|Experts Debate Causes and Consequences of High Cesarean Birth Rates in Mexico|
The April issue of Health Affairs includes an analysis of cesarean birth rates in Mexico, the country in the Americas with the second-highest prevalence of cesarean deliveries second only to Brazil.
|New Funding to Save Mexico's Endangered Vaquita|
In a bid to save the world’s smallest species of porpoise from extinction, the Mexican government has announced a pledge of $3 million dollars to place some of them in a temporary refuge.
|Smoking Weed Vs. Eating Weed: The High Effect of Marijuana Edibles on the Human Brain|
As more states prepare to legalize the recreational use of the drug, many are trying edibles as a "healthier" option, but is eating weed better for you than smoking it?
|Addressing Water Scarcity Through Reuse Programs|
A new white paper seeks to help governments in Mexico, Brazil and throughout Latin American to consider their options to address their water scarcity challenges through water reuse programs.
|Many in Mexico Are Taking to Bee Venom Therapy as Alternative to Traditional Medicine|
Bee venom treatment, known as apitherapy, has been hailed by some as an effective alternative to traditional medicine.
|Why Mexico Environmental Activists Fear for Their Lives|
Mexico’s organized crime, state-sanctioned intimidation and near-total impunity have proved to be a hazardous and often deadly combination for the many activists trying to protect the country’s natural resources.
|World's Once Most Obese Man Readies to Undergo Surgery at Guadalajara Hospital|
32-year-old Juan Pedro from Mexico is on a weight loss mission in the hopes he will soon be fit enough to have a gastric bypass.
|Entrepreneurs Find a Way to Fight CDMX Air Pollution|
It’s the fifth-largest city in the world, and the sheer volume of people living in Mexico City means it’s no stranger to high levels of air pollution. Now, two entrepreneurs are hoping to change that by converting petrol-powered cars to electric.
|Guadalajara University Probes Kidney Failure Cases Near Jalisco's Lake Chapala|
Mexico News Daily
Chronic kidney failure continues to be diagnosed among residents of a municipality in Jalisco, and the cause continues to elude researchers.
|World Landmarks Go Dark for 10th Annual Earth Hour|
Major landmarks across the globe turned off their lights for sixty minutes Saturday night to mark Earth Hour, a worldwide event that aims to draw attention to climate change caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas to drive cars and power plants.
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