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Infographic: How To Be A Human Rights Defender?

On Human Rights Day we tell you what you need to know to be a human rights defender in your daily life

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Omicron Variant: The End of the Pandemic?

The Omicron variant could lead the way to the end of the pandemic or become a bigger problem. Here we tell you more about it

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Practicing Open-Monitoring Meditation to Make Fewer Mistakes

Do you often find that you forget things or make silly mistakes? A recent study from Michigan State University found that meditation can alter brain activity in ways that make you less error-prone. 

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Ways To Address Health Issues In Mass Media

The media has essential connections and methods of reaching the public, which makes media an excellent addition to the healthcare sector. The healthcare industry should look into using media to address different health issues

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A Healing Space To Connect With Our Inner Self

There are some real health benefits to writing down your thoughts on a piece of paper. Indeed, writing in diaries or journaling can be very cathartic.

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A Chewing Gum that could Reduce SARS-CoV-2 Transmission

In experiments using saliva samples from COVID-19 patients, the gum, which contains the ACE2 protein, neutralized the virus, according to research led by University of Pennsylvania scientists

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Did You Know That Women Have Better Empathy With Feline Pets?

Pets are a fundamental part of any person's life and are a source of fun and recreation.

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Interview: What Are The Advantages Of Remote Work?

We interviewed Silvia Valencia, a psychologist with experience in human resources, about the changes that the return to the office has brought

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Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Study Social Work

If you're considering going into social work, you should go into the sector. Here are some reasons why the decision is the best one for you.

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Infographic: ABC Of The Omicron Variant

The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has set off alarms around the world in recent days. Here we tell you everything you need to know about it

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Post-Workout Foods: What To Eat and What To Avoid

Working out will help you to stay fit and healthy. However, your diet will play a significant role in your performance and results.

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Opinion: To Figh HIV / AIDS, We Need To End Inequalities

Today we remember that to put an end to HIV / AIDS it is necessary to change the paradigm that has sustained this pandemic for decades: inequality

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When To Worry About the Eating Habits of Children?

There is one way in which children can be compared to adults: They all have different eating habits. However, adults sometimes expect them to follow specific eating patterns.

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Practice These 7 Ways To Rest and Relax

The reward for hard work shouldn't only be tied to a financial outcome. Resting is also crucial to find peace, ease and refresh our minds after a long day.

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Study Finds COVID-19 Infection During Pregnancy Leads to Distinct Immune Changes in Mother and Babie

Cleveland Clinic team publishes findings on how infection modulates the expression of different inflammatory molecules

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Let's Get Rid of Bad Eating Habits

Some families felt that having extra time at home led to a considerable increase in unhealthy snacks caused by the lockdown. In addition, they generated the storage and uncontrollable purchases of censer products by panic due to uncertainty.

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Procrastination, a Matter of Emotional Management

According to the lawyer and motivational speaker Mel Robbins, procrastination is a form of stress relief. In fact, the act of delaying tasks has nothing to do with work but with emotions.

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Does The COVID-19 Vaccine Really Work To Prevent Hospitalizations?

With the new wave of COVID-19, mandatory vaccination and its effectiveness, the application of third doses, and the confinements are in the public debate. Does the COVID-19 vaccine really work to prevent hospitalizations?

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Molnupiravir Pill: Alternative to COVID-19 Vaccine?

Merck has been developing an antiviral drug that promises to be an alternative to COVID-19 vaccine and a solution to the pandemic. Here we tell you all about this pill

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To Build Healthy Relationships, You Must Take Emotional Responsibility

Emotional responsibility is a very powerful and beautiful practice. However, it can be pretty challenging for some people.