The coronavirus pandemic has changed many of our work habits. Remote working is here to stay and pandemic fatigue has multiplied daily stress. On World Day for Safety and Health at Work we tell you how to improve your physical and mental condition.
Easter is here. Although we cannot travel from one region to another, you will definitely have the chance to spend part of your time outdoors. So there are no surprises, here are some simple tips.
Videogame players are in luck. Next April, the Live Gamers Show, the biggest Spanish-speaking online event in the videogame world, is taking place and we’ll be there to talk about gamers’ health.
Every year, on the second Tuesday in February, this event is held to promote safe and positive use of the Internet, especially among children and young people. We join this celebration with initiatives that can help to guarantee the safety of network users.
The new situation produced by COVID-19 affects us in all areas, including food, and especially at work. Here are some hygiene measures to help you eat safely at your workplace without running any risks.
The atypical summer is over and it is time to get back into daily routine. But this year, as well as the famous post-vacation syndrome, we have to add the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus. Here are some recommendations to make the end of your vacation more bearable.
These days millions of children return to their classroom in very special circumstances: keeping the safety distance, mandatory use of masks and new rules when sharing and playing. We offer advice that you can give your children to make their return to school safe.
Now that summer is here, the high temperatures increase perspiration levels and we lose much more water in the form of sweat. At this time of year, your body needs additional fluids to keep well hydrated. Pay attention to the amount you drink, and make sure that small children and the elderly are properly hydrated.
Hand washing is one of the best prevention measures against the coronavirus, but if we are not careful it can have a negative effect on our skin. We tell you how to do it without causing irritation and PH changes.
The use of masks is mandatory when in open spaces, and beaches and pools are no exception. When near the sand or water, we need to be extra careful. By following these tips you can sunbathe without complications.
Masks have become an essential accessory when leaving the house, and using them guarantees health and safety. But in the heat, wearing them can be uncomfortable or annoying. Here are some tips to make wearing them during the summer more bearable.
Summer is here and ushers in a season of relaxation and fun. Eating healthily should also be a part of enjoying the summer months.Here we give you a few tips to help optimize your children’s health without saying no to the occasional treat!
The longer you put off doing the tasks you least like in your day-to-day life, the more you won’t want to do them. To stop this process known as procrastination, here we offer your some strategies.
Sometimes life makes it hard for us. The loss of a loved one, a separation, the loss of a job are hard blows which, if we add to them stress or frustration, can plunge us into a personal crisis. We make some recommendations for surviving times of harsh adversity.
A tireless fighter and pioneer, the head of the medical team that has revolutionized the hopes of thousands of people suffering from spinal injuries, died a few days ago. From here we pay a well-deserved tribute to Dr. Vaquero, head of neurosurgery at the Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro.
The appearance of COVID-19 in our lives has brought to light, once again, the importance of washing hands correctly to prevent infection and eliminate viruses. In a few simple steps we show you how to do it.
The declaration of the expansion of the COVID-19 coronavirus as a pandemic has triggered the concern of citizens around the world. But the data on its mortality rate puts its severity into perspective. In view of the expansion of this coronavirus, one must be well informed, adopt the simple precautionary measures (PDF 395 KB) that we propose and to remain calm.