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Indigenous Victoriano: the Panama Canal’s first victim November 17, 2014 01:31

Indigenous Victoriano: the Panama Canal’s first victim

Aby Martínez and his son René, who trained at the San Antonio de los Baños Film School in Cuba, spent a decade working on [...]
 
Squatters in London November 17, 2014 01:29

Squatters in London

About 40% of homeless people have squatted throughout their life. They are part of a movement, a philosophy and a necessity.   Virginia Moreno [...]
 
Being bipolar – living on an emotional roller-coaster November 17, 2014 01:10

Being bipolar – living on an emotional roller-coaster

It is a psychological disturbance characterised by recurring periods of psychic elation known as mania which alternate with periods of depression   José A. [...]
 
 
We are ‘Cyborgs’, soon to be a reality November 16, 2014 21:19

We are ‘Cyborgs’, soon to be a reality

Technology, which already forms an essential part of our lives, has taken another step forward, and in the not too distant future could also [...]
 
Journey into the ‘Tamale’ November 16, 2014 09:22

Journey into the ‘Tamale’

In Costa Rica the festivals (above all the Christmas ones) have always inevitably included this unique Indian food. And the same happens in other [...]
 
“Survival of the fittest” is coming to London November 16, 2014 00:26

“Survival of the fittest” is coming to London

For the first time, this ten kilometre marathon will take place in London. In this event, different obstacles have to be overcome in order [...]
 
 
Photodermatitis, a very real risk November 3, 2014 21:13

Photodermatitis, a very real risk

Photodermatitis is an allergy to the sun, an inflammatory reaction on sensitive skin caused by chemical substances, combined with the immune system, with ultraviolet [...]
 
100,000 kilometres for the environment November 3, 2014 15:01

100,000 kilometres for the environment

Over the last two years, a total of 206 conferences have been held in India, in order to provide people with information on how [...]
 
Videogames: when it’s perilous and immoral to play November 3, 2014 01:11

Videogames: when it’s perilous and immoral to play

  There is no doubt that many of these electronic devices are there for fun, and even to impart certain values to the people [...]
 
 
Scientology…. Just a fraud October 20, 2014 22:07

Scientology…. Just a fraud

  Created in the early 1950′s, science-fiction writer, L. Ron Hubbard main’s objective was to establish a “religion ” that would generate substantial economic [...]
 
Witches don’t exist, but in Nepal they seek them out and kill them October 19, 2014 23:08

Witches don’t exist, but in Nepal they seek them out and kill them

Accusing a Nepalese woman of practising black magic could lead to her death, while her children will have to live with the stigma of [...]
 
In the UK there is ‘amnesia regarding mental health problems October 4, 2014 14:18

In the UK there is ‘amnesia regarding mental health problems

One in every four people experience some form of mental ill health during the course of a year. And we are not merely talking [...]
 
 
Narendra Modi, from tea seller to Indian president October 4, 2014 14:09

Narendra Modi, from tea seller to Indian president

Who would have imagined that a kid of such humble beginnings would go on to become the most important man in the populous South [...]
 
A childhood trapped in the net in the UK September 21, 2014 14:11

A childhood trapped in the net in the UK

The youth of today spend less time playing outdoors than previous generations – only half the time their parents did. Instead, they now prefer [...]
 
Procrastination, or fighting with yourself September 20, 2014 00:30

Procrastination, or fighting with yourself

  Putting off the tasks we find most unpleasant is only natural. But it can lead to behavioural disorders, and become a habit that [...]
 
 
 

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