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    Psychologists, psychiatrists and experts from Silicon Valley are warning that social networks use can be addictive and its consequences the same as those of any other addiction: anxiety, dependence, irritability, lack of self-control, etc. Faced by this prospect, people are increasingly asking: are social networks a real problem?

  • Science and adventure often travel hand in hand. Begoña Jiménez has been on the trail of Persistent Contaminating Pollutants (POP) as far as the Antarctic. She is one of the "Sentinel" scientists, a project set up to measure the accumulation and persistence in the environment of these substances that can affect human health.

    Leaving the tap running while you brush your teeth, drinking bottled water and throwing chewing gum on the ground. These, and other everyday habits show that we are sometimes unaware of how we pollute the environment. Learn about the small daily habits you can change to benefit the planet.

  • Are you sure you know how to protect the environment? Many of us believe that we lead lives that respect nature but our consumption habits give us away. Many little habits that seem to be sustainable are in fact polluting. We will show you the five mistakes that are the most harmful for the health of our planet.

    We interview Guillermo Fesser, Spanish journalist and writer, based in the United States, known for having been a former member of the legendary Gomaespuma Duo. Its book, Get to know Bernardo de Gálvez, is the only textbook in U.S. schools that makes mention of Spain's crucial help to Washington's army in achieving independence.