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Do you think that the reappearance of people infected with Covid, even with booster vaccines (for example, Biden's wife), would force us to reconsider traveling?

A. No, I don't think so, what we must accept is that covid is here to stay and we have to use face masks (including the nose) in places with little or poor ventilation, with groups of people such as in mass transportation, airports, etc. and continue with vaccines. There is no option.


Advertisements say you have to wash your hair twice, true or myth?

A. More myth than truth, but it depends on the circumstances, so even two washes are unnecessary for most people, because the practice can end up stripping the hair of some beneficial oils.

“The key is to keep good oils on your scalp, so over-washing could dry your scalp out too much and cause more problems,” Cheung explained. “It is much better to wash once with a high-quality shampoo than several times with a low-quality one.”

Overwashing can lead to a host of other problems, such as color washout, dryness, split ends, and flaking.

“Hair texture is also an important factor,” Cheung said. “For example, curly hair can become frizzy if washed too often.”

As a general guide, you should assume that if your head is itchy, flaky, or even sore, you may be rubbing your scalp too frequently.

“It's like washing any part of your skin,” Gao said. “When you wash your hand too much, for example, you get eczema, because every time you do it, even if you're just getting your skin wet, you're disrupting the barrier so you have dryness, irritation and redness.”


In which countries in the world do people live in extreme poverty?

A. Extreme poverty is defined as living on less than 1.90 dollars a day, 36 of our pesos.

According to the World Bank, in 2019 there were 719 million people living in extreme poverty around the world. Most of these people live in sub-Saharan Africa, where 43% of the population lives in extreme poverty.

Other regions with high rates of extreme poverty include South Asia (27%), East Asia and the Pacific (9%), and Latin America and the Caribbean (7%).

These are the five countries with the highest number of people living in extreme poverty in the world:

Nigeria: 86.9 million; India: 73.5 million; Democratic Republic of the Congo: 55.6 million; Ethiopia: 28.1 million; Bangladesh: 25.8 million.

In 2021, there were 62.9 million people living in extreme poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean. This represents 12.9% of the region's population. The countries with the highest rates of extreme poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean are:

Honduras: 29.01%; Haiti: 43.75%; Nicaragua: 28.86%; Guatemala: 20.13%; Bolivia: 15.2%

Mexico has 8.5% of the population in this condition and the number has decreased in recent years, but it is still a major problem.

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