Italy could have 600,000 infected, ten times more than those registered

Angelo Borrelli, head of Civil Protection and special commissioner for this crisis in Italy, considers “credible” that for each person infected with coronavirus registered there are nine others who do not know that they are infected. According to the latest official data, there are almost 64,000 citizens affected by Covid-19 in the country, but in […]

Ten ‘podcasts’ to learn to think | Blog Wine days and podcasts

1. Revisionist History If any of you have had the opportunity to read any of the books of Malcolm Gladwell —Almost all published, by the way, in Taurus– You will understand what I will tell you now: that reading Gladwell is like navigating an inhospitable river and leaving, not only safe from such a journey, […]

Are you panicking? Then the coronavirus comes to you!

I could take this interview by phone. Which, incidentally, was suggested by my interlocutor, one of the most respected virologists in the country, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, doctor of medical sciences Alexander Lukashev. But I, to his obvious surprise, asked for a meeting. EVERYTHING AT THE INSTITUTE IS QUIET … Five […]

If you are going to diet, let it be one of these two | Good Life

You choose to stop eating carbohydrates, limit fat or fast intermittently. You go from removing things from the menu and join the fashion of increasing protein, or eat raw meat as if you were in the Stone Age … Each of these diets have attractive peculiarities that lead you to try your luck, but also […]

Atomic Veterans of America – NBC Connecticut

The enemy Hank Bolden faced did not come from a distant front line. It came from the skies. It’s a battle that’s still going on 65 years later. Bolden, who is now 82 years old, is an atomic veteran – one of hundreds of thousands of American service members used in human testing by the […]

Ten historical mistakes about Spain that (almost) everyone makes daily

César CerveraFOLLOW Updated:02/24/2020 10: 34h save Related news Errors, gazapos, topical and false beliefs crucially affect the vision of Spain’s past. Neither Isabel La Católica sold her jewels to buy the ships of Columbus, nor is the Crown of Aragon the same as the Kingdom of Aragon. Reality always surpasses fiction at the crossroads, but […]