Gregorio Avendaño, the patient diagnosed as the probable first case of black fungus in Mexico, died yesterday after more than a week fighting for his life. Gregorio was hospitalized at the Centro Medico Nacional La Raza, in Mexico City, where days before he had undergone an operation to try to stop the spread of the infection on his face.
HEALTH AND WELLBEING
In the State of Jalisco, intoxications due to scorpion stings are of great importance since the entity occupies sixth place in the country due to the number of cases and is above the national average.
When primitive men injured their feet with stones and irregularities of the ground or felt cold, or the effects of humidity, they began to cover their feet with braided plant leaves, tree bark, and animal skins. The footwear had a functional and protective meaning.
People who suffer from Burnout or also known as "being burned", are described in the literature that despite having been idealistic, optimistic, and dedicated to their work, with high motivation and work commitment, many times due to excessive demands or work requirements leads to a chronic but deficient effort that ends up with results not...
Researchers from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) developed a gel and a transdermal patch of prolonged release, which contain caffeine and which serves to contribute to diminishing overweight and obesity in the Mexican population. The product is in the process of being patented.
Mexico is the second country in Latin America in candy consumption, only behind Brazil, according to the Food Industry Chamber. Annually, Mexicans consume 4.5 kilograms of candy.
Nowadays, more and more people are using medicinal plants not only to improve their health but also to recover the knowledge of natural medicine, because it has always been known that the use of plants is a good way to prevent diseases, complementing the benefits with a good diet and some exercise.
It is estimated that this year tobacco is the cause of 12% of all deaths worldwide. Therefore, it is necessary to prevent its consumption in the population, especially among the youngest.
Throughout our lives, we live daily with not only thousands but millions of diverse microbial groups that swarm in the kitchen, in the home bathroom, on school desks, as well as on the desk and keyboard of the office computer.
Although some people use the words butter and margarine interchangeably as if they were synonyms, they are not really the same, especially because of what their consumption represents for health.