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    One in Four People Will Suffer From Hearing Problems by 2050

    One in four people in the world will suffer from hearing problems by 2050, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned this past week, and...

    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)...
    People Vaccinated Against the Coronavirus can Still Transmit It says Costa Rican Scientist

    World Health Organization Advocates Suspending Intellectual Property of COVID-19 Vaccines

    The World Health Organization (WHO) advocated taking seriously the suspension of patents on the vaccines that are being developed today in the world against...

    Costa Rica Among the Countries With The Cleanest Air In The World

    Billions more suffer the effects of poor air quality. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO)

    The WHO Warned of the Serious Long-term Side Effects of COVID-19

    The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned that many patients with COVID-19, whether or not they have been hospitalized,...
    The WHO Confirms the Origin of COVID-19

    The WHO Confirms the Origin of COVID-19

    The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has put an end to doubts about the origin of the novel Coronavirus
    US Refuses to Participate in WHO Fund to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Equitably

    US Refuses to Participate in WHO Fund to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Equitably

    The Trump administration assured this September 1st  that it will not participate in the Covax mechanism, which would seek to distribute Covid-19 vaccines equitably in countries with fewer resources

    WHO Affirms That Cases of Reinfection by COVID-19 Are Very Rare

    The World Health Organization (WHO) determined that, despite the increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide and the confirmation of reinfection, these cases are atypical and...

    New Measures In Costa Rica Due to the Exponential Growth of Covid-19

    The government of Costa Rica will reveal today the new measures to try to contain the exponential growth of COVID-19, after the alarming record...
    The World Health Organization Removed Cannabis from the Drug Category

    The World Health Organization Removed Cannabis from the “Drug” Category

    The debate on the subject of whether Cannabis should still be on the list of drugs has been brought to a new phase, when the World Health Organization (WHO), in its last general balance, eliminated this substance from the “drug” category

    Coronavirus: Will It Be a Key Accelerator for Remote Work?

    The day on which Coronavirus was declared a global alert by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the threat of spread outside of China,...

    The Science behind the Factors that Influence Healthy Aging

    Thanks to the findings of several researchers like Dr. Alexander Leaf, and later Dr. Michel Poulain, Dr. Luis Rosero Bixby, the Willcox brothers, as...

    Water: An Invaluable Treasure

    According to the phrase "every drop counts" and, in these times, opening the tap and getting quality water, drinkable, and accessible, it is really...

    WHO Launches Global Strategy Designed by Costa Rican Scientists that Will Benefit 2.7 Million...

    As of this year, more than 2.7 million people living in poverty who suffer from snakebite poisonings will have new hope in the global...

    Depression Is the 5th Cause of Disability in Costa Rica

    Among the most common mental disorders that affect the Costa Rican population is depression, which can commonly be triggered by suicidal behavior. This is...

    ICT Will Allocate US$ 1.5 Million for Beach Lifeguard Program

    The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) will include in its budget for 2020, 2021 and 2022, the sum of US $ 500,000 annually to...

    Only in 2 Latin American Countries Is Safe to Drink Tap Water

    Drinking tap water is not something that all people are used to, much less if you are visiting another country. That is why the Canadian...

    Measures Against Chemical Pollution Are Urgent!

    Countries will not meet the agreed goal of minimizing the adverse impacts of chemicals and waste by 2020, which means that urgent measures are...

    Smartphones and MP3 Are Causing Serious Hearing Problems in Young People

    The World Health Organization (WHO), concerned about the hearing health of smartphone users and other MP3 players, issued a non-binding regulation on the sound...

    Costa Ricans Consume Almost Double Salt of What They Should

    Costa Rica almost doubles the amount of salt that, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), should be consumed, a situation that is worrying...

    Anxiety: When Emotions Compromise Your Health

    Many times we feel a constant pressure to which we subject ourselves either in the workplace or in social relationships, in addition to the...

    Top-6 Countries with the Best Health Care Systems in the World 2019

    "The medical bills you can pay, the doctors who make home visits and the medical care so that affordable retirees simply pay out of...

    Menopause: A New Beginning in a Woman’s Life

    Menopause is not the end of life, but the beginning of a stage that occupies almost a third of a female’s life. On the...

    10 Recommended Guidelines to Achieving a Healthier Lifestyle in 2019

    It is no secret to anyone that overweight and obesity have become a real problem in today's society. Both are risk factors for many...

    The Best Sugar Substitute Is Water!

    Something is set to change when the World Health Organization (WHO) issues its recommendations on the use of food sweeteners, later this year. These...

    Top 5 Scientific Novelties Expected for 2019

    The popular scientific journal “Nature” launched what, for them, will be the top 5 scientific novelties that will bring 2019. The specialized publication explained...

    Ideal Food in Stressful Moments

    Few people know that food is related to emotions and when pictures of stress are presented during the day, food becomes a method to...

    Alcoholic Beverages and Your Health

    Alcoholic beverages usually accompany us in meetings between friends, dinners or parties. In fact, they are the most popular drinks for moments of recreation...

    The WHO Launches Plan to Eliminate Trans-Fats from Food in the World

    The World Health Organization (WHO) launched on Monday morning a global strategy to eliminate the use of trans-fats in the food industry, restaurants, and...
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    Hypertension Represents the Greatest Risk for Costa Ricans

    If for 2 consecutive weeks you take your blood pressure and find it above 140/90, it is good to see a doctor, as long...

    Indigenous Peoples More Likely to Get Cancer, doctors say

    A recent study revealed preventable cancers are more common within Native populations. The study was led by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)...
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