The first effects of the coronavirus pandemic are devastating globally. Initially, the virus hit Italy but is now spreading rapidly throughout Europe, putting the health systems of each country in crisis, causing the European Union to wobble
Who eats slowly, savouring every bite and taking time to eat meals, can count on a 42% reduction in obesity risk compared to those who consume food too quickly.
A study published in the BMJ was made on the subject and lasted six years, from 2008 to 2013. Thanks to 60 thousand people, including men and women from Japan
Millennials, those born more or less from the beginning of the Eighties to the end of the Nineties, have fully experienced the IT revolution, especially the web and according to a survey published in the “Psychologycal Bullettinsare” they are more likely than other generations to focus on perfectionism
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre, America continues to debate – even on Twitter – about the spread of weapons. A photo posted on the platform, in particular, points out to all an American paradox: in the United States, in fact, you can shoot freely with a rifle or gun, but you will be in trouble selling a chocolate Kinder egg
The number of animals that surround us in just over a century, from 1900 to 2015, has halved. It happens everywhere on the Planet: south as north, east as west. Branches of giraffes, elephants, rhinos and oranges that gradually taper, sometimes even disappearing from some geographic areas
From June 15, 2017, in the EU, roaming will disappear, at least for those who travel ‘periodically’ in other EU countries: the new ‘Roam like at home’ regime, which the European institutions worked hard for it, wants to relaunch the EU, making it tangible on the lives of citizens