Reciente publicación nuestra en la Revista Cubana De Medicina General Integral (Volumen 34, Número 2 (2018): abril-junio) la cual desde hace algún tiempo presenta un proceso de evaluación por pares (Peer–reviewed) y se encuentra ya indexada en SCOPUS (the World largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings). Tomado delSitio Web.
Whenever someone have asked me- What makes so difficult to approach and control arterial hypertension and its related health conditions?
My response is loud and clear: The complexity of the tangled skein we must deal with as health care providers.
The problem is that there is a growing number of risk factors with a very complex interrelation.
Nowadays, another has been summed up to the list: the screen time or in other words, the time spent on social media, video games, watching television, music videos, advertising, etc.
It is not a secret that is increasingly rare to see kids and adolescents playing games outdoor unless these are part of the school program they belong to. Children are no longer playing hide-and-seek outside or reading a good hard-cover book. Instead, they’ve dived into a world of constant digital media through television, mobile devices and video games.