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    Costa Rican Olympic Committee Asks the Government to Vaccinate against COVID-19 the Entire Tico...

    The Costa Rican Olympic Committee (CON-CRC) asked the Government of the Republic to consider immunization against the novel Coronavirus of the complete delegations that...

    Changing the Way You Do Remote Work Will Prevent Virtual Meeting Fatigue

    The Pandemic is having a profound impact on the way we work; the disruption that we are going through is already seen in an...

    Childhood Obesity, a Growing Health Issue in Costa Rica

    When we talk about childhood obesity, we are not just referring to a few extra pounds. We also refer to a health problem that...

    Costa Rica Approves Use of AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine

    The National Vaccination and Epidemiology Commission (CNVE) approved the use of the COVID-19 vaccine from the company AstraZeneca. The vaccine will be applied to...

    Physical Activity is a Mental Oasis for Work Productivity

    Getting the most out of collaborators in a company, offering a high return on investment, can be obtained thanks to the most powerful, democratic...

    Here’s What You Need to Know about Papillomavirus Vaccination

    Cervical cancer is the third most common among women in Latin America and the Caribbean but one that can be prevented through vaccination. Vaccines...

    Costa Rican Authorities Announce That They Have Already Secured the Necessary Doses to Vaccinate...

    More than 159 thousand vaccines against COVID-19 will arrive in the country this week, with the announcement that 115,380 doses of Pfizer / BioNTech...

    Do You Know Well What You Eat?

    Food is more than what we consume, therefore we must know everything that is behind the harvest or when to serve it on your...

    In Costa Rica, Horses Heal Pain and Sadness

    When María Lourdes caresses the shiny brown coat of "Presidente" at a park in Costa Rica, an energy travels through her body and explodes...

    Costa Rica is Experiencing Another Great Threat: Excessive Consumption of Sodium

    This April 1st, 2021, the Tico Ministry of Health gave a little encouraging data. The adult population of Costa Rica consumes an average of...

    Costa Rica Registers a 113-year-old Patient Recovered From COVID-19

    Costa Rica registers a 113-year-old patient recovered from COVID-19, he is the oldest person who has overcome SARS-CoV-2 in our country. The record was...

    Costa Rica Already Registers More People Vaccinated Than Positive Cases of COVID-19

    Costa Rica began 2021 with a significant decrease in new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, a trend that has been maintained throughout this first...

    Barefoot Children Have Advantages

    Walking in the mall, the temptation for some women is shoes, after observing many types of footwear, they go to the children's section and...

    Costa Rican Authorities Make a Call Not to Relax Sanitary Protocols Due to the...

    The authorities of the Costa Rican National Commission for Risk Prevention and Emergency Attention (CNE) and the Ministry of Tourism reiterated the call for...

    Costa Rica Among the Countries with the Least Cases of Tuberculosis

    Costa Rica is today among the 15 countries in America with the fewest notified cases of tuberculosis per year, with about 500, which is...

    Costa Rica is Also Interested in Russian COVID-19 Vaccine

    Days before the Costa Rican ambassador to India stated that the Costa Rican authorities are interested in the Covaxin vaccine developed in India, the...

    38 Social Security Centers in Costa Rica Apply Rapid Tests to Detect ...

    The Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) implemented the mixed use of molecular and antigen tests - also known as rapid tests - for...

    With Regards to: “World Salt Awareness Week”, Eat Less Salt and Avoid Heart Disease

    Consuming too much salt and sodium can lead to increased blood pressure, causing 9.4 million deaths a year and the main risk factor for...

    How to Work Remotely Without Losing Your Health

    There is no doubt that the situation generated by COVID-19 has made us rethink many aspects, some intentionally and others, unfortunately, forcedly. Among them,...

    COVID-19 Infections in Costa Rica Drop for the Eighth Week: No Canton is at...

    The graph on the contagion of COVID-19 in Costa Rica leaves no room for doubt: the Pandemic is slowing down in the country and...

    Do You Know Adults Over 80 Years Old in Costa Rica Who Have Not...

    There are 148,000 people, between 80 and more than 100 years old, according to statistics from the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS). The...

    Does Circumcision Protect Against HIV?

    When we hear the word Pandemic we probably think of the unnameable that takes away our ability to perceive aromas and flavors, however, that...

    Learn How to Prevent Venous Diseases

    Pain, swelling, heaviness, difficulty standing for more than 15 or 20 minutes, varicose veins, spider veins and numbness in the legs, are some symptoms...

    Recommendations to Protect Your Hearing While Remote Working

    Having good hearing health is a fundamental pillar for daily life and work. However, the new dynamics imposed by the Pandemic, where teleworking is...

    Costa Rica Needs to Update its Obesity Statistics to Counter this Health Crisis

    On World Obesity Day, the President of the College of Nutrition Professionals, Dr. Norma Meza, recalled the importance of knowing the status of nutritional...

    The World Tourism Organization Warns About the Continuous Closure of Global Tourist Destinations

    A third of the 218 tourist sites in the world continue to be closed to visitors as part of the measures implemented to deal...

    Humanizing Health Makes Us More Humane

    “The humanization of health services (it is not to say that it is doing it wrong), it is that the health professional needs these supplies, needs these tools, needs training according to the specific area

    The World Won’t Defeat the Coronavirus This Year, Warned the World Health Organization

    It is unrealistic to believe that the world will defeat the COVID-19 Pandemic by the end of this year, the World Health Organization (WHO)...

    Tinamastes Fair: Natural Color, Production and Consumption of Organic Food

    The global health crisis of COVID-19 has not been limiting for Ticos to continue to have a variety of organic products from the best...
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    Does Stress Affect My Body?

    When do we realize that stress is affecting our body? or better, do you know what stress is?

    AstraZeneca Vaccine Against COVID-19 Receives Authorization from the Costa Rican Ministry of Health

    The vaccine developed by the British pharmaceutical AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford received the endorsement of the Costa Rican Ministry of Health this...

    Healthy Snacks at Home and Educational Centers

    With the return to classes, not only will the students' learning modality change, but also the way they eat, which must be adapted to...

    Tico Health Minister States that 5 Factors Have Influenced in the Steady Decline of...

    Between this past Saturday and Monday, 996 new cases were reported, said Daniel Salas, Tico Minister of Health. There were 239 new cases on...
    Russia Organizes Schedule for Application of COVID-19 Vaccines

    “People Who Do Not Attend On Time for Their Second Vaccine Against COVID-19 Will...

    The Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) began with the vaccination against COVID-19 to the population over 58 years of age

    Costa Rica Convened Regional Dialogue on Vaccines Against SARS-CoV-2

    Representatives of the member countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA), convened by Costa Rica, shared experiences and good practices today for the...

    Coronavirus Accelerated Arrival of Fourth Industrial Revolution in Costa Rica

    The Pandemic caused by the Coronavirus accelerated the arrival of the fourth industrial revolution in Costa Rica, based on the use of technological tools...

    COVID-19 Vaccination and Pregnancy

    Having such a novel vaccine for covid-19 in times of Pandemic makes it difficult for a woman who is pregnant or breastfeeding whether to...

    Costa Rica is Still Free of COVID-19 Variants Detected in the United Kingdom, South...

    The most recent sequencing of complete SARS-CoV-2 genomes, prepared by the Costa Rican Institute for Research and Education in Nutrition and Health (Inciensa), ruled...

    Immunotherapy to Beat Cancer

    In Costa Rica, in 2020, there were 13,139 new cases of cancer and 6,028 people died from this disease, according to data from the Global Cancer Observatory.

    COVID-19 Cases Fall In Costa Rica As More Tests Are Carried Out

    While other countries suffer serious increases in their rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, Costa Rica meets three consecutive weeks with these indicators...
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