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    Viruses and the Rainy Season: A Microscopic Chess Game

    Both seasonal influenza virus and the SARS-CoV-2 generate uncertainty due to their coexistence in the coming months

    Costa Rica Continues to be the Latin American Country with the Highest Rate of...

    The Costa Rican Health Minister Daniel Salas reported that after 28 days of isolation in a special...
    Can Cannabis Be a Cure for Coronavirus

    Can Cannabis Be a Cure for Coronavirus?

    The arrival of the Covid-19 virus has changed the life of a large part of humanity worldwide, and meanwhile, scientists have set about creating a vaccine that will help prevent further spread as soon as possible

    How Bats and Pangolins Are Responsible For Transmitting the COVID-19

    The studies that have been carried out after the appearance of the Coronavirus, indicate that it has...

    Inciensa Confirms 2 New Imported Cases of Measles for Children of American Origin

    The results of the Costa Rican Institute of Research and Education in Nutrition and Health (Inciensa) confirmed on Thursday that 2 minors,...

    All You Need to Know About the Human Papilloma Virus

    The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. In this issue, we will guide you through everything you...
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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...

    Lack of fear of Zika is main risk in combating the virus

    There is a lack of fear of Zika among the Costa Rican population, which has created problems in avoiding the spread of the virus. Citizens'...

    80% of indigenous zika cases concentrated in Puntarenas

    Eight of the ten zika cases that have appeared in the country are concentrated in the province of Puntarenas. Of the eleven cantons that form...

    H1N1 in Costa Rica: FAQ

    The potentially deadly strain of influenza A has reached Costa Rica half a decade after the global pandemic supposedly ended. There’s been a lot of...
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