|Fight Depression by Eating a Teaspoon of Mexico's Native Chia Seeds Daily|
Experts from the Central Food Technological Research Institute are regarding chia seeds, once consumed by some of the most ancient civilizations like the Mayans and the Aztecs, as the new superfood for depression.
|Samana Santa Ceasefire: Guerrero Drug Cartels Agree to Easter Peace Deal|
The Mexican town of Taxco has been caught in the crossfire of drug violence, with more than 200 people killed this year alone. But local gangs have agreed to hold fire during Easter.
|In Its 150th Year, Urge Canada to End the Commercial Seal Slaughter|
As Canada prepares to celebrate its 150th birthday, the festivities are marred by an ugly stain: the annual commercial seal slaughter, in which tens of thousands of baby seals are shot or bludgeoned to death for their fur.
|On the Road in Mexico, Central American Migrants Face an Uncertain Future|
Thousands of Central Americans cross into Mexico every day, dreaming of more peaceful and prosperous lives. For many, this is the first moment of a long, dangerous journey north.
|This Is What It Looks Like When the 'Mother of All Bombs' Explodes|
The bomb, known in military ranks as “MOAB,” or the “mother of all bombs,” was used Thursday for the first time in combat, though it was developed in the early 2000s.
|Fishermen in Nayarit Lobby for Mangrove Protection|
Mexico has the fourth highest number of mangroves in the world and millions depend on them for their livelihoods. Fishermen have joined a government fight to stop mangroves from being destroyed.
|President Treads Carefully as Mexico Confronts Venezuela Democracy Crisis|
Mexico’s insistence that the government of Venezuela return to “democratic norms” is not an effort to take the lead in Latin America’s response to the country’s worsening economic and political crisis.
|Staying at Rancho La Puerta Feels Like You Died and Went to Fitness Heaven|
From luscious grounds to outstanding organic cuisine and a workout schedule that would rival any top gym, the worst thing about being at Rancho La Puerta is knowing you’ll have to leave.
|How Technology Will Be Used at US-Mexico Border|
Though bidding for companies vying for the chance to build the estimated $15 billion wall has closed, experts still say that technology has and will continue to play an important role in securing the border.
|Tijuana's 'Little Haiti' Now Home to Thousands of Stranded Haitian Immigrants|
Some Haitian refugees pass through 10 countries to get to the United States, where they hope to be granted asylum. But too often, they are sent away and become stuck here in Tijuana, Mexico.
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