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Migrant families are "separating themselves" at the border.

The US economy is growing at its fastest pace since 1984.

Here's what you need to know to start your day

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AstraZeneca pauses pediatric vaccine trial

A pediatric trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has been halted pending a review by the UK drug regulator on rare cases of blood clots in adults, an Oxford University spokesman told CNN.

  • Biden advances the deadline for all adults to be vaccinated to April 19

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Migrant families are "separating themselves"

Migrant families are "separating themselves" in Mexico, sending children alone to cross into the United States after being expelled, the chief of the US Border Patrol in the Rio Grande valley sector told CNN. .

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The US economy grows at its fastest pace since 1984

President Joe Biden's US $ 1.9 trillion stimulus package will strengthen the US economy and drive faster global growth this year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) noted.

However, the agency warned that many countries continue to suffer from the pandemic and are at risk of being left behind.

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Chile distributed defective contraceptive pills.

There are 150 pregnancies

At least 150 women claim to have become pregnant while taking Anulette CD, a contraceptive pill distributed by the Government of Chile.

Without the option to legally terminate their pregnancies, if they wanted, or any real responsibility from the government or pharmaceutical companies, the women prepare to file a legal action in civil courts.

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How to talk about alcohol and drugs with children of all ages

The author of "The Addiction Inoculation," Jessica Lahey, shares why the adolescent brain is especially vulnerable to alcohol and drugs, how all adults can help children make better decisions about alcohol and drug use, and how his own sobriety inspired the book.

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Guide to avoid covid-19 during your stay in a hotel

If you've received the COVID-19 vaccine, vacationing in a fancy hotel room is an option.

Here's what to pack and what to do for a safe stay.

The richest people in Latin America and Spain on the Forbes list

Forbes published its list of the richest in the world, and although the top ten places are practically taken by Americans (8 out of 10), several Latin Americans and Spaniards are also in this year's ranking.

Look who they are.

Norwegian Cruise Line wants CDC to allow vaccinated passengers to travel

Norwegian Cruise Line wants to resume US cruises on July 4 and is willing to require all passengers and crew to be vaccinated before sailing.

One of the pioneers of the web will be removed from the internet in May

Yahoo Answers, a question-and-answer platform that launched more than 15 years ago and became one of the greatest treasures of information and misinformation on the internet, will close on May 4.

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The number of the day

38,000

The Texas Rangers of the Major Leagues played their first home game and is the only MLB team that allows the maximum capacity of attendees in its stadium: 38,000 spectators.

Quote of the day

"To set an example and protect themselves, that's why I'm going to get vaccinated"

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, rectified his statements about not getting vaccinated.

The president assured that he will be vaccinated within "about 15 or 20 days."

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This air fryer is 20% off

With three trays and a capacity of 10 liters it will allow you to cook for the whole family.

And to finish…

Why are so many dinosaur fossils discovered in Argentina?

Argentine Patagonia has been the epicenter of important dinosaur fossil discoveries.

Diego Pol, paleontologist and researcher at the "Egidio Feruglio" Paleontological Museum, explains how and why so many remains have specifically appeared in the province of Neuquén.

Why are there so many dinosaur fossils in Argentina?

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