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Lunar eclipse: 4 herbal teas to calm the nerves and sleep better in this period

Since ancient times there has been a belief about the influence of the moon and astrological events on the behavior of human beings and the tides. In fact, traditional medicine states that the moon exerts a strong influence on physical and emotional healthBased on this, numerous dietary recommendations have come to light to better deal with these phenomena. And without a doubt one of the most striking are eclipses, this November 19 an important partial lunar eclipse will take place which will reward sky watchers with a beautiful moon that can take on a reddish hue. Although it is a must-see astrological event, it is known that eclipses can have effects on our energy, which is why they tend to alter the mood and quality of sleep. Based on this, we set about selecting 4 deli...
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Avoid these mistakes when applying for a US visa

How to apply for the H-2B visa to work in the US 2:19 (CNN Español) -- Although a large majority of US visa applications are approved, there are several reasons why an agent of the US embassy or consulate may reject it. In 2020, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued more than 4 million visas temporary and non-immigrant. Almost 1.7 million requests they were rejected as ineligible. The number of visas issued decreased in 2020 to less than half of 2019 due to the covid-19 pandemic. Within the category of temporary non-immigrant visas are visas for visitors for pleasure or business trips, visas for students and exchange visitors and visas for temporary workers. Here are the mai...
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City Redoubles Effort to Test for COVID-19 Before Holiday Season Start

Due to the insistent campaign carried out by the City authorities To drive vaccination among New Yorkers, the call for COVID-19 testing has been less and less heard in recent months. But that changed this Wednesday, after Mayor Bill de Blasio, together with the main Health authorities, announced that they will redouble their efforts to do more and more 'tests' before the arrival of the festive season that is characterized by family gatherings. And as a first step, it was announced that the number of mobile units will be doubled for testing that is sent to every corner in the five boroughs, which will allow more people to have access to the three types of tests that are performed in those units: 'PCR' test that takes an average of one day to obtain the results, the rapid th...
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The Generalitat and the Orihuela City Council agree to seek solutions for the Oriol occupational center

The Councilor for Social Welfare of Orihuela, Almudena Baldó and the general director of Social Services Infrastructures, Enric Juan Alcocer, have agreed to create "a work table, which will meet in the coming weeks, in order to find a way out of a problem that is the responsibility of the Ministry of Equality and Inclusive Policies, "says a statement from the City Council. Baldó, who has stated that he had sent him th...
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Rapper Young Dolph shot to death at 36 in Memphis | Rap

Young Dolph, an independent rap star and cousin of the late artist Juice Wrld, was shot and killed Wednesday in his hometown of Memphis, multiple law enforcement sources confirmed. Fox13 Memphis. He was 36 years old.The rapper, whose real name was Adolph Robert Thornton Jr, was shopping for cookies at Makeda's Butter Cookies around 1 p.m. Wednesday when a gunman arrived and shot out the window.Dolph, who has 4.4 million followers on Instagram, released his debut studio album King of Memphis in 2016. The album peaked at number 49 on the Billboard 200 chart. Young Dolph followed up with his album Rich Slave, featuring the single RNB featuring Megan Thee Stallion, in August 2020.Born in Chicago and raised by his grandmother in Memphis, Young Dolph, like the older brother of his siblings, ...
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Sudanese forces shoot 14 people in deadliest day since military coup | Sudan

Sudanese security forces have shot dead at least 14 anti-coup protesters and injured dozens more, on the bloodiest day since the military took power on October 25.Deaths in Khartoum on Wednesday brought the death toll from riots to 38 since the military took power, a pro-democracy union of doctors said. Hundreds more have been injured.The protesters had taken to the streets of the capital despite the fact that telephone lines and Internet services had been interrupted since the military took control, reported AFP journalists."The people choose the civil government," the protesters chanted, also shouting slogans against the ruler of Sudan, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.The Sudanese people protest in Khartoum on November 13 against the military coup. Photograph: EPAThe protesters, mostl...
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Tom Holland and Zendaya break the silence on their romance: “We feel like our privacy was stolen”

Zendaya and Tom Holland attend the 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' photocall in Madrid, Spain. Photo: Carlos Alvarez / Getty Images It's been a few hours since the second trailer for 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' was released and the fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM) They have totally high expectations due to what is shown in the new preview. It is no secret to anyone that Tom Holland He is living the best moment of his entire career, giving viewers for the third time a film of the arachnid superhero that, as Marvel films often do, will give much to talk about in the future and will achieve abysmal numbers at the North American box office . However, one of the reasons why Tom Holland is in the spotlight because of his love affair with zenda...
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Steve Bannon pleads not guilty to contempt of Congress charges

Bannon says he goes on the offensive against Biden 1:21 (CNN) -- Steve Bannon pleads not guilty to criminal contempt of Congress charges against him, notice says filed in federal court this Wednesday. The notice came before a hearing scheduled for Thursday morning, which would be Bannon's first appearance before US District Judge Carl Nichols, who will oversee his case and any possible contempt trial for failing to testify or deliver documents to the commission. of the House of Representatives investigating the assault on the Capitol on January 6. Bannon said he did not need the judge to read his charges in public hearing, according to the filing. This should mean that the court could skip a formal arraignmen...
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Aragonès slams the PSC and opens to negotiate budgets with the commons

Hand extended to the common, slam the door to PSC and new fissure between the partners of the cracked Government of ERC and Junts. President Pere Aragonès finally showed his plan b before the initial veto of the CUP to the budgets and it is none other than to open negotiations with In Common We Can, while dispatching the umpteenth offer of Salvador Illa to agree. The double movement of Aragonès unnerved his partners in Junts, who did not want to include the commons in the equation and, instead, the PSC. The plan b of Ar...
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New York nurses denounce dangerous crisis in hospitals due to lack of personnel and demand more hiring

With banners and phrases with which they demanded respect, and an urgent call to New York Public Hospitals hire immediately more nurses To cover the empty places, health workers from the Big Apple gathered this Wednesday in front of the hospital New York Presbyterian Columbia, in Manhattan, to warn about the danger that medical centers like that are experiencing, due to the lack of enough assistants. Tens health workers crowded outside the hospital, of significant importance to the Latino and African-American communities that reside en Washington Heights, and there they launched the campaign "Save the Staff, Save Lives." The day of protest, which will last until December, is a way to warn about the seriousness of what is experienced in hospitals without enough personnel,...