime midlife working years had better health than non-working women later in life.
Are women getting adequate nutrition during preconception and pregnancy?
Higher level education was associated with improved adherence to dietary guidelines in pregnant women. Find out more in here
How to manage cancer care during COVID-19 pandemic
"Our goal is to keep our cancer patients and staff safe while continuing to provide compassionate, high-quality care under new circumstances".
Coronavirus: 3 sports events rescheduled
Given the magnitude of the situation, several sports organizations decided to reschedule these sporting events
NFL: How are the free agents doing?
There is an uproar in American football due to the departure of the star quarterback, but be careful, it may not be the only striking move in the league.
Incredible! Sports have never stopped like this
It took a world war to stop major sporting events in the world more than 70 years ago. Now, COVID-19 has done it again.
Sports events that have NOT been canceled by COVID19
Not all sports in the world will be canceled by the latest pandemic, some still resist to do it.
Luka Doncic: Europe's ambassador to the NBA
The Slovenian player is the leader of the Dallas Mavericks, no one doubts that he is a 'superstar' despite his short time in the league.
World athletes affected by coronavirus
COVID-19 continues its stampede through the world of sports, this time, affecting the athletes themselves.
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