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    How To Overcome The Fear Of Getting Sick?

    How To Overcome The Fear Of Getting Sick?

    When it comes to fear of getting sick, paralyzes and gravely distresses us, creating a strong discomfort that prevents us from continuing

    Violin and Musicalized Stories Alleviate Multiple Sclerosis Patients at the San Carlos Hospital

    According to an old saying, music heals everything. That is why that, at the San Carlos Hospital, a group of 20 patients suffering from...

    Nymphomania: Simple Sex Addiction or Disease?

    Nymphomania is a term used to describe an unofficial mental disorder specific to women, including compulsive sexual behavior, hyper-sexuality, and sex addiction...

    Lying as a Disease: A Mythomaniac’s Life

    Mythomania is a behavioral disorder. The person who suffers from it is addicted to lying. The psychologist Juan Moisés de la Serna,...

    Detox your life in Costa Rica

    All disease is a manifestation of the body’s toxicity.  Until we give the body a chance to cleanse and heal itself we will stay...
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    Cold or Influenza? Listen to Your Body!

    Having a cold is a nuisance: your nose is running, your throat hurts and your ears ache from pressure. In other words: you feel sick...

    Fear of Zika leads pregnant women in Jaco to be cautious

    The pregnant women of the Garabito canton understand the severity of the Zika virus, as 119 of the 351 confirmed cases have been from this region. They...

    Hummus Among Other Dips Less Healthy Than We Think

    For years hummus and other dips like it have been marketed as a light snack with health benefits. However, recent studies have surfaced revealing...

    Ministry of Health Confirms 10 Zika Pregnancies

    The number of pregnant women in Costa Rica who have contracted the zika virus continues to grow. In little under a week the number...

    More than 3 million Costa Ricans are overweight or obese

    Obesity is among the most common health problems in the country and in Latin America In Costa Rica, 64.2% of the population suffers from this...

    Enjoy the Best Coffee in the World, and Protect Your Liver Too

    Coffee is part of our lives and an essential component of the essence of being tico, but now there's even more reason to drink...
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    Zika Virus: FAQ

    First H1N1, now Zika? Read about the world’s latest epidemic in TCRN’s FAQ. Earlier today, the World Health Organization declared Zika a global health emergency....

    10 Delicious Costa Rican Superfoods You Should be Eating Daily

    We are currently living in an age where we are bombarded with information. It comes in all forms on a variety of subjects, none...

    All Proceeds From the Costa Rica Film Premier for ‘The Theory of Everything’ Will...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The film premiere of The Theory of Everything, about the life of Stephen Hawking, will raise funds to support two...

    Costa Rican Housewives are the Most Susceptible to Chikungunya

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - According to the Ministry of Health, Costa Rican housewives are the part of the population most affected by...

    Costa Rica Launches Extensive Study on the Early Detection and Treatment of Cervical Cancer

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - In March, Costa Rica will launch a study that aims to improve the early detection and treatment of malignant...
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    Good News for Gastric Cancer Patients: Costa Rican Hospital Attains 66% Remission Rate

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Gastric cancer, a disease that affects about 34 people per 100,000 inhabitants, has been cured in 66 percent...

    Like European Wines of the Past, Experts Say Coffee Must Genetically Evolve in Order...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – At the XXVIII International Coffee Week (Sintercafé) conference in Costa Rica, experts claimed that the future of coffee in...

    It’s Mustache Season! Ticos Unite for Prostate Cancer Awareness in ‘Movember’

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – If October is the month of the rose as a symbol against breast cancer, in November it’s growing a...

    Ministry of Health Assures No Panic is Needed; Costa Rica is Proactive and Ready...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – More concrete actions were reported this morning by the authorities of the Ministry of Health and Costa Rican...

    Illegal Alien in Costa Rica Suspected to Have Ebola

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – After performing medical tests at the Calderón Guardia hospital the Health Ministry has ruled out that the African...

    Two Nuns Quarantined for Ebola in El Salvador After Returning From the Congo

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Two missionary nuns from the Democratic Republic of the Congo are in quarantine in El Salvador since last...

    Legalizing Drugs: Costa Rica and the World Moving Towards Policy Reform

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - It’s exhilarating when the ground shifts under policies once thought permanent and unchangeable—when the unthinkable becomes commonsense. That...

    Keep Your Costa Rica Pet Happy and Healthy With Preventative Parasite Care

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Taking preventive measures may help ward off fleas and ticks from your pets and at the same time, prevent the...

    Health Fair in San Pablo Will Focus on Cardiovascular Disease and Prevention

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – As a way to create awareness among the public about heart disease, the community of San Pablo de...

    Feeling Under the Weather? Over 1,300 People in Palmares Have Respiratory Infections Too

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The increase in cases of acute respiratory infections are worrying the municipal authorities in the canton of Palmares,...

    Costa Rica Creates First Family Plan in Central America for Alzheimer’s Patients

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The country will have a national plan for Alzheimer's by next week, a disease that is increasing in...

    Cuba Showing Promising Results With Stem Cell Treatment Programs

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Stem cell treatments in Cuba have benefited some 6,195 patients since it began its implementation in 2004 up...

    Are Costa Rica’s Hot Springs Safe?

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Floating on your back or dipping the your head underwater are common actions when enjoying a natural hot...

    Exporters Must Comply With New Gluten Labeling Demands to Ship to the USA

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Food and Drug Administration approved a regulation this week that all products which do not contain gluten must...

    New Surgery Changing the Lives of Ticos With Heart Problems

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Calderon Guardia Hospital unveiled a new breakthrough in surgery: a novel method of heart valve replacement. This type of surgery...

    Traditional Costa Rican Dishes Make a Gluten-free Lifestyle Simple and Cheap

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Traditional dishes of Costa Rica are the perfect match for people who are gluten sensitive or celiac, since...

    Costa Rica Prepares ‘Green Alert’ to Fight the Chikungunya Virus

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) –The Ministry of Health is preparing for the declaration of a ‘green alert’ for chikungunya in the country. According to the Director...

    Costa Rica Children’s Hospital Receives WHO Cleanliness Certification

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The National Children's Hospital is now an "Expert Center in Hand Hygiene," a recognition that only 10 countries...

    Brazilian Company Creates Genetically Modified Mosquitoes to Fight Disease

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Brazil has opened the first factory producing transgenic mosquitoes in the country, a technology that, if adopted, may...

    Six Cases of Chikungunya Confirmed in Costa Rica – Know the Signs!

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rican health officials confirmed this morning that 40 patient samples from different parts of the country where...

    Costa Rica Confirms Its First Case of the Chikungunya Virus in the Country

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) –Last Friday, two people suspected of having the Chikungunya virus have been confirmed by health authorities this morning that the results...

    Dengue in Costa Rica Down 70% But Still Concentrated in Three Areas

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Although the overall level of dengue cases decreased to 70% compared to the same week last year, in...

    Chikungunya Virus Now Threatens All of Central America and the Caribbean

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Last December the first case of the chikungunya virus was recorded in America, which still has no cure...

    Costa Rican Physicians to Receive Free Training on the Chikungunya Virus

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Physicians will be able to receive free training on the new virus called chikungunya, which has not yet entered...
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