Deaths in the SAS (Andalusian Health Service)

There are articles that break your soul and I have written several with that pregnancy and depth. However, this, without a doubt, is absolutely heartbreaking due to the extreme reality it unearths: the avoidable death of people, broken families and / or lives broken by an Andalusian health system that…

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Aging will be expensive

The greater the progress of medicine, the greater number of elderly people recover from serious illnesses, remaining in a state of semi-dependence or total dependence. All a drama both for them and for the relatives who have to take care of them with little help from the State.

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Swedish contraception app reported after dozens of women became pregnant (ENG)

A Swedish contraceptive application has been reported to the authorities after 37 users became pregnant and had abortions. The report was made after the Södersjukhuset hospital in Stockholm performed abortions for women, all of whom had been using the Swedish-Swiss contraceptive application Natural Cycles. Users used data to predict fertile…

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Latin America, a continent infested by pesticides

In the last decade, Latin America together with the United States leads the world consumption of agrotoxins, widely used in GM crops such as soybeans and cotton. Brazil and Argentina lead Latin American statistics. In 12 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, poisoning by chemical products, especially pesticides and…

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Hospital emergencies: this sinks

I am 42 years old, I have been a doctor for 19 years and I have been working in hospital emergencies since 17. I love my job, I love curing, I like people, I can not imagine dedicating myself to anything else. Yesterday was Monday and I had guard. Today…

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