The obesity epidemic in Mérida has many causes, but the panucho isn’t one of them, said the director of nutrition at DIF Mérida.
We already knew that Yucatán was the most obese state in the nation. And we drink the most Coke of any region in the world. Now we have learned the financial price of this indulgence.
When we saw Erich Briehl selling bags of charcoal, we figured he was on to something, so we sat down for an interview.
Mexican health authorities have approved a dengue vaccine, officials announced yesterday. The drug has undergone testing on over 29,000 patients worldwide.
Construction of a new, nine-story private medical facility will begin in January north of the periférico, a mile north of the of the City Center mall.
The weather right now seems perfect to many of us, but in a region where citizens have acclimated to the heat, some people start shivering this time of year.
The first veterinary blood bank in Mexico has opened in Mérida in an effort to save the lives of pets who require blood transfusions.
Approximately 30 percent of households visited by municipal workers are inadvertently allowing the little buggers to breed, according to Diario de Yucatán.
It’s been established that re-heated pasta and rice is better for you. Now, a researcher says the same applies to traditional corn tortillas.
A five-day plan to spray all of Mérida for mosquitos is in place as part of the city’s ongoing campaign against dengue and chikungunya.