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Some POLICIES ARE MADE OF ABSURDITY. THAT MIGHT sound simple, but what’s certain is that some legal frameworks seem to have been designed out of stupidity. We laugh when we read that in the United States, strange laws still exist … Continued

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Red Moon this morning

In the early hours of Tuesday from across America people will observe a lunar eclipse that will be the first of a tetrad red moons that will be repeated every six months within year and a half, a phenomenon that … Continued

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5.0 Earthquake in western Cuba

At 15:57 (local time) this Thursday, the Cuban National Seismological Service Network Station reported a perceptible earthquake located at 23.39 North and 80.99 West, at 73.7 Km Northeast of Varadero, with a depth of 20 km and with a magnitude … Continued

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Rights to a respected childbirth

Nearly two decades ago the International Conference on Population and Development recognized reproductive health as a human right. Its program of actions defined that to guarantee antenatal care, safe delivery, postpartum care, and mothers and children quality of life, populations … Continued

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PV -2, successful formula for health

By 1945 the Cuban scientist Juan Tomás Roig reported in his research that the roots of Morinda L. royoc had healing properties in gastrointestinal and liver diseases. Currently the plant is the main ingredient of the PV -2, a dietary … Continued

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A doodle for Finlay

On December 3, 2013, the Cuban Carlos Juan Finlay is news again, this time thanks to Google. The most widely used Internet search engine has dedicated him one of its doodles, but apparently it didn’t want to put him away … Continued

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Cuba against HIV

Near the end of this year the authorities recognize that this 2013 there will be a slight increase in cases of HIV infection in Cuba, which ranks 18 among the world lowest level of transmission, and only 0.19 % prevalence … Continued

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Heavy rains in Villa Clara this weekend

Over 400 people were evacuated due to heavy rains that caused flooding this weekend in the province of Villa Clara, according to Granma newspaper. The majority of affected people reside in the areas of El Santo, in Encrucijada, Sagua la Chica, Camajuaní, and in the town of Dolores, belonging to Caibarién . The Hydraulic Exploitation Company of the territory reports that in the last 72 hours a significant cumulative of rains had dropped in … Continued

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Cuban vaccine against cholera

The Finlay Institute is working in the development of two potential vaccines against cholera, an acute diarrheic disease that, according to the Pan American Health Organization, takes between 100 000 and 120 000 lives per year at the international level. … Continued

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A gravity-defying house is b uilt in Las Tunas

 Before the curious eyes of the inhabitants of this city, a new construction called: the unusual house begins to take shape, where visitors could see extravagant phenomena that defy the laws of gravity. The strange way in which the building … Continued

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