Health

Javier Lozano’s harsh criticism of AMLO’s mornings: “A crude exercise in indoctrination”

Javier Lozano attacked the spokesman for the presidency, Jesús Ramírez Cuevas (Photos: Cuartoscuro and Saúl López/Cuartoscuro) The controversial deputy of the National Action Party (BREAD), javier lozano Alarcón, attacked the spokesman for the presidency, Jesus Ramirez Cuevasafter assuring that the press conferences of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) are …

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Satisfied employees, successful companies | Well-being in the company

Reference companies in each sector have many qualities. They are efficient and innovative, implement short, medium and long-term strategies, take care of communication and consider human resources the main capital of the company. Having a satisfied workforce is an essential characteristic of reference companies. For this reason, they were the …

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Healthy eating as a trend in health marketing

by Alba de la Mata One of the main concerns of consumers today is their diet. During confinement we began to worry more about what we ate, making sense of ‘we are what we eat’. This trend became so popular and widespread that healthy eating brands opened up new positioning …

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Listening to birdsong is good for mental health

It is well known that nature is beneficial to health. Contact with her can reduce the stress of everyday life and serve as a refuge. Now, a study has investigated the influence of birdsong on mood, paranoia, and cognition, and has concluded that birdsong is good for mental health. In …

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Arnoldo Kraus: Illiteracy and medicine

At the end of primary school, a not insignificant percentage of Mexican girls and boys read with difficulty or barely read. The current Secretary of Public Education, Leticia Ramírez, who replaced Delfina Gómez Álvarez on August 15, or, failing that, Esteban Moctezuma Barragán, who left the Secretariat on February 15, …

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Arnoldo Kraus: Illiteracy and medicine

At the end of primary school, a not insignificant percentage of Mexican girls and boys read with difficulty or barely read. The current Secretary of Public Education, Leticia Ramírez, who replaced Delfina Gómez Álvarez on August 15, or, failing that, Esteban Moctezuma Barragán, who left the Secretariat on February 15, …

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