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After The World Health Organization released a report affirming the importance of the working class to social and economical development, the Siglo 21 University in Buenos Aires conducted their own study to assess the state of workers here in Argentina.

In a move many deem long-overdue, on Monday, June 18th, the World Health Organization announced that it would officially no longer classify transgender people as mentally ill.  

The change, made public in the United Nations health agency’s 11th International Classification

Mate — Argentina’s pride and soul — has been removed from a list of possible carcinogens by the World Health Organization (WHO) (along with coffee, but who cares). Rejoice! However, before you take a long sip from your bombilla in …

Yesterday we reported that a creepy hoax WhatsApp voice message had gone viral, warning of something close to a dengue apocalypse. And while we’re not at Walking Dead levels of the epidemic, it looks like dengue is definitely here to …

According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Human Development Index (HDI) released yesterday, Argentina leads South America in terms of human development, having jumped from 49th place to 40th.

More important than the fact that this gives us one more …

After declaring Argentina to have the fifth highest obesity rate in the world last year, the World Health Organization is at it again: today, it released a statement declaring red and processed meat to probably be carcinogenic. Damn it, …