Geneva, Jul 24.- The World Health Organization (WHO) today released new guidelines to improve testing and diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), which are on the rise worldwide.
Geneva, Jul 22.- Under the motto Brain Health and Disability, World Brain Day is celebrated today, aimed at making people aware of the importance of taking care of it.
Havana, Jul 21.- Given the transit through Cuba of a cloud of dust from the Sahara, which will cause an increase in air pollution, mainly starting today, the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) announces a group of measures to avoid the harmful effect of this phenomenon.
Canberra, Jul 20.- The language barrier faced by non-native English-speaking individuals today constitutes a serious obstacle to scientific and academic development in different specialties.
Washington, Jul 19.- A scientific team is committed to the use of anti-inflammatory drugs to combat Alzheimer's disease, a specialized source reported today.
Camagüey, Jul 19.- The Cuban Telecommunications Company (ETECSA) executes in the Carlos Manuel de Céspedes municipality of Camagüey, provincial headquarters of July 26, tasks that contribute to the satisfaction of the locals and the solution of concerns and pending concerns that are the responsibility of that entity.
Geneva, Jul 18.- Based on the most recent scientific evidence, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued new recommendations for the consumption of carbohydrates, total, saturated and trans fats, aimed at adults and children.
United Nations, Jul 17.- The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) warned of the dangers of joint and uncontrolled use of neurotechnologies and artificial intelligence (AI) this Thursday at the Conference Conference on the Ethics of Neurotechnology, held in Paris. In addition, it announced that it would develop an ethical framework to protect the human rights and mental integrity of users.
Camagüey, Jul 15.- The co-Lab Project in Camagüey is carrying out several sessions of a citizen laboratory this month aimed at prototyping with a high degree of maturity a new mobile application that seeks to energize the discourse at the San Juan de Dios Museum in this city, through the adoption of information and communication technologies.
Camagüey, Jul 13.- The dissemination to farmers and decision makers of the benefits of modern herd management practices, is part of the actions that an international collaboration project is developing today in search of improving the potential of cow's milk production in the central-eastern region of Cuba, led by the University of Camagüey (UC).
Geneva, Jul 10.- The World Health Organization (WHO) today launched a new online platform where you can find practical advice for implementing digital technologies that support tuberculosis care around the world.
Havana, Jul 9.- Cuba has declared today 231 legally recognized protected areas, which represent almost 22.42 percent of the national territory, reported the director of the National Center for Protected Areas Omar Cantillo.