UNAM’s Yucatán scientists say red octopus’ saliva could cure Alzheimer’s

The red octopus’ saliva is a potential substance that would contain agents against Alzheimer’s disease, and its.

Mexican senate passes medical marijuana bill

Mexico’s Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill on Tuesday Dec. 13 that would allow for the.

State of Mexico University creates strategies to prevent obesity

UAEM INVESTIGATES STRATEGIES TO PREVENT AND TREAT OBESITY The study was presented at the First.

Effective Steps To Stop Smoking Now!

How can you quit smoking now and make sure that you’re doing it in a.

Mexico to investigate ‘monopolistic’ pricing of medicines

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s competition regulator Cofece said on Wednesday Oct. 19 it had opened.

Mexican peso depreciation increases medicine prices up to 50%

The prices of generic and patent drugs have increased in Mexico, mainly due to the.

Practitioners and researchers seek to preserve medicinal plants in Yucatán

Specialists of the Center for Scientific Research of Yucatan (CICY) along with doctors of traditional.

Dengue vaccine debuts in Mexico

While the world awaits a Zika vaccine, the first ever injection against dengue fever is.

New skin cancer medicine developed by Cuban scientists

Cuba continues to be a world leader in medical research and health care. Cuban biologists.

Non-invasive technique to detect skin cancer developed in Mexico

A non-invasive technique for the early detection of skin cancer has been developed by students.

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AMLO stuck for hours on commercial flight in Oaxaca

Mexico’s President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who has vowed to sell the presidential jet and fly commercial after taking power,…

Yucatan will become a pole for Artificial Intelligence in Mexico

Yucatan seeks to become the pole for the development of artificial intelligence at national and regional level in the next…

Increased prevention efforts needed to curb the growing risk of future natural disasters in Yucatán

Aarón Palomo Euán, director of the Civil Protection Unit of the state government, warns that nowadays there are more risks…

Truck storing 150 unclaimed corpses found in Jalisco, Mexico

Two weeks after residents of Tlaquepaque, Jalisco began complaining about a terrible smell coming from a local warehouse, they discovered…

“Quintana Roo’s subsoil fragility is a challenge that the Maya Train will face ” expert says

Chetumal (19 Sept 2018) .- In the framework of the development of works related to the Maya Train "we must…

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