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Chocolate and its health properties

Since pre-Hispanic times, cocoa and chocolate have been used for their medicinal properties, not only for their exquisite flavor. Cocoa and chocolate act on the body because they improve vascular flow. In this way they tend to preserve the function of organs such as the brain, heart, and kidneys.
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Humans used grass beds 200,000 years ago

The Stone Age inhabitants of southern Africa used at least 200,000 years ago a mixture of herbs and ash in their beds for comfort and to repel pests. These beds served as a resting area and as a space for daily work, thanks to the presence of ashes and herbs, they allowed to repel insects.
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On States, Pandemics and the End of Capitalism: Imperial Biopolitics

"We must guard against the real, biological threat of the Coronavirus, but also be on guard against its" biopolitical ghost. " We must be aware of the news and events, of course, but without allowing ourselves to be dominated by fear, and being critical of so much exaggerated or decidedly false information that it can saturate us.
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Switzerland halts 5G rollout until health safety verified

The country that has been using this communication technology for a year has slowed its progress until its safety for people's health is proven. Switzerland is one of the most advanced countries in Europe in terms of 5G technology, but before the claim of citizens for the safety of the health of the population, has established an indefinite moratorium on the use of this network.
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Key food crops affected by lack of bees

Apple and cherry production is hampered by a lack of wild bees that are affected by habitat loss, pesticides and the climate crisis. Lack of bees in agricultural areas is limiting the supply of some food crops, according to a new study Made in the USA
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