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June 6, 2019
This Wednesday, Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña and the president of the DIF System, Candelaria Tovar Dávalos, attended the facilities of the Directorate of Child Protection, to witness the last day of the delivery of free glasses to the people who need them the most. The project is possible thanks to DIF and the foundation of...
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Confirming the commitment to continue working on actions that contribute to the care and protection of the environment and natural resources, the Municipal Government led by Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña, commemorated World Environment Day with various activities. In a ceremony, which also recognized the career and contribution of Dr. Juan Luis Cifuentes Lemus, the Director...
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My partner had a goal: He wanted to be a homeowner by 30. A natural at saving, he built up a down payment throughout his mid-20s. I, on the other hand, always struggled to save. That put us in very different financial positions when it came time to buy a house. We were committed to...
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When dog owners go through a stressful period, they’re not alone in feeling the pressure — their dogs feel it too, a new study suggests. Dog owners experiencing long bouts of stress can transfer it to their dogs, scientists report in a study published Thursday in Scientific Reports. The Swedish researchers focused on 58 people...
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As summer travel season begins, friends and relatives have asked me if it’s safe to travel outside the U.S. I understand their fears. The news is filled with scary stories, like a tourist bus being bombed near Egypt’s pyramids, people being knifed at a bus stop in Japan and continuing coverage of the two Boeing...
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Mexico’s president said Thursday he will hold a “unity” rally on the border in Tijuana two days before the U.S. is set to impose tariffs on all Mexican imports. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that a demonstration will be held Saturday to defend Mexico’s “dignity” amid a looming threat from U.S. President Donald Trump,...
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BMW sees no reason to change its plans for Mexico in the wake of U.S. threats to slap duties on Mexican imports, a board member of the German carmaker said on Thursday, adding the company sells cars globally despite tariffs placed by most countries on imported vehicles. The automaker also foresees no immediate change to...
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The Ministry of Health of the state of Jalisco confirmed that, more than five months after the beginning of 2019, the federal authorities have not acquired or distributed the necessary insecticides to prevent epidemic outbreaks of dengue. Juan Salvador García Hernández, the coordinator of the state program to combat dengue in Jalisco, explained that this...
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Puerto Vallarta is the headquarters of the XXV Health Research Forum, an event that takes place at the International Convention Center and which addresses priority issues of public health such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and cancer. One of the objectives of this forum is to strengthen research as a basic tool in the...
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The International Encounter of Field Recording will bring together seven sound and academic artists who will be preserving the sounds of El Salado. The recording of sounds is a tool for the conservation of heritage, says Yair López, the sound artist who heads the International Encounter of Field Recording (EIGC in Spanish), which will be...
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