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According to lead scientist Edelmiro Santiago Osorio, the raw extract of this fruit is as effective as a medication used to treat some types of cancer.

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La dieta detox a debate

 01/08/2018 - 09:28
¿Es una buena idea empezar el año a base de zumos de frutas y verduras? Foto: Sipnglo.com

“¡En enero empiezo! “Este año voy a ir más al gimnasio”. ¿Te suenan? Son los objetivos con los que todos solemos empezar el año. Este año la tendencia es comenzar el año con una dieta detox. ¿Sabes en qué consiste? ¿La puedes hacer en casa? ¿Es realmente tan saludable?

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Brace Yourselves for Impact! ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Expected To Hit Us Soon.

 01/03/2018 - 16:07
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You read that headline correctly. A “bomb cyclone”, or “bombogenesis”, is projected to impact Philadelphia with radically cold temperatures, dangerous gusts of wind, and plenty of snow. Here’s what you need to know, and what precautions you should take in case the meteorology reports are on target.

 

Living with HIV, Fighting with Hope

 12/01/2017 - 12:31
Kevin Burns, Executive Director of Action Wellness. Photograph by Samantha Laub for AL DÍA News. 

Action Wellness has been providing hope to Philadelphians living with (or at risk of) HIV/AIDS via pre-exposure prophylaxis medication, prevention education, case management, testing, and overall support since 1986. Its office is featured in the pioneering drama Philadelphia, starring Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, and Antonio Banderas, widely regarded as the first mainstream film to depict a sincere narrative on homosexuality and homophobia.

 

Peña Nieto: "Cancer reflects the economic inequality that affects the world"

 11/15/2017 - 01:56
Queen Letizia of Spain (C) and Jordan's Princess Dina Mired (L), President-elect of the International Union Against Cancer, attend the World Cancer Leaders' Summit (WCLS), in Mexico City, Mexico, Nov. 14, 2017. EPA-EFE/Jose Mendez

More than 90 percent of countries with higher-income populations offer treatment to cancer patients, while in low-income countries the proportion is less than 30 percent, Mexican president said at the World Cancer Leaders' Summit, the first to be held in Latin America, has brought together 300 experts from 70 countries to discuss ways to combat this plague in the future. 

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