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May 13, 2015
A simple daily vitamin may help prevent the most common types of skin cancer in people at high risk of the disease, according to new research from Australia. A study conducted at the University of Sydney found that nicotinamide, a form of vitamin B3, reduced by 23 percent the incidence of new, non-melanoma skin cancers...
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Mexico City (AFP) – In a custody case gripping Mexico, a Texas woman had an emotional reunion with a girl believed to be her daughter after authorities forcibly sent the wrong girl to the United States. Dorotea Garcia, who flew in from Houston on Tuesday, said she embraced 13-year-old Alondra in the western state of...
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A garden oasis has sprung to life in New York City this week with a replica of Frida Kahlo’s Mexico City garden at her home known as “Casa Azul.” The replica was constructed at the New York Botanical Gardens and will be displayed to the public from May 16 – November 1, 2015. The garden...
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Drug manufacturers have begun amassing enormous troves of human DNA in hopes of significantly shortening the time it takes to identify new drug candidates, a move some say is transforming the development of medicines. The efforts will help researchers identify rare genetic mutations by scanning large databases of volunteers who agree to have their DNA sequenced...
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Officials in Mexico have issued warnings along the Pacific Coast for mar de fondo, a phenomenon that causes large ocean swells. These swells can pound the coastline with waves up to three meters. Mar de fondo are swells caused by strong winds that increase in size and speed as they ripple through the ocean. ‘Swell...
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Yesterday, May 12, Mexican Government officials met with the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association in Miami, Florida to discuss future plans for cruises to Puerto Vallarta. According to a statement they agreed, “to improve and increase communications to ensure the cruise lines are kept better informed and receive updates in real time about the destination.” A...
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