Reverse psychology for street vendors

Reverse psychology for street vendors

Recently, many of us were shocked when we learned that a window cleaner injured a lady who refused to use his services. Just like her, anyone could be in her place for two reasons: in this country the vast majority have a vehicle, and window cleaners are wholesale and retail, despite the fact that on … Read more

Uruguayan doctor wins ‘Women in Science’ award for study on HIV

Uruguayan doctor wins ‘Women in Science’ award for study on HIV

The Uruguayan doctor Diana Mir was distinguished this Tuesday with el’Oréal-UNESCO ‘Women in Science’ Award for his contribution to the HIV-1 genomic surveillance researcha key approach to detect prevent the spread of infectious disease. Mir’s proposal Professor of the Genomics and Bioinformatics Unit of the Regional University Center (Cenur) Litoral Norte of the University of … Read more

What to see in Caracas, home of the Caribbean Series

What to see in Caracas, home of the Caribbean Series

To the north (center) of the country and about 12 kilometers from the Caribbean Sea, Caracas is a bit high, almost 900 meters above sea level. There is much to observe, starting with its colonial and modern architectural treasures, squares, museums, parks and its iconic displays of visual art. More punctual, visitors cannot miss a … Read more

Deep cleaning

Deep cleaning

With the entry of the new year, the cabañuelas stipulate a thorough cleaning of the entire home. Emma believes this completely and, although we are already in February, she continues to wash and scrub everything, absolutely everything. Having finished washing walls and floors, furniture and decorations, she started with the curtains. For this she recruited … Read more

How to accompany your children when choosing a career?

How to accompany your children when choosing a career?

The moment of choosing a university degree can be full of illusion, enthusiasm and optimism. After all, a new chapter begins and a world of possibilities, new experiences and responsibilities opens up. However, for those who cannot decide between two or three options, who feel pressured to make a choice that is not the one … Read more

Do you know how to read the labels on the packages?

Do you know how to read the labels on the packages?

Before buying a packaged product, it is advisable to read the label, but do you know how to read it? For example: if it says ‘chocolate flavored’, it implies that it tastes like chocolate, but it doesn’t have chocolate in it. The flavor is given by other ingredients, ‘cheating’ the palate. Read the label to … Read more

Plagiocephaly, a common disorder in newborns

Plagiocephaly, a common disorder in newborns

Plagiocephaly, or flat head syndrome, is an increasingly common disorder in babies. It is characterized by asymmetric distortion (lateral crushing) of the skull. It is common to find it at birth, and it may be the result of a brain malformation, a restrictive intrauterine posture, or a stiff neck that prevents movement of the head. … Read more

Frequently Asked Questions to Cancer Specialists

Frequently Asked Questions to Cancer Specialists

On the occasion of the International Day for the Fight against Cancer, two specialists in the field answered the collection of frequently asked questions about the disease. Oncologists belonging to the Dominican Cancer League, Dr. Miguel Monanci and Dr. Desiree Perozo, clarify the most frequent doubts that Internet users ask Google. The specialist Miguel Monanci … Read more