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Jalisco finished 2019 in first place nationally for confirmed cases of dengue, with 11,727, in addition, and the state also ended the year with the largest number of deaths from Dengue with 49, reported by...






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Tips for calming your dog during fireworks

In Mexico, we love our fireworks but our furry friends tend to disagree with us on this. In these dates of constant celebrations, the excessive use of fireworks plays a fundamental role in the fiestas of Mexico, so it is necessary to take some precautions for the care of your dog during fireworks. How to...

Chant or rant? Surviving the most wonderful time of the year

If the holidays leave you more stressed than centered, some experts say daily meditation sessions can help. The only question: Who has time to meditate when it takes 20 minutes just to find parking at the mall? Perhaps a more practical approach is Immediate Gratification Meditation. Try these tongue-in-cheek chants to maintain your serenity —...

Countries implementing about half of WHO recommendations

About half of the recommendations suggested by the World Health Organization to reduce chronic disease are put into practice, according to a new study. Implementation is slowly improving, yet alcohol and tobacco policies are the least widely practiced, researchers report in The Lancet Global Health. “It’s a matter of holding countries accountable for their international...
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Jalisco reports the most cases of Zika in Mexico

A total of 124 cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed in Mexico, 13 of these cases are in pregnant women, said the Directorate General of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health. The states that top the list with the most confirmed case numbers are Jalisco with 41 cases, followed by Morelos and Sinaloa...

Mexico stops shipment of glyphosate pesticide citing health and environmental concerns

The Mexican government says it won’t allow a 1,000-ton shipment of the pesticide glyphosate into the country, citing health and environmental concerns. Mexico became the latest in a string of countries to announce bans on glyphosate, the active ingredient in weed killer Roundup. Mexico’s environment department said Monday it denied a permit to import glyphosate,...

Health Ministry of Jalisco warns of possible dengue rise in Puerto Vallarta

The Ministry of Health in Jalisco is concerned about dengue cases increasing in coastal areas of the state, and it is expected that in the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area they will start to decline, details the director of Public Health of the agency, Mario Márquez Amezcua. “Every time there are fewer cases in the Metropolitan area...

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