Chocolate May Exacerbate Acne

At the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, a group of researchers found that the consumption of pure chocolate made of 100% cocoa can exacerbate facial acne vulgaris within days in people who are acne prone.

Murder Mystery Dinner in San Jose Guarantees a Shocking Halloween Surprise

  The Little Theatre Group invites you to attend their upcoming Halloween event, Come Dine On Me, an interactive murder mystery featuring a well-known psychopath. The...

The Latin Codex will be Hosted in Costa Rica

Costa Rica will host the next Codex Alimentarius for Latin America and the Caribbean (CCLAC), for the 18th meeting.THE CCLAC discuss issues on the...

Health Choices Costa Rica Making Quality Health Care Affordable

Health Choices Costa Rica, born out of Health Choices International, is a medical tourism facilitator and healthcare development company within this Central American country.Their...

Save a Life! There are Only Six Organ Donors per Million People in Costa...

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Earlier this year Costa Rica made headlines nationally and internationally due to unethical organ trafficking, but another important...

A Non-Traditional Approach to an Old Problem

I have always relied on the medical profession as the answer to physical problems.  However, I recently had an unusual experience and as a...

AH1N1 vaccinations start next week

by TCRN StaffMedical centers across the country next week will notify patients who have been selected to be the first to receive the vaccine...

Costa Rica Seeks to Approve Biomedical Research Despite Controversy

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The project to support research in humans in Costa Rica took a step this week by receiving a...

44.5 Percent of Sexually Active Young Costa Ricans Never Use Condoms

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The II National Youth Survey  revealed that 44.5% of sexually active Costa Ricans, aged between 15 and 35, never...

Ombudsman Expects Approval For Costa Rica IVF

Ofelia Taitelbaum, the Defensoría de los Habitantes (Ombudsman's office), expressed confidence that the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (Inter-American Court) will order the ban...
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