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When this is all over, I don't want the world to be what it has always been. After the global pandemic caused by the Coronavirus is finally over, taking away pain, suffering and many sacrifices, I don't want us to go back to living in the same way we did before. This horrible situation, in the long run, could turn into an opportunity to reflect on ourselves, on the relationship we have with the people around us, on our future.

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Aches and pains, sore throat, fever – although they may feel similar to those suffering from their symptoms, the novel coronavirus is not the same as the seasonal flu, experts stressed Wednesday. COVID-19, the illness caused by coronavirus, proves deadly in around 3.5 percent of confirmed cases. While this is not the same as its mortality rate, given many people may be infected but not realise it, it is significantly higher than seasonal flu, which typically kills 0.1 percent of patients.

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Married women are more frequently exposed to stress compared to singles. This isn’t surprising though, given the workload consisting of their marriage, parenthood, and career. Women who are married are more prone to getting headaches and dealing with fatigue and anger issues. Additionally, parenting can be quite stressful as well.  AND,  the results of a recently conducted survey suggest that husbands surprisingly are a bigger stress factor for wives than their children.

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Verónica Duque, from Valladolid in Spain, is a fully dedicated teacher, who really makes sure her students understand the material and stay engaged during the lesson. For instance, she recently gave anatomy lesson in a full-body suit which maps out the human body, making sure the students learn the anatomy in sharp detail.

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