President Enrique Peña Nieto attended opening ceremonies for two new hospitals in the west side of the city. If he stayed a while longer, he could have been here for a third opening.
Among the groups at risk are diabetes patients because heat and resulting dehydration increase the concentration of glucose in the blood.
“No other options. We have asked, what if someone does not drive and were told the rules are the rules,” said Vikki Hillman of Merida Expat Services.
Yucatán’s beaches are ready for Easter-week vacationers as health authorities test the Gulf waters for algae that causes a repellent “red tide.”
The complex will have a positive impact on the lives of 96,000 potential visitors in a pleasant environment, surrounded by multiple green areas.
A magazine that studies the world for U.S. retiree and expat adventures found that Mexico is one of the five best countries for health care.
Nearly a year after rabies caused an uproar, an ambitious anti-rabies vaccination campaign for dogs and cats was announced in the port city.
The year’s first battle against mosquitos, a massive descacharrización in Mérida begins this weekend.
Since its creation in 2016, the municipal program “Médico a Domicilio” (“Doctor at Home”) has helped close the inequality gap.
The Autonomous University of Yucatán has received a 6-million-peso grant for its research into an insidious parasitic disease that infects thousands across Latin America.