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Why you should keep wearing a mask even if you are vaccinated

The United States already recommends that all people in areas with high rates of COVID-19 infection wear masks in closed public spaces, regardless of their vaccination status.

Why can COVID-19 cause diarrhea and vomiting?

Although SARS-CoV-2 mainly affects lung tissue, today it is known that it is capable of infecting the gastrointestinal tract.

Why losing a dog can be as hard as losing a family member

Dogs are part of their owners' routines, which makes their loss even more stressful.

COVID-19 does understand social classes

Not all social groups are affected in the same way by the disease.

Exercising, why is it important to move?

Diseases that were previously part of the elderly, today make their debut much earlier than expected.

Do your eyes hurt from so much computer? We tell you how we can avoid eye fatigue

Eye fatigue manifests as a feeling of discomfort, dryness, or itching of the eyes. In addition, it leads to blurred vision and can cause severe headaches.

With smart recycling, telemedicine and without traffic: This is how the cities of the future will be

Smart cities use technology to be more sustainable and improve people's quality of life and well-being.

Why Machines Don't Speak Spanish Well (and Why They Should)

Assistants like Siri, Alexa, and Google Home are still unable to hold a conversation for more than a few minutes.

4 reasons insects could be a dietary staple

Don't resist: more than two billion people in 130 countries already consume insects.

If you go back to the office, the colder temperature could cause you to gain weight

Working in a cold environment for long periods of time can lower your core body temperature. That lowers the metabolic rate - how fast we burn calories.

Should we be more concerned about a lethal variant than a more contagious one of COVID-19?

Mutations happen randomly. Most have no effect. They can even be harmful to the virus itself, disappearing as they have arrived.

Did you gain weight during the pandemic? Stress could be to blame

If you've experienced unwanted weight gain or loss during the pandemic, you are not alone.

If I feel bad after the vaccine, does it mean that I have a stronger immunity?

Is there a relationship between what can be noticed after a vaccine and what happens at the cellular level within the body?

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