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Prosecutors say they have found 18 bags of human remains and tools used to dismember bodies at a farm in San Agustín, in the municipality of Tlajomulco, Jalisco, just outside of Lake Chapala. State prosecutors don’t have a count of the bodies. Containers found at the farm that could also hold more. Officials said Friday...
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In Puerto Vallarta, the rains have generated floods, and these, in turn, have cause road chaos, potholes, and accidents. Not to mention the flooding of shopping centers. But in the basin of the Lerma River, the story is different. According to the records of the State Water Commission (CEA), the current storm has taken Lake...
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How does medical care compare in Mexico with what expats are used to from their home country? In terms of quality, accessibility and affordability, the answer is very good, according to the majority of expatriates contacted for a recent survey on the subject. The medical care they receive in Mexico Health in Mexico: a research...
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Eduardo Baltazar is the youngest person in the tiny Mexican village of Agua Caliente to have a kidney transplant, undergoing the life-saving surgery a month shy of his 13th birthday. The boy is one of many victims of a health crisis in the western state of Jalisco that environmental experts are linking to water and...
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Mexico is not only the nearest destination abroad for U.S. and Canadian expats; it is also one of the most popular. More than a million expats are estimated to live in Mexico full- or part-time… the largest concentration of North American expats anywhere in the world. Of course, it helps that Mexico is also one...
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  Transcript GWEN IFILL: Finally tonight, Americans have long crossed the border with Mexico in search of cheaper medical procedures, dental work and prescription drugs. Now a new trend is afoot: finding a place to live out retirement years. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery has the story, part of our occasional series about long-term care. KATHLEEN...
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The US State Department has updated their warning for US Citizens traveling in Mexico. Due to last week’s events throughout the state, the US Government has issued stronger warnings. [box type=”shadow” align=”” class=”” width=””]Jalisco: Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, and Lake Chapala are major cities/travel destinations in Jalisco – Exercise caution throughout the state, particularly in rural...
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Hundreds of thousands of fish have been washed up on the shores of Lake Cajititlan in the Mexican state of Jalisco over the past week. Almost 50 tonnes of dead popoche chub freshwater fish have been removed from the lake. The local authorities said it was part of a “natural cycle” but state officials said...
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