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Schoolchildren in Costa Rica at Risk of Intestinal Parasites and Infections
More than 57 percent of school-age children in Costa Rica are currently affected by intestinal parasites and infections, while 32 percent of children attending preschool and kindergarten are also at risk.
Never Too Late to Celebrate Laughter Day
"When you laugh, you change, when you change, the world changes," says Madan Kataria, credited as founder of the Laughter Yoga movement.
Dental Students Volunteer In Nosara
A room at Harmony Hotel became an impromptu dentist office from Wednesday afternoon to Friday May 4 as part of a community outreach effort organized by the hotel and the University of Costa Rica’s school of dentistry.
Reduce Stress and Gain Awareness through Meditation
In our fast paced lives, many of us are surrounded by a daily onslaught of challenges and demands, stress, and endless technological pressures including social networking, non-stop email, phone calls and texts.
Can Eating White Rice Lead to Diabetes?
Rice is an essential part of Costa Rica's diet. There are few staple foods with which Costa Ricans have such a close relationship. Just take a look at any Tico family's everyday menu: gallo pinto for breakfast, a casado (with rice, of course!) for lunch and arroz con pollo (chicken and rice) for dinner.