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A contingent of 150 firefighters has been working to temper the blaze and avoid its spread.
Expats and snowbirds are flocking to Calle 66 for one of Mérida’s fastest-growing skin-care clinics: Tersana. One reason is that the dermatologist who founded Tersana,...
At Little Lotus, yoga is about a way of living as much as the practice itself.
Health Itinerary is a Mérida-based company with one mission, peace of mind for customers.
The surge in new infections reached nearly reached 300 on Thursday alone, prompting authorities to wonder if more strict measures are needed once again.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association claims that eating at least two servings of avocado per week reduced the risk of heart attack by 21%.
Federal health authorities are calling on adult volunteers to take part in human trials for Mexico's Patria COVID-19 vaccine.
Residents in Progreso and other communities on Yucatán's northern coast are complaining of illegal garbage dumps.
COVID-19 booster shots will be available for Mérida residents 60 and over starting Thursday.
A new collective in Mérida is aiming to create for the city’s neurodivergent art community.
International residents in Progreso are coming to the aid of the port city's stray animals.
Mérida is set to get a new hospital to replace its over 100-year-old Augusto O’Horán medical center. The much-needed hospital will be built with both...
Junk food consumption has increased along with the obesity epidemic, which one of the critical risk factors for chronic non-communicable diseases, according to the Pan American Health Organization.
The number of stray dogs and cats on the streets and beaches of Progreso has become a public health hazard, admits Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi.
This week marks the beginning of Yucatán's rabies vaccination program for cats and dogs
Summertime means a new wave of popup ads — often for beverages. Many are for alcoholic seltzer, which remains one of the buzziest drinks...
Trucks fitted with special spray equipment, as well as workers armed with tanks and nozzles are a common sight in Yucatán during the rainy season.
According to some estimates, up to 600 children may have died over the last two years due to a lack of treatment.
Volunteer recruitment has begun for trials of Mexico's first COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The Patria vaccine was developed by the Mexican drug manufacturer Avimex in conjunction...
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