Day: March 11, 2021


Long live the Mediterranean Diet!

The ancient Mediterranean civilization is rich with stories of grandeur and historic events. It is one of the most distinguished civilizations that have positively influenced other cultures around the world. The geographical location of the Mediterranean allowed its people to influence the other continents.      The Mediterranean became a cauldron for cultures from Mesopotamia, […]

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Italy: Return to normality within 15 months

  Giovanni Rezza, the prevention director of the Ministry of Health, said that if Italy were to roll out 240,000 COVID-19 vaccines every day, it should be able to return to normal within 7 to 15 months.    Rezza told the Senate Health and Hygiene Committee: “We recently established a mathematical model with the US […]

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Belgium France

French hospitals send Covid-19 patients to Belgium

  As the hospital reached a saturation point, coronavirus patients in Hauts-de-France, the northernmost region of northern France, were transferred to Belgium.    The Regional Health Service (ARS) said that facilities in some towns and cities in Belgium have provided intensive care beds to ease the pressure on the overcrowded hospitals in France.  ARS said […]

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Portugal extends border closure with Spain

  The Portuguese Minister of Internal Management Eduardo Cabrita said in Madrid on March 11 that due to the fight against Covid-19, the current restrictions on the land border between Portugal and Spain should be extended until Easter. Eduardo Cabrita said during the commemoration of the “Day of Victims of European Terrorism”: “In principle, we […]

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Denmark and Iceland stop AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine

  The health authorities of Denmark, Norway and Iceland announced on Thursday that they will suspend the use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine after blood clots have formed in some vaccinated people. Austria has stopped using a batch of AstraZeneca injections when investigating deaths caused by coagulopathy and diseases caused by pulmonary embolism.    However, the […]

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Italy Lifestyle

Sicilian town sells houses for 1 Euro

  The Sicilian town of Troina has recently put many abandoned houses on the market for 1 Euro.    Troina, an ancient city into the heart of the island, can be reached through an extraordinary territory, incredibly rich of valleys, hills and mountains, often quite unknown even by Sicilians.   The city origins refer to […]

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Sport Swimming

Is Swimming A Good Sport To Lose Weight?

  Have you taken up swimming as a sport to help you to lose weight? If you are, you are not alone because most people think that swimming is effective way to tone muscles and lose weight. This is why the public swimming pools everywhere are always packed in the evenings and on weekends. Before […]

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