City Council has allocated 270,000 pesos to subsidize consulting services, medications and sterilization for city residents’ pets.
The Federal Ministry of Health has confirmed the first case of zika in a pregnant woman in Yucatán. The patient is a 19-year-old from Kaua, which is 35 kilometers southeast of Mérida.
The ongoing battle against mosquitos — and the health risks that follow them — are connected to the city’s crack down on vacant lots.
The first phase of Universal Health Care in Mexico makes ISSSTE and IMSS hospitals interchangeable for patients.
Congress will be asked to raise the limit on decriminalized marijuana and allow the use and importation of cannabis-based medication.
When you eat a pineapple raw, ever notice your tongue going a little fuzzy? That’s because the pineapple is doing its thing.
Apart from being the raw material for making tequila and mezcal, the Blue Agave can improve a body’s absorption of calcium and magnesium, essential minerals to maintain bone health.
Every year, 35,000 nationals from Tabasco, Campeche and Quintana Roo come here for highly specialized services, such as treatment for diabetes or cancer.
With the rainy season fast approaching, and worries about mosquitos that come with it, City Council has approved more stringent measures to regulate vacant lots.
The west side of the Paseo de Montejo was shut down last evening to allow hundreds of bike-riders to pedal toward the Monumento a la Bandera after sundown.