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Cuban dictatorship says U.S. never mentioned human rights during meetings in Havana

During immigration talks in Havana with Cuban officials last...

Cuba seeks investment for golf courses in a country without water or electricity and in misery

The Castro dictatorship is convinced that golf represents a...

At least 5 Cuban rafters dead in shipwreck in Florida Keys; 5 still missing

At least five Cuban rafters died after their boat...

Science

How to avoid the most frequent injuries in the gym

The enthusiasm to get in shape and to start training should not make us forget about the risks to the body when certain recommendations...

“Childhood amnesia”: why we do not remember our first years of life, according to science

Most people cannot remember the events of the first years of their lives, a phenomenon that researchers have called "infantile amnesia." But why can't...

How many times a week should you avoid drinking alcohol to take care of your health?

Alcohol is a risk factor for more than 200 health disorders and is linked to 40% of deaths from liver disease. The World Health...

Breast cancer: they discovered that tumors spread aggressively while patients sleep

Cancer has been one of the greatest threats to health for decades. Despite the many discoveries and advances in other areas of medicine, unknowns...

What is the perfect time to have breakfast if you are looking to lose weight?

Timing breakfast may be key to losing weight and staying healthy, according to Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at Imperial College London. The...

How Successful People Communicate: 4 Phrases to Sound Like a Pro, According to a Harvard Expert

The professional receives an average of 121 emails per day. Clearly, when it comes to communicating with bosses and colleagues, word choice and tone...

GlaxoSmithKline develops a drug that could prolong male orgasm by up to 77%

A new pill could help men with premature ejaculation last almost two minutes longer in bed, suggests a study published in The Journal of...

Training to be happy is possible: the 4 keys of the scientific method to achieve it

Can you learn to be happier? According to scientists at the University of California at Berkeley, United States, it is possible to learn how...

The end of a myth: resistance training is effective for weight loss

Lifestyle changes and an eating plan are considered the cornerstone of obesity treatment. Several guidelines recommend exercise, dietary, and behavioral interventions to improve weight...

A blood test allows early detection of breast and prostate cancer

In America, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, with about 413,000 new cases and 85,000 deaths each year. Meanwhile, breast cancer...

Cuba muestra resultados alentadores en estudios de variedades de piña

Funcionarios de la industria agrícola cubana han señalado que los estudios que se realizan en plantaciones en el centro de Cuba con ciertas variedades...

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Cuban mothers say no to communism

Recently in Havana, a young mother of a sick...

Cuba: Blackouts, a reflection of the failure of communism

Communism is the perfect example of what should not be done so that a society lives with fundamental rights and can enjoy the benefits of the 21st century in all its splendor.

The problem is not electricity, it is Castroism

With the brutal repression unleashed and the imposition of...

The Cuban regime must be expelled from the UN Human Rights Council

Political alignments are valid as long as they do...

Only the end of the Cuban dictatorship will end the opprobrium of political prisoners

The political prisoners of the Cuban regime are a fundamental part of its survival mechanism, they are the mechanism with which they produce fear in the population to achieve submission behaviors that would not otherwise be possible and they are the capital of international negotiation...