|Can HIV-Positive Men Have a Biological Child? New Life Mexico Believes They Can|
New Life Mexico
New Life Mexico believes that HIV-positive intended parents deserve an opportunity to have a family like everyone else in the world.
|In Some Poor CDMX Barrios, Water a Rare Commodity|
Iztapalapa is the poorest and most populous area in Mexico City. It is also the one that suffers most from a lack of water. Even in neighborhoods that have running water, it often doesn’t work. But Iztapalapa isn’t alone.
|Mexico Eliminates Infectious Disease Which Is World's Leading Cause of Blindness |
Mexico has become the third country in the world and the first in the Americas to receive validation of trachoma elimination as a public health problem.
|WWF: Heritage Sites Threatened by Wildlife Trafficking|
Between 1970 and 2012 global wildlife populations fell almost 60% on average and illegal harvesting of species in world heritage sites was one of the main drivers for this decline, says WWF report.
|Facts on Earth Day About Health, Environment, Planet, Pollution, Plants and Animals|
The first Earth Day was in 1970. What’s changed since? Our population has doubled. We’re emitting 2.4 times more CO2. Sea levels have risen 4 inches. But the world has also changed for the better.
|Tourism in Mexico Threatened By Climate Change|
The main Mexican tourist destinations on the beach are highly exposed to the effects of climate change due to sea level rise, especially in the Caribbean region.
|Unprecedented Progress Against Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Americas|
Pan American Health Organization
The World Health Organization reported remarkable achievements in tackling neglected tropical diseases, which affect primarily populations living in extreme poverty and cause suffering, permanent disability, and death.
|US-Mexico Wall Puts Animals in Danger of Extinction|
A wall along the United States/Mexico border could seriously disrupt the natural habitats and movements of many animals species that live there.
|New United Nations Report Highlights Impact of Climate Change on Health|
While a new UN report finds that health risks related to climate change are on the rise worldwide, it avers that coordinated international responses can help prevent some of the worst impacts of climate change on health.
|The Race to Save Mexico's Vaquita from Extinction|
PRI's The World
Illegal fishermen in northern Mexico are being blamed for driving the world’s most endangered marine mammal to the brink of extinction.
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