|Patients from Around the World Flock to Mexico for Affordable Medical Procedures|
Over one million people are expected to travel to Mexico this year for affordable or alternative medical procedures, most hailing from the United States, where healthcare costs keep rising.
|The Climate Has Changed Before. But This Is Different|
Climate change is part of life on planet Earth; however, context is needed to understand past change and the current situation. Archaeology can explain how temperature change of just a few degrees cause extreme weather events, affect crops, and impact human lives.
|Expatriates Living in Mexico Should Have a Plan B for Unexpected Medical Emergencies|
Mexico News Daily
As our lives pass relatively peacefully here in Mexico we may or may not have the good fortune to remain in good health with only the occasional visit to a physician. Years may go by but eventually ill health will catch up with us.
|Fishermen Clean Oaxaca’s Beaches After Oil Spill|
Fishermen on Mexico’s southern Pacific coast were cleaning up beaches in the wake of an October 9 oil spill whose potential environmental impact remained unclear.
|First Test Tube Baby Hits Out at Internet Abuse for Fertility Treatment Families|
The world’s first “test tube baby” has said she hopes families who undergo cutting-edge fertility treatments – such as “three-parent” babies – are not subject to the same harassment her family received after pioneering IVF.
|Abandoned Fishing Nets Are Being Recycled in Mexico|
World Animal Protection says it has joined forces with the International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita, Monterey Bay Diving and local fishermen in San Felipe, Mexico, to locate abandoned gillnets in vaquita porpoise habitat areas.
|Baby Death Trial Reveals Growing Persecution of Women in Mexico Who Miscarry|
Dafne McPherson was convicted of murder after her baby died during childbirth – part of a growing trend to criminalize women in conservative parts of the country.
|US-Mexico Border Wall Poses Environmental Risks|
U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall between the United States and Mexico would be an environmental "disaster," a United Nations official said this week.
|Father of Mexican Girl with Severe Epilepsy to Defend Cannabis Oil Before WHO|
Latin American Herald Tribune
The father of a girl with severe epilepsy whose case paved the way for the legalization of medical marijuana in Mexico will appear before the World Health Organization to defend the use of a cannabis-derived compound as a treatment for seizures.
|Mexico Announces Capture of Rare Vaquita Porpoise|
Mexico said Saturday it had captured a rare vaquita marina porpoise - a female of reproductive age - as part of a last-ditch bid to save the critically endangered species.
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