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    • Con la excusa de que se deben acabar las noticias falsas y el acoso en las redes sociales, el Gobierno y los diputados sandinistas en la Asamblea Nacional preparan un paquete de reformas a varias leyes, incluido el Código Penal, para controlar, a través de la penalización, la información que circula en el internet. Los cambios llegarían a afectar a los periódicos, la televisión y la radio, puesto que se pretende que no publiquen denuncias que los usuarios hagan en las redes sociales, cuando esas informaciones contradigan el modelo de familia y de seguridad del país que conceptualiza el Gobierno. Leer más:
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    • Eventually it happens to everyone. As we age, even if we're healthy, the heart becomes less flexible, more stiff and just isn't as efficient in processing oxygen as it used to be. In most people the first signs show up in the 50s or early 60s. And among people who don't exercise, the underlying changes can start even sooner. "The heart gets smaller — stiffer," says Dr. Ben Levine, a sports cardiologist at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, in Dallas. Think of the heart muscle as a rubber band, Levine says. In the beginning, the rubber band is flexible and pliable. But put it in a drawer for 20 years and it will emerge dry and brittle. "That's what happens to the heart and blood vessels," he says. And down the road, that sort of stiffness can get worse, he notes, leading to the breathlessness and other symptoms of heart failure, an inability of the heart to effectively pump blood to the lungs or throughout the body. Fortunately for those in midlife, Levine is finding that even if you haven't been an avid exerciser, getting in shape now may head off that decline and help restore your aging heart. He and his colleagues published their recent findings in the American Heart Association's journal, Circulation. The research team recruited individuals between the ages of 45 and 64 who were mostly sedentary but otherwise healthy.
    • Who else is watching this serie?  I do since it is based on history. I like Darren Criss performance here.  I think that if the series would have been named "Andrew Cunanan" wouldn't be so attractive as it is when mentioning Gianni Versace. I'm amazed how serial killers lie a lot, disguise and end up killing sometimes their loved ones. 
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