Preservation and Tracking of Cuban Peninsula Sea Turtles

1 Pinar del Rio, Cuba, Jun 8 . – Cuban experts are preparing their program to protect and study sea turtles in the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, where the animals arrive to nest from May to September, coordinators announced today. The monitoring of the turtles by scientists, students and residents of the area will began next month and continue until August, when

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People with Larger Amygdala Have Better Social Relationships

0 London, Dec 29. -People with a larger amygdala tend to be more sociable, according to results of a study published in the latest edition of the journal Nature Neuroscience. Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, in United States, based these results on a study of people from 19 to 83 years who completed a questionnaire about

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Study on the Disabled Ends in Ecuador

0 Quito, Jul 9. -The solidarity mission Manuela Espejo, formed by Cuban and Ecuadorian doctors, completed on Friday its bio-psychological, clinical and genetic study of disabilities in Santa Elena province, having studied 21 of Ecuador's 25 provinces. The solidarity mission headed by Ecuadorâ�Ös Vice Presidency will present the results of its investigation in Vicente Rocafuerte park in Santa Elena on

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ALBA Countries Strengthen Cultural Unity in Dominica

0 Roseau, Jun 10. -Countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) study jeans to promote cultural development in their territories as an alternative to hegemonic currents. From June 15 to 17 ministers and officials from Cuba, Bolivia, Dominica, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Paraguay as guest will center their debates on the Grannacional Alba Cultural Project that

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