Salvador Batista among the 25 most influential tourism journalists of 2021

Salvador Batista among the 25 most influential tourism journalists of 2021

The World Organization for Tourism Journalism (OMPT), together with the graduates of the International Expert in Tourism Communication diploma, chose the 25 most influential tourism journalists in the world during 2021. Among the selected countries, Salvador Batista, from the Dominican Republic, was one of those chosen for his role in this important line of journalism. … Read more

Young entrepreneurs demand greater support to develop sustainable rural tourism in the DR

Young entrepreneurs demand greater support to develop sustainable rural tourism in the DR

The lack of resources and encouragement of rural youth, together with the scarce promotion of the attractions of their communities and the scarcity of housing offer, are part of the challenges to be overcome by the territories to develop sustainable rural tourism in the Dominican Republic, assured a group of young people participating in the … Read more

Aesthetic medicine: the latest non-invasive innovation

Aesthetic medicine: the latest non-invasive innovation

Advances in non-invasive medical technology to provide a better image have increasingly moved away from the scalpel to offer new alternatives that, through specialized appliances, offer excellent results to rejuvenate the skin and reduce localized adiposity without the need for any surgical intervention. This is the case of the latest innovation in fractional and thermal … Read more

Why is coal so difficult to leave behind?

Why is coal so difficult to leave behind?

In the run-up to the UN climate conference in Glasgow, Great Britain, the host announced that one of the goals of the COP26 conference was to make coal history. But it turns out that is easier said than done. And even saying it – in writing – has been quite difficult. Negotiators in Glasgow have … Read more

Smart devices to “listen to the jungle” and prevent illegal logging

Smart devices to “listen to the jungle” and prevent illegal logging

Massive data analysis and artificial intelligence enables the devices of the technology company Hitachi Vantara to “listen to the jungle” to prevent illegal logging deep in the rainforests of West Sumatra, Indonesia. This was explained in an interview with Efe by the executive director of the company, Gajen Kandiah, who has participated in the Climate … Read more

Patricia González: “Quality in the health service is non-negotiable to obtain useful results”

Patricia González: “Quality in the health service is non-negotiable to obtain useful results”

Upon returning from her postgraduate studies and from working at the Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, in 1959, Amada Pittaluga de González arrived in her native country with a suitcase full of dreams that today are a consummate reality: the creation of Amadita Laboratorio Clínico. Sixty-two years have not gone unnoticed, because today the quality and good … Read more

Weaning: breastfeeding comes to an end

Weaning: breastfeeding comes to an end

Weaning is a topic that is almost never mentioned because it brings with it feelings of guilt, selfishness and sadness. This is because stopping breastfeeding represents a loss which leads us to grieve and we are regularly afraid to face all that. On the one hand, there is the weaning that occurs when the baby … Read more