A year after a French company brought its dengue vaccine to Yucatán, the potentially life saving drug is still absent from government health authorities’ routine care plan.
One month before the beginning of influenza season, 45 people in Yucatán are being treated for the flu.
A new campaign to fight mosquitoes and the illness they can bring began as new statistics revealed both encouraging and disheartening news.
After finger-pointing from the U.S. a plantation in Mexico has passed inspection and has been certified to continue marketing its crops.
Arizona State University has taken a major step forward in boosting Zika prevention efforts.
A deadly salmonella outbreak in the U.S. has been traced to a single farm in Tenabo, Campeche.
Progreso, Yucatán — The local clinic is in overdrive for the summer holiday. The Health Center with Expanded Services (CESSA) announced that they are working 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help tourists who need them. El Centro de Salud con Servicios Ampliados, as it is called in Spanish, is being put […]
Dust from the Sahara desert has made its way to Yucatán, bringing pretty sunsets for all but health concerns for some.
About 400 restaurants affiliated with the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Food Industry in Yucatán will voluntarily post calorie counts in their menus.
Can the state’s own university system become a hero in the fight against dengue, zika and chikungunya?