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Cairo, Oct 19 (Prensa Latina) United Nations Secretary-General (UNSG) Antonio Guterres called on Thursday for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza.
Washington, Aug 8 (Prensa Latina) A new study suggests that cutting back on sugary beverages and foods could help prevent kidney stones. The more added sugar people ate and drank, the greater their likelihood of developing kidney stones, according to new findings published today in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition.
Washington, Aug 3 (Prensa Latina) A high proportion of ultra-processed foods (UPFs) in a diet is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs).
United Nations, Jul 18 (Prensa Latina) The UN Secretary-General (UNSG) António Guterres on Tuesday urged to take pressing actions to regulate AI technology and called for its global governance.
United Nations, Jul 12 (Prensa Latina) Black girls and women in the United States are nearly three times more likely to die during pregnancy or in the six weeks following delivery than any other race, a UN report warned Wednesday.
United Nations, Jul 1 (Prensa Latina) The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that nowadays half of the world's population still lacks adequate access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) with increasing risks to people.
Washington, Jun 29 (Prensa Latina) A study found that people who have just one or two drinks per day are not protected from endocrine conditions including obesity and type 2 diabetes, according to the Endocrine Society´s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
Washington, Jun 27 (Prensa Latina) Cholesterol is necessary for survival, but too much cholesterol may be increasing your risk for Covid-19 at the cellular and biochemical levels. Cholesterol on the cell surface makes ACE2 readily accessible to SARS-CoV2 for cell entry, a specialized source published.
Washington, Jun 23 (Prensa Latina) The number of adults living with diabetes worldwide will more than double by 2050, according to research that blames rapidly rising obesity levels and widening health inequalities.