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Experts note inconsistencies in hypothesis about alleged sonic attacks

With more than 300 contributions and broad consensus on inconsistencies in hypotheses about alleged sonic attacks on U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana, the first day of an online forum of scientists and experts in different fields concluded - The debate will continue today

The doctor I want to be

Just a few months later, the Latin American School of Medicine was inaugurated, in whose classrooms youth from the Americas, Oceania, Eurasia and Africa today learn the art of healing

INSIDE CUBA

Investing in youth: The future is now

Since 1987, the United Nations Population Fund has worked to promote and protect the rights of youth

CUBA-TIMOR-LESTE

We admire the spirit with which Cuba educates its generations

Granma spoke to Minister of State, Coordinator of Social Affairs and Minister of Education of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, António da Conceição, during an official visit to the island

Malnutrition threatens the world

Obesity kills as many people as hunger. According to the World Health Organization, at least 2.8 million people die each year as a result of this epidemic

Cuban Medical Brigade in Nepal

One month has past since the devastating April 25 earthquake in Nepal, and two weeks since the powerful May 12 aftershock, the same night Cuba’s Henry Reeve Medical Brigade arrived in the country. Forty-nine Cuban medical professionals are taking on the population’s needs, defying the damage, fear and grief around them.

Women live longer, but have poorer health

According to Professor Jesús Menéndez, specialist at the Longevity, Aging, and Health Research Center (Cited), “elderly women (53.2%) outnumber elderly men, living an average of four years more…But living longer doesn’t necessarily mean living better”

Alzheimer’s disease: In search of more effective treatment

The search for effective therapies to treat Alzheimer’s disease – for which there currently exists no cure or medication to delay its progression – has been highlighted as a priority by the World Health Organization