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Four minutes a day of intense exercise reduces the risk of mortality by 30%

What if your family doctor told you that doing two two-minute bursts of intense physical exercise from Monday to Friday could reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease by 40%? What if your cardiologist informed you, as someone who has…

26/11/2022

Glasses with smartphone capabilities and real-time Photoshop: Introducing the Snapdragon chipset

The new chip paves the way for a host of new features, as well as improved performance and lower energy consumption

26/11/2022

The ‘gods’ of Japanese cuisine: ‘We have to stop wishing for so many things, and we have to do it now’

Hiroyoshi and Tomiko Ishida, 80 and 81 years old, are a legendary couple in the world food scene. They run Mibu in Tokyo, a haven of technical skills and respect for nature for chefs from all over the planet, a place somewhere between a restaurant,…

25/11/2022

José Mujica: ‘We’re living in a world without political direction’

The former president of Uruguay spoke to EL PAÍS about unchecked transnational interests, the armaments trade and the climate emergency

25/11/2022

Why hugs are essential for babies, children and the rest of us

Cuddling and kissing children generates the release of feel-good hormones that promote relaxation and tranquility. Touch can also be the key to more confident and courageous adults

24/11/2022

Common bacterial infections are the second leading cause of death after heart disease

A study estimates that 33 common pathogens were behind one in eight of all infection-related fatalities in 2019

24/11/2022

Sleep in a box for €200 a night at the World Cup

In a sort of wasteland on the outskirts of Doha, Qatar has built a thousand dormitory rooms to accommodate fans attending the World Cup. The cabins are tiny, and the heat inside is suffocating: the air conditioning is a low-powered machine on wheels.

24/11/2022

The Barbizon Hotel: A sanctuary for women in midtown Manhattan

A book by historian Paulina Bren tells the story of the legendary New York building that became synonymous with female freedom for most of the 20th century

24/11/2022

Tartar on ancient teeth shows Paleolithic humans had better oral health

Tartar deposits on the teeth of humans who lived thousands of years ago are providing insights into what they ate, the type of bacteria in their mouths and their overall oral health. Italian researchers have collected dozens of teeth from a key…

24/11/2022

The apartment of the visionary who designed your kitchen

The home of pioneering architect Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky has been turned into a museum, which features iconic pieces from the last century of design

23/11/2022

Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady donated less than 0.1% of their $700 million fortune to charity

The supermodel founded her non-profit Luz Foundation in 2007, and she shared leadership with the American football player. After the couple’s divorce, it has come to light that their donations to humanitarian causes were modest. Most of the money…

23/11/2022

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