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Could wastewater have warned us about Covid-19?

Could wastewater have warned us about Covid-19?

This type of research helps detect the presence of viruses and diseases in a community days in advance.
When will a Covid-19 vaccine come to Mexico?

When will a Covid-19 vaccine come to Mexico?

Before the end of 2020, Mexico will join the Sanofi-Pasteur candidate tests. However, mass distribution will have to wait until 2021.
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What are STEM toys? We explain how they can span the gender gap

Doing activities related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics helps girls and boys to get involved in careers related to these areas.
Mexicans who took part in creating the biggest map of the universe Science

The Mexicans who took part in creating the biggest map of the universe Science

The project took 20 years and studied more than 2 million galaxies and quasars, covering 11 billion years of history.
Fake medicines and remedies for Covid-19

Fake medicines and remedies for Covid-19

Chlorine dioxide, nanocitrus drops, and dexamethasone can even aggravate the disease. Here’s a list of the most common ones and their risks.
The pandemic is slowing down heart transplants

The pandemic is slowing down heart transplants

On July 21, 1988, the first heart transplant was performed. This year, donors have decreased due to numerous SARS-CoV-2 cases.

Single-use plastic: the other pandemic

Citizens see plastic as a safe alternative to prevent Covid-19 infection. But the virus lives up to 96 hours on this material.
How old is your dog?

How old is your dog, really?

People believe that in order to work out the “human age” of your pet you just have to multiply its real age by seven. One study shows that it’s not that simple.
vaccines in Mexico

The valley of death: a black hole for the development of vaccines in Mexico

Mexican researchers agree that other countries are ahead in terms of the resources and technology needed to produce a vaccine to stop the pandemic.
sex during the pandemic

Sex during the pandemic: this is what happens to your brain

Mexicans and their experiences of sexuality during quarantine: the loss of sexual desire, stress, and sexting (a closer look at the mind).

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