Nacional 2 – Junior 2: a better face of the ‘Jaws’ was seen

Junior got a point from Medellín. It could have been three, But, despite scoring two goals – not an easy task in a difficult place like Atanasio Girardot – it could be said that he was not entirely fine forward, where he wasted goals over and over again at the feet of Miguel Ángel Borja, Edwuin Cetré and, at the end, Larry Vásquez.

But in the end, in the midst of so much vicissitude, the ‘Jaws’ achieved a valuable point, in a tough moment and against a difficult opponent, who also did his thing to take the victory.

Rojiblancos and Verdolagas equaled 2-2 in Medellín last night, in an exciting match, filled with options, but also with errors on both sides, which ended up passing the bill on both sides.

Junior seized the ball and the emotions in the first 15 minutes. LThe rojiblancos came out to ‘talk’ to Nacional on his property, as he has already done in his last visits, where he has taken out ‘oil’ in the Atanasio.

Cetré and Borja warned from the start, but they lacked aim, missing two very clear options, the kind that end up weighing in this type of match.

But football did justice. Chen Nacional began to take hold on the field, Junior hit the first blow of the night at Borja’s feet, who received in the small area and took a shot that went to the back of the net, with the complicity of a purslane defender who deflected them, throwing the Vallenato goalkeeper José Fernando Cuadrado out of control.

National squeezed, was not daunted by the goal and found a reward at the end, when everyone had already ended the first half with a red-and-white victory.

Didier Moreno, in an attempt to clear, put the ball in his own goal, giving life to the place and pouring a bucket of cold water on ‘Jaws’.

The second part was a give and take. A round trip. Open match, between two teams that are not hiding.

Nacional had the best options, but lacked clarity on the last play. Until his scorer appeared.

Jefferson Duque, always attentive in the area, took advantage of Ditta’s oversight on the mark, got up and took an impeccable header that left Viera with no options.

It seemed that the rojiblanco ship was sinking. The local insistently looked for the third goal to put the rival’s tombstone, but it never came. And the one who doesn’t do them … sees them done. It happened to Junior in the first half and Nacional suffered in the second.

Out of nowhere “Cariaco” González appeared, taking advantage of an assist from Carmelo Valencia, to take a shot down, stuck to the vertical, which left goalkeeper Cuadrado without options.

Junior showed symptoms of improvement in the Athanasium and a valuable point is brought.

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What will happen to the pesos and the rush for the dollar? the report that points to fiscal red

About this year they indicated that “the pandemic disrupted the economic policy objectives” that had planned “to control liquidity” and therefore “the demand for foreign currency, calming exchange and inflationary tensions.” The result: the fiscal deficit soared, as a result of the collapse of income due to the collapse of activity and the expansion of spending to mitigate the damages of the pandemic / quarantine.

Ecolatina remarks that “BCRA assistance to the Treasury reached record levels”, which can be accounted for at 1.6 trillion pesos which represents 6.3% of GDP. The consulting firm also remarks that there was “a strong sterilization via LELIQs and passes”, which imply 0.9 trillion less pesos destined for this area and a reduction of 3.4% in GDP. However, the monetary base would close the year close to 10% of GDP, in line with the 2012-2015 highs.

“In this context of strong aversion to saving in pesos, its excess supply shifted to the parallel dollar first, increasing devaluation expectations and accelerating pressures on the official dollar later” they conclude.

Ecolatina also analyzes that the debt restructuring sought to “calm tensions”, but the result was not as expected: “Although the agreement with private creditors did indeed bring relief at the medium-term macroeconomic level, it did not manage to appease the dollar appetite” .

The consulting firm highlights the continuous loss of Reserves, since the net ones drilled the u $ s7,500 million and the liquid ones are close to u $ s1,000 million, which derived according to the report, in which the Central Bank decided to strengthen the stocks, “further complicating the normal operation of the activity.”

“Going forward, it makes sense to ask what will happen to the fiscal red and what will be its source of financing: between both variables, they will determine what will happen to the pesos and, consequently, what level the exchange rate pressures will reach” they argue.

Regarding the 2021 Budget, the report warns that it is observed that the Ministry of Economy forecasts a primary deficit of 4.5% of GDP for next year, in an economy that would recover part of the lost ground with 5.5% growth projected and a slowdown in the inflation which would go from 32% this year to 29% in 2021.

Ecolatina analyzed that the budget is “important in terms of activity, too ambitious in terms of inflation” but that to “determine the assistance of the monetary authority to the National Treasury, it is necessary to work with different assumptions of rollover of the services of the debt (principal and interest) of the public sector “.

The consulting firm maintains that “thanks to the successful restructuring of sovereign hard currency bonds, maturities with private companies are practically nil next year” and that if the repayment of the IMF and Paris Club loan were to be extended, “there would be no net disbursements with international financial organizations.” This implies that “a refinancing of total services in foreign currency would be achieved, so that the assistance of the Central Bank to the Treasury in foreign currency would not be necessary.”

Regarding public debt services in pesos, Ecolatina developed three scenarios: “The first is conservative, since it assumes that in 2021 a rollover of only 100% (similar to this year, affected by the antecedent of the April reprofiling). The second assumes a 110% refinancing and the third, 120%. The intermediate scenario seems the most likely, but the extremes cannot be ruled out. “

In the event that the scenario of a rollover of 120% of debt services in pesos in 2021, the Treasury’s net placements would reach about 1.4% of GDP (508,000 million pesos, according to Ecolatina estimates), this would subtract the assistance of the Central Bank, since that it would be necessary to cover a fiscal gap (primary deficit minus net loans) of 3% of GDP. “In this case, the BCRA would have to turn to the Treasury next year (via temporary advances and profits) almost 1,080,000 million pesos, which represents around 40% of the monetary base that we estimate for the end of 2020” they analyze .

In this regard, in the Ecolatina report they project what would happen: “If we assume that in an electoral year the Central Bank does not” want “the monetary base to rise more than inflation, it would have –Other things being equal– to sterilize via LELIQs and pses “only” ARS 210,000 million (almost 20% of the assistance), leaving the stock of sterilization instruments at stable levels (below 10% of GDP) “.

The consultant also analyzed what would happen if the rollover out of 110% of the Treasury services in pesos: “Net placements would reach 254,000 million pesos (0.7% of GDP), so the BCRA would have to turn next year ARS 1,333,000 million (3.8 % of GDP) to the Treasury, equivalent to 45% of the monetary base at the end of 2020 “.

In this regard, they argue that “if the Central Bank does not allow the monetary base to go beyond inflation, it should sterilize about 460,000 million pesos, that is, 1.2% of GDP or 35% of assistance.” In response, the stock LELIQs and repo transactions would exceed 10% of GDP, practically doubling at the end of 2019 (5.5%). “In this framework, although this stock of sterilization instruments would reach the peak of 2018, the level of tension would be significantly lower: unlike the LEBACs, the LELIQs are in the hands of commercial banks that have almost no alternatives other than to stay in these letters “they analyze.

Finally, Ecolatina, projected what would happen if she only managed to do rollover of services in pesos that mature (100%): “As there are no net loans (pessimistic assumption, but not impossible), the Central Bank would have to cover the entire primary deficit (almost 1,600,000 million pesos, 4.5% of the GDP). Without an active sterilization policy, this would mean a 53% expansion of the monetary base in 2021 “.

If the premise that the monetary authority does not allow the monetary base to exceed inflation, it would have –Other things being equal– to sterilize about 460,000 million pesos (1.9% of GDP or 45% of assistance). “In response, the stock of LELIQs and passes would exceed 11% of GDP, a level that a priori it seems unstable “analyzes Ecolatina.

Finally, they conclude: “It is important to highlight that if inflation ends up being higher in 2021 than budgeted, the less will be the sterilization effort of the BCRA necessary for the monetary base to grow in line with the rise in prices, since the higher will be the collection of inflation tax ”.

The consultant allows us to think of three different inflation hypotheses: “30%, aligned with the 2021 budget; 40% aligned with our inflation prospects for next year; and 50%, a little above the price increase projected by the REM by 2021 (47%). As can be seen in the table, the sterilization (measured as the stock of LELIQs and passes in relation to GDP) necessary for the monetary base to grow in line with the rise in prices, is less the higher be the projected inflation rate. “

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On video | The ‘Paths’ to strengthen the health system in Barranquilla

Guaranteeing timely and quality medical care for Barranquilla residents has become the Primary objective of the District with the process of modernization of the public health network, which continues to advance and plans to benefit more than 170 thousand citizens with new hospital projects.

Since 2008, the district administration has been working to build a solid health model, which has been cataloged repeatedly as one of the most successful in the national territory.

Although the health emergency due to Covid-19 was a huge challenge for the hospital infrastructure of the capital of the Atlantic, in the Development Plan ‘I am Barranquilla’, that governs the period 2020-2023, a series of actions were contemplated so that citizens have a timely and adequate response to your health requirements.

“We want the health of Barranquilla to continue its unstoppable march, that is why we are providing them with all the professional capacity so that care is timely and without access barriers. It is our main objective, guarantee comprehensive insurance, minimize the risks of becoming ill and provide quality health programs to all“Said the mayor Jaime Pumarejo Heins.

He was emphatic in stating that in this new stage they will bet on “turn the health system upside down, moving to a much more preventive health, with doctors in charge of specific populations ”.

The district president also stressed that the “robustness” in health services continues to grow, which directly impacts on the quality of life of Barranquilla and the Caribbean region.

“The public hospital network has been and will continue to be a national management model, where the resources obtained by the Prohospitales level 1 and 2 stamp are invested in providing efficiently and transparently to the more than 600 thousand users of the subsidized regime, as well as to anyone who requires it because We are also a regional reference center for health care in the Caribbean”, Reiterated the president.

In turn, Humberto Mendoza, Secretary of Health of Barranquilla, He stated that the district network model has provided “mobilization guarantees” to more than 19 thousand users, guaranteeing that “there are no barriers to access” to said services.

The official also expressed that the great challenge for the public network is strengthen the preventive medicine model to detect patients in time who have diseases that may pose risks to their life.

“In the city we have a network model that allows patients to access medium and high complexity services without authorizing systems limiting quality and care. That we will follow reinforcing to provide greater guarantees to citizens”, He added.

According to figures from the Mayor’s Office, accessibility to health increased 15 times between 2007 and 2018. It is expected that this year it will increase with the start-up of facilities such as the Camino Ciudadela 20 de Julio and Paso Galán.

For next year, this indicator will continue to grow, taking into account that the works of the New Barranquilla and Nazareth Roads will be delivered, which are ahead in two important sectors of the city.

Mayor Pumarejo has been making visits to these spaces to verify the progress of the works, taking into account that they were detained for a period due to the pandemic and currently not all the workers have been able to reintegrate, in order to comply with the corresponding regulations.

“We continue to grow with this new offer that adds to a solid network that is providing quality services to Barranquilla residents, showing that it is possible, as we have said for so long, to have quality, sustainable public health that continue to be a source of pride for each of us”Pumarejo said during one of those tours.

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They raid hostel in Ponedera for illegal connection to Electricaribe

Autoriades raided the establishment “Shalom Hostal Spa”, located in the municipality of Ponedera, in order to verify the alleged commission of the crime of fraud of fluids by illegal connection to the electric power service.

The operation, carried out this Thursday morning, was led by Electricaribe, the Attorney General’s Office, the Sijin and the Special Operations Group (Goes) of the National Police, Atlantic section. In its development the existence of a large electrical infrastructure operating illegally was confirmed.

A 112.5 KVA power transformer was found connected to the Electricaribe network. With this capacity, it is estimated that the monthly billing would be higher than 4 million pesos.

The superintendent, Natasha Avendaño García, confirmed that, “despite having the energy service, the establishment is not formalized as an Electricaribe client. The place has more than 30 rooms, more than 40 air conditioners, an auditorium for events with capacity for 200 people, and only paid 130 thousand pesos of energy per month. This value was included in the total consumption of the San Jorge neighborhood community, in subnormality, in Ponedera (Atlántico), thus violating the rights of users who were unaware that they were paying for the energy consumption of the property ”.

The purpose of the raid was to inspect, collect evidence, and dismantle the illegal connection. It was carried out at the request of Electricaribe, in response to complaints from the public and to the refusal of the owners of the establishment to formalize themselves as a user of the company. During the procedure, the hostel manager was captured.

Faced with this case, and given the upcoming entry of the new energy service operators in the Caribbean, the superintendency invited the community and local authorities to keep reporting power theft and other illegal practices that affect the provision of the service and the interests of the users.

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“Many people wrote to me worried”

The dancer Maura rivera She is an active user of Instagram, a platform where she has almost 1.5 million followers and shares moments from her day to day, as well as from her family.

The former “Red” caused concern among her fans after share an image in the stories from a clinic, so the theory that he was encountering Covid-19 quickly took over the networks. However, what happened was different.

In that sense, she herself explained why she attended the venue: “Yesterday I uploaded a story that was in the clinic, and many people wrote to me worried, I want to tell them that I’m fine, I’m not sick“, He started pointing.

“It was an outpatient procedure, they had to remove a device called“ Mirena ”(…) is to not have buses, contraceptive“He added later, also ensuring that it would not be to have a new baby.

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The ‘Paths’ to strengthen the health system in Barranquilla

Guaranteeing timely and quality medical care for Barranquilla residents has become the primary objective of the District with the modernization process of the public health network, which continues to advance and plans to benefit more than 170 thousand citizens with new hospital projects.

Since 2008, the district administration has been working to build a solid health model, which has been repeatedly classified as one of the most successful in the national territory.

Although the health emergency caused by Covid-19 was a huge challenge for the hospital infrastructure of the Atlantic capital, in the Development Plan ‘I am Barranquilla’, which is valid for the period 2020-2023, a series of actions were contemplated so that citizens have a timely and adequate response to their health requirements.

“We want the health of Barranquilla to continue its unstoppable march, that is why we are providing them with all the professional capacity so that care is timely and without access barriers. It is our main objective, to guarantee comprehensive insurance for them, minimize the risks of getting sick and provide quality health programs for all, ”said Mayor Jaime Pumarejo Heins.

He was emphatic in stating that in this new stage they will bet on “turning the health system upside down, moving to much more preventive health, with doctors in charge of specific populations.”

The district president also highlighted that the “robustness” in health services continues to grow, which has a direct impact on the quality of life of Barranquilla and the Caribbean region.

“The public hospital network has been and will continue to be a national management model, where the resources obtained by the Prohospitales level 1 and 2 stamp are invested in providing efficiently and transparently to the more than 600 thousand users of the subsidized regime, as well as to anyone who requires it because we are also a regional reference center in health care in the Caribbean, “reiterated the president.

In turn, Humberto Mendoza, Barranquilla’s Secretary of Health, stated that the district network model has provided “mobilization guarantees” to more than 19 thousand users, guaranteeing that “there are no barriers to access” to these services.

The official also said that the great challenge for the public network is to strengthen the preventive medicine model to detect patients with diseases that may pose risks to their lives in time.

“In the city we have a network model that allows patients to access medium and high complexity services without authorizing systems limiting quality and care. We are going to continue strengthening that to provide greater guarantees to citizens, ”he added.

According to the Mayor’s Office figures, health accessibility increased 15 times between 2007 and 2018. It is expected that this year it will increase with the start-up of facilities such as the Camino Ciudadela 20 de Julio and Paso Galán.

For next year, this indicator will continue to grow, taking into account that the works of the New Barranquilla and Nazareth Roads will be delivered, which are being carried out in two important sectors of the city.

Mayor Pumarejo has been making visits to these spaces to verify the progress of the works, taking into account that they were detained for a period due to the pandemic and currently not all the workers have been able to reintegrate, in order to comply with the corresponding regulations.

“We continue to grow with this new offer that adds to a solid network that is providing quality services to Barranquilla residents, demonstrating that it is possible, as we have said for so long, to have quality, sustainable public health that continues to be a pride for each one of us ”, said Pumarejo during one of those tours.

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The value of innovation, through the roof

The bread and butter revolution

According Alexis Superí, Santander Architecture Manager Technology in Santander Argentina, the way to a digital transformation It successfully imposed, first, the hiring of 900 developers.

“Until a year and a half ago, the bank outsourced 90% of its technological endowment. We depended on suppliers for any solution we wanted to implement. With the arrival of Diego Salama – Director of Technology and Operations – we suggested that if we wanted to take ownership of the products, improve them and streamline them, we had to put together our own development team ”explained the computer engineer in the past Red Hat Openshift Commons Gathering on September 21, making the preview of the Forum that, for the first time, was completely virtual.

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The Red Hat Forum Latin America was attended by representatives of important companies.

It happens that the paradigm of permanent change and crisis management may be known in certain settings. But banking is, by history, used to the solidity, which it needed until recently to sell certainty to its customers. With the birth of Fintech, and DeFi -which operate with cryptocurrencies on Blockchain- the enormous and bureaucratic banking structures are seen in the urgency of becoming greyhounds, such as the comparison that Salama used in his participation in the “Cultural Transformation Panel and Modernization ”To describe the challenging digital transformation scenario that Santander has been facing for a year and a half.

In a nutshell, What is basic for a digital native company, such as being scalable, flexible, adaptable to changes and quick to reflect, for a bank can be an exercise in tightrope walking.

However, with his feet on the ground, for Superí, the best way to explain this technological and cultural revolution in Santander is by arguing that the enormous change that they promote, despite seeming pretentious, is laying the foundations for the future. . That is why “it is the bread and butter of our organization. That which we have to know how to do very well, in which we have to be very mature, to be able to move on to doing more complex things, ”says the Santander Manager.

Is it not the most expected, on the part of the clients of the banking entities, that their mobile application is updated incorporating functions that make it increasingly simple, useful and practical?

“Of course,” says Santiago Sinelnicof, Principal Architect of Red Hat Solutions for South America and the Caribbean. “In that sense The Red Hat OpenShift platform is the technological infrastructure that allows a bank to improve the response time in solving a problem in its app, from months to minutes”, He adds.

The advantage that Sinelnicof describes could be explained as follows: whereas in traditional software architecture, in order to innovate, a company had to ask its systems supplier to modify something in a program that was generic – and, therefore, the changes were expensive and slow in addition to the fact that the client’s interest did not necessarily coincide with that of the provider – working with applications developed in the hybrid cloud, through Plataforma OpenShift de Red Hat, the same IT team of the company modifies its software as and when it wants, without intermediaries.

But even using this platform, since Red Hat is considered as the leader in enterprise open source, the improvements that a company introduces in its software can then be used by the other members of the community, which results in the real benefit of becoming open source. This is a guarantee of constant innovation, a dynamic that corporations like banks need like water, so as not to be left behind.

Migrate to the cloud, or die

Averaging Tuesday morning, Sebastián Cao, Senior Director of the Office of Technology of Red Hat Latin America, opened his presentation on the future of business by providing a fact that is as objective as it is surprising: “9 out of 10 companies that appeared in the Fortune 500 in 1995 no longer exist today.” With that laconic diagnosis raised from the outset, it was not difficult for him to explain the urgent need for large companies to reconsider the benefits of the open hybrid cloud.

It is enough to observe two famous examples to understand that the disappearance of large companies in recent years is explained by their inability to adapt to technological changes.

This is what happened with Olivetti (typewriters) versus computers. The Italian firm that lived its golden years in the 60s and 70s, was liquidated by the beginning of the 80s, when the PC took hold. And the same happened with the giant Blockbuster, a global leader in home cinema until the beginning of this century, when it was surrendered to streaming, today dominated by Netflix. In both cases, these are companies whose ranking was enviable until they succumbed to the digital avalanche.

In this sense, the Red Hat Forum It left no room for doubt: managing a hybrid cloud (public and private) on a platform like OpenShift allows working with containers whose update and implementation is agile and adapts to sudden increases in demand. Ideal and absolutely necessary for organizations that decouple their management system from the digital services they provide to the consumer or end user.

For this reason, both Edenor and the Ministry of Health of the Nation were featured on Tuesday. In a talk moderated by Jorge Payró, Sales Director for Red Hat Argentina, Luis Lenkiewicz -Head of Information Technology at Edenor- and Fernando Núñez –National Director of Governance and Integration of Health Systems– they talked about the technological transformation that they launched with Red Hat, both in the private and public spheres.

While the representative of the electricity supplier described the progress in the culture of data in the company, whose effect is the possibility of doing analytics and creating value with the information that is collected, for his part, Núñez detailed to what extent the An open source solution allows the digital health systems of each province to become interoperable, even above the great asymmetries of the country.

The digital transformation seems to suggest that, for the great players, the immediate future imposes them to avoid any tie to unalterable principles, as well as to take care of trying magic solutions whose foundation is not supported by the knowledge of experts. Perhaps the challenge today is, more profoundly, to change to keep changing, because change is what keeps us alive.

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Amaranth’s pleasant headache

He is not tormented by the decision to come. It is a ‘problem’ that gives him peace of mind, it is a ‘mess’ that all the coaches want to have. After Carmelo Valencia’s scoring exhibition against Independiente del Valle, Luis Amaranto Perea, Junior’s helmsman, will face, with a view to the duel against Envigado (Saturday 6:05 pm, at Parque Estadio Sur), a pleasant dilemma: return the starter to Miguel Ángel Borja, the stellar hiring and top scorer of the team this year with seven annotations (five in the League, one in the Super League and one in the Copa Libertadores) or keep ‘Tutunendo’, the man who conquered a triplet (the first by a footballer in red-and-white history) and made Independiente del Valle a former undefeated.

“There is no one like ‘Tutu'”, sing and publish many excited fans with the three goals of the Chocoano in the 4-1 victory against Independiente del Valle, but Borja has also made merits on the court to return to the eleventh starting player. It is not easy to tell the team’s gunner to stay on the bench without being suspended or injured.. Nor is it easy to do the same with the one who has just inflated the network three times in the Libertadores. And when will Teófilo Gutiérrez return? … Uffff … That is the question.

“They are difficult problems, but good ones. You always want the players to have the highest level, that your decisions basically go through minimal issues of the rival. Luckily Carmelo has done well and in some way helps so that internal competition is generated. In general terms, we have a very good team, very good players. There are a lot of games. It seems to me that in the end everyone is going to play ”, replied Luis Amaranto Perea, in the virtual press conference after the game between Junior and Independiente del Valle, when THE HERALD posed the dilemma.

The Solomonic decision you have at hand is to accommodate both of them, with which he must sacrifice Sherman Cárdenas (with what clarity and creation would be lost) or to one of its extremes. This last option seems unlikely, at the moment, for the style of play that Junior has assumed with periods of high blood pressure and fast transitions from defense to attack by exploiting the speed and skill of the men from the sides like Freddy Hinestroza, Luis ‘Cariaco’ González and Edwuin Cetré.

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Rodner Figueroa: María Celeste is an incredible professional

Recently the Venezuelan presenter Rodner Figueroa He was the target of criticism after a message he published on his Instagram account in which he tells how his experience has been before arriving on the program Red Hot of the journalist Rebeka Smith, who replaced María Celeste Arrarás.

“Please follow @rebekasmyth my colleague at @alrojovivo. It is a pleasure to work with her every day. She is an excellent professional, but most importantly, a good partner. In this profession when one is fortunate to meet a safe person of herself and that she is not dominated by the ego, one has to be grateful. I feel lucky to have such a colleague to work happily and happily every afternoon in Red Hot. Welcome Rebeka Smyth and thank you for teaming up. That’s what good television is about and I’m sure the public perceives it that way. ” Figueroa on your social network.

This publication caused controversy among the presenter’s followers, who cataloged that the message was addressed to his former boss, the journalist María Celeste Arrarás.

“Maybe your comment was not malicious, according to you, but I don’t think so. You should be less cold and remember how bad it was and you were a few years in oblivion when they also threw you out. What I mean is that being a communicator and public figure for a long time, and that you went through an episode that will never forget what it was like to call Michelle Obama a monkey, it seems incredible that you have written what is understood as a hint to María Celeste. She was the face of that program and the public misses her even though the other girl is not to blame and is an excellent professional, “said one of the followers on Instagram.

After that, Rodner Figueroa replied. “This has nothing to do with María Celeste. If you saw it that way, I understand where the misunderstanding comes from, but I do not regret having written what I wrote, because it is the truth and my conscience is clear. I am responsible for what I say but not what you interpret, or rather misinterpret. But what a pity that you cannot see the comment for what it is: a simple compliment to a new colleague “, wrote Rodner, according to the magazine. People in spanish.

“María Celeste is an incredible professional and we work beautifully together. We also got along very well when I presented my show segment. She is one of my great friends,” added the Venezuelan.

SOURCE: DRAFTING

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Doctors have learned to determine the deficiency of vitamin B12 in the face


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It is no secret that vitamin B12 plays one of the main roles in the human body, so its deficiency contributes to the development of many diseases, such as anemia. Vitamin is responsible for the formation of red blood cells – red blood cells that provide oxygen to the tissues and cells of the body. It is also involved in DNA formation and blood cell division. This vitamin is also needed for the normal functioning of the nervous system, writes Express.

If a person is experiencing soreness in the face, such as a dull pain in the cheekbone under the eye or shooting in the forehead, then this may indicate a vitamin B12 deficiency. Another “signal” about the lack of this vitamin is a change in complexion: it becomes paler or may have a slight yellow tint. The same is true for the whites of the eyes: they are rather yellow than white.

According to doctors, the color changes due to the fact that there are problems in the formation of red blood cells. There are not enough red blood cells in the body, so the skin appears pale. In this case, the yellow color appears due to the increased level of bilirubin. The amount of this toxin increases when a large number of red blood cells are destroyed in the body, and this is often facilitated by a lack of vitamin B12.

Formerly LIVE24 reportedwhat experts have called inflammation-fighting superfoods. First of all, you need to include berries in your diet. Substances that give cherries, blueberries or cranberries their bright colors act as antioxidants. They can reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system, and reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases. Other plant compounds that are rich in berries, such as flavonoids, phenolic acids and tannins, also help fight inflammation in the body.

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