Dive into Baja California Sur's oceanic wonderland! Unravel the mystery of whales, Earth's rockstars, from the mustached Mysticeti to the toothy rebels, Odontoceti. It's a deep-sea adventure – join the ocean's guardian party.
Schumpeter, a maverick economist of the 20th century, challenged norms with his views on democracy and capitalism. From envisioning them as dynamic systems to critiquing classical theories, his legacy sparks intellectual debates, urging us to rethink the link between politics and economics.
Mexico faces a silent epidemic with 95% of 50 million yearly antibiotic prescriptions deemed unnecessary, fueling a global health threat. Urgent intervention is crucial to combat antibiotic resistance and safeguard the progress made in the fight against infections.
Pemex, the superhero of Mexican gasoline, reclaims 82% market share, selling 660K barrels/day. With a liquidity edge and a diesel dominance, it's a fuel-fueled fiesta. Yet, only half of the 13.5K stations bear the Pemex badge. The stage is set for a gasoline showdown.
Mexico embraces nearshoring, preparing for a trade dispute with the U.S. to attract investments. Secretary Bárcena urges collective action, emphasizing untapped potential. With exports surging, Mexico eyes a strategic role in the evolving global trade landscape.
Mexico's agrifood sector spices up the global stage with a 20.48% surplus, reaching a 31-year export high at $39.27B. Thanks to 14 trade agreements and a focus on health, it's not just a cash cow but a healthy fiesta.
Step into the whirlwind of Soviet change, where Bolshevik women shattered norms. From government offices to war fronts, they pioneered gender equality. The 1918 Family Code and workplace reforms ignited a global spark, urging nations to rethink norms.
From Bolshevik dreams to Stalinist realities, the October Revolution's impact on women's emancipation was a tumultuous journey. Amidst civil war and bureaucracy, gender equality glimpses endured, but the collapse of communism brought a human catastrophe.
Puerto Vallarta's recent escapades: sinking boats, crocodile dining, and eerie hotel incidents. Yet, amidst the chaos, the coast remains a haven for whale enthusiasts, and air traffic soars, with 10.7% more visitors in 2023. Puerto Vallarta, where every headline is a spicy tale.
Fonatur's land plots beckon investors, crime dramas grip Privadas Turquesa, and youth revelry swells. Municipal musings propose a new era, and Ana Paty eyes 2024. Celestial wonders dazzle at Ka'Yok' Planetarium, while football fever returns with the Premier 2023 International Tournament.
Healthcare meets AI: Welcome to the future of healthcare – it's a thrilling rollercoaster of optimism and obstacles. Dania Nimbe Lima Sánchez warns of digital divides, data dilemmas, and the need for policies in Mexico. Meanwhile, Blanca Hilda Vázquez Gómez sees AI as a reality in medical research.
Embark on a 7-day adventure in the Totonaca and Huasteca regions, exploring reefs, islands, and mangroves. Snorkel, take boat rides, and enjoy the vibrant ecosystems. Indulge in delicious seafood dishes and contribute to conservation efforts.
Cricket flour, derived from A. domesticus, is revolutionizing our plates with 72% protein, surpassing conventional meats. Beyond nutrition, it's an eco-friendly, job-generating powerhouse, turning waste into wealth. Get ready for the chirpy culinary craze reshaping our approach to food.
Mexico faces a rising tide of lung cancer, with 9,000 new cases yearly. Horacio Tovalín Ahumada urges action, citing tobacco as the primary culprit. He calls for stricter measures, screening programs, and a united front to combat this preventable health crisis.
Unraveling Aztec society's complexity: Macehualtin, vital laborers; Pipiltin, noble rulers; Pochtecas, unexpected bourgeoisie. Threads of toil, privilege, and alliances wove the vibrant tapestry of their civilization.
Unearth the ancient magic of cocoa! From Mayan elixirs to modern marvels, cocoa's bioactive peptides may hold the key to neuroprotection. Join the journey through Mexican fermentation, where cocoa transforms into a delicious ally against metabolic and neurological foes.
Glyphosate & glufosinate infiltrate Mexico's tortilla haven. CIAD's Pesticide Residue Lab uncovers herbicide traces, challenging the tortilla's purity. Conahcyt supports the quest for a herbicide-free masa paradise.
Latin America's environmental justice takes center stage. From grassroots struggles to geopolitical twists, it's not just about global warming—it's a socio-ecological issue demanding a fresh narrative. The Green Revolution is here.
An aviation drama unfolds as the Aviators' Union challenges Viva Aerobus for hiring foreign pilots, citing legal violations. Legal fireworks loom, including T-MEC mechanisms. MAS Air pilots join the union frenzy, choosing ASPA in a high-flying showdown.
Cuernavaca's quiet streets turned into a Wild West battleground in a clash between authorities and civilians. Nine lives lost, two police down, and a haul of weapons. The town now awaits answers as investigators untangle the chaos.
López Obrador critiques Milei's win. Mexico unveils bold railway plans, while PRD surprises with PAN-PRI coalition. Morelos faces violent clashes. The Army overlooks trans Colonel Robles. Mexico's agri-trade thrives, boasting a 20.48% surplus.
AMLO, Mexico's president, unveils a medicine revolution with real-time transparency, national warehouses, and a jab at corrupt institutions. Diplomacy, infrastructure, and Mexicana's comeback add flair to the morning conference.
Planning a trip to Tulum? Dive into our in-depth guide on Tulum seaweed conditions and forecasts. Discover how to dodge the sargassum wave and make the most of your beach getaway. Find your beach bliss in this Mexican paradise!
Planning a beach getaway to Playa del Carmen? Dive into our guide on the sargassum situation! Get the scoop, forecasts, and tips to make the most of your beach time amidst the seaweed. Adventure awaits along Mexico's stunning shores!
Sargassum seaweed season in Cancun typically runs from June to October, but it can vary from year to year. The seaweed conditions in Cancun are currently good, and the forecast is also positive. However, there are some reports of sargassum accumulation on certain beaches.
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Findings from Arizona State's Chavez reveal Mexico City's street food hub is in middle-income areas, challenging norms. Tacos mingle with prosperity, as research uncovers a culinary odyssey with health implications. A global taste-test awaits in Phoenix and Navajo.
Unlocking the symphony of emotions, Augusto César Alarcón Jiménez, a UNAM maestro, reveals the magical mission of musicians – inducing relaxation. As International Musicians' Day approaches on Nov 22, let's celebrate the universal language that transcends cultural boundaries.
Meat in le Grand Bouillon—a masterpiece of flavors. Roasted lamb, veal, and chicken unite in a rich broth, simmered to perfection for 5 hours. A versatile essence that elevates dishes, it's not just a meal; it's a culinary legacy.
Astronomer Carlos Carrasco González unveils secrets of planet formation in HL Tau's dust disk. Unprecedented polarization study reveals elongated dust grains, with denser rings identified as potential hotspots for new planet birth.
Mazatlán's construction surge brings an environmental dilemma. Debris, often improperly disposed of, harms public spaces and ecosystems. New regulations aim to redirect waste through recycling, forging a path to a greener future and responsible progress.
Artwalk 2023 transforms Mazatlan into a canvas of creativity with 90+ artists in 40 venues. Special days, collective spaces, and Ministry of Tourism collaboration promise an eclectic cultural feast. Immerse in the kaleidoscope on Dec 1 and explore the vibrant tapestry until April.
Acapulco rises from Otis' wreckage, resilient and united. Diamante Zone reawakens, aided by Guerrero's support. Residents, though battered, stand strong amidst governmental lapses. CMIC spearheads reconstruction, while looting exposes shadows.
Los Cabos evolves with a 3% toll hike for infrastructure, legal ripples in municipal governance, Calafia Airlines reconnecting skies, and the majestic return of whales. Fireside heroes gather for an International Congress, local transport renews, and Costa Azul offers a beach haven.
Tulum, once an idyllic haven, reels from a daughter's alleged murder of her mother. The shocking twist unfolded as she reported the missing person, only to be arrested amid aggression towards police. This grim episode reflects a broader trend, with Quintana Roo witnessing 1,203 homicides in 2023.
Mazatlan's winter brings a fitness frenzy to its beaches, as locals relish cooler temperatures for invigorating morning jogs and dog walks. Yet, amidst the healthy vibes, pollution lingers, prompting a plea for beachgoers to embrace a fit lifestyle while respecting the coastline.
Mazatlan's coastal chronicles unfold with aquatic antics, cruise dreams, environmental battles, neglected parks, art extravaganzas, tourism ambitions, and a rising tide of motorcycle theft. In this seaside saga, the city navigates the waves of change with resilience.
Cancun confronts illicit real estate with its first legal strike against illegal land sales. The municipality targets developers, urging caution among buyers. Simultaneously, billboards along Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard face removal, promising a renewed, uncluttered cityscape.
Crocodile chaos in Puerto Vallarta as a fisherman loses an arm. But fear not, it's not all jaws and claws. The city invites you to capture its essence in the 2023 Photo Fiesta, dive into the Bay's waves, and savor the sips at the Brewmasters Beer Festival.
Playa del Carmen's “Blue Palmas” condos face a legal storm as an eviction drama unfolds. Nightclubs brace for winter, with Coco Bongo reporting a promising 30% reservation rate for New Year's. The Mexican Navy surprises by early removal of the anti-sargassum barrier.
In AMLO's morning conference, he battles media accusations, touts progress in the “Internet for All” project, and takes a swing at conservative foes. The stage is set for a global tour, promising more political theatrics on the international stage.
In 1325, the Aztecs settled on an islet, paying tribute to Azcapotzalco. Prophecies, a temple, and a quest for a ruler led to a royal twist in the 1370s, transforming the Aztecs from reed-dwellers to a society of social hierarchies and nobles, all while holding onto ancient calpullis structures.
Mexico's INE black market is fueling a surge in identity theft, with fake IDs available for a mere 10 to 1,500 pesos. Fintechs, banks, and unsuspecting citizens bear the brunt, raising questions about the battle against identity theft in Mexico's financial landscape.
Latin America's goods take a backseat as services grow 5%, defying global trends. The REDLAS Conference becomes the Avengers HQ, brewing policies for a sustainable revolution. Brace for a services' saga.
Mazatlán's 2024 Carnival is a whirlwind of glitter and grandeur. From dazzling parades to literary feasts, it's a three-month fiesta. Ten queens, four kings, and a sea of confetti await. Get ready to samba in the streets! 🎭🎉
Cancun's buzzing with excitement! MIP Cancun hosts global entertainment moguls, Lindemann's rock spectacle lights up New Year's Eve, and the city champions responsible consumption, legal battles, record-breaking airport stats, and ecological wins. Cancun, where every day is a vibrant fiesta.
AMLO's morning politics in Culiacán featured controversies on Acapulco's death toll, tax victories against giants like Walmart, and a theatrical critique of judges earning more than the President.
World Diabetes Day sheds light on the alarming global rise in diabetes cases, with 18.4% of Mexico's population affected. Lifestyle changes, influenced by the western world, contribute to this epidemic. Early diagnosis and a dual approach involving physical activity and medication are crucial.
World Pneumonia Day urges vigilance as pneumonia claims 14% of child deaths globally. With 127k new cases in Mexico in 2021, vaccination, respiratory care, and early treatment are crucial. Let's unite to protect lives on November 12.
The UK and Mexico extend their commitment to zero tariffs, ensuring trade stability until a free trade agreement is finalized in 2024. This move enhances economic ties and provides certainty for UK businesses, particularly benefiting automakers and food manufacturers.
Asian companies are flocking to Mexico, with 63% of nearshoring projects from China, South Korea, and Taiwan. Attractions include supply chain optimization, T-MEC benefits, and lower labor costs. This transformative trend is projected to bring 227 new companies annually from 2023 to 2025.
Democracy faces unprecedented threats globally, warns Daniel Zovatto. Polarization, populism, and post-truth dynamics challenge even consolidated democracies. Latin America, in a chiaroscuro scenario, requires innovation and commitment to navigate this critical crossroads.
Auteco, the Colombian mobility maverick, zooms into Mexico with a $102.5 million charge. Electric units, styles, and a green parade – they're not just selling cars; they're sparking a revolution on Mexico's roads.
AMLO's Morning Conference in Sonora: Crime crackdown, gas prices, and a train track issue with Grupo México. Remittances soar, Otis victims get aid, and INAI faces scrutiny. Missing persons debunked, judicial shakeup ahead.
Discover Mexico's essence in the Best of Mexicanist newsletter. From Mexicana de Aviación's historic ascent to Tijuana's culinary delights, delve into jazz fiestas, eco-friendly innovations, and the rich Aztec history. Uncover the flavors, rhythms, and stories that define this vibrant nation.
Mexico's gender gap in the labor force persists, impacting the economy and social welfare. Despite progress, women face disparities in salaries, job types, and pensions. Claudia Goldin's Nobel Prize sheds light, urging comprehensive efforts for true gender equality.
EHT's global collaboration unveils magnetic fields and particle dynamics around M87* black hole using circular polarization. This breakthrough sheds light on matter consumption and jet formation, showcasing the consortium's pivotal role in unraveling cosmic mysteries.
Latin America and the Caribbean witness a trade revolution: goods dip 2%, but services surge 12% in 2023. The REDLAS conference explores the transformative power of modern services, driving economic growth, job creation, and sustainable development in the region.
The Energy Regulatory Commission grants Iberdrola authorization to migrate five generation plants to Mexico's wholesale electricity market, a win for renewable energy and sustainability efforts in the country.
Mexican families are losing sleep over online harassment, with 78% concerned. Setting internet rules is a challenge for 84%, up 41% from 2022. Younger kids access inappropriate content, while teens face social media risks. Parental controls are underused, and better communication is needed.
Mexico's comic history dates back to the 1920s, and its golden age in the 1930s saw classics like “La Familia Burrón.” While it had its ups and downs, the 1990s brought a rebirth with “Ultrapato” and the rise of Mexican comic studios, promising a bright future for the country's comic scene.
Mexican rice with peas and sausage: This hearty dish is a flavor-packed extravaganza with sizzling sausages, golden rice, ripe tomatoes, and a sprinkle of parsley. It's like a cozy bear hug for your taste buds.
The Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 in Russia, led by the likes of Krúpskaya and Samoilova, was a groundbreaking chapter in history, marked by their pioneering efforts for gender equality alongside the quest for socialism, rejecting the label of “feminist”.
A deep dive into internet user's cybersecurity habits reveals a mix of awareness and neglect. Financial attacks and identity theft top their fears, but there's a lag in adopting advanced security measures. Antivirus use is declining, while cloud adoption is on the rise.
Mexicana de Aviación, Mexico's new state-owned airline, receives a historic assignment title from AFAC. Now, it's on the runway to launch, but the challenging journey to secure an Air Services Operator Certificate awaits.
In 1912, Robert Falcon Scott's Antarctic expedition lost a race to Roald Amundsen. Yet, Scott's unwavering determination and Amundsen's unexpected camaraderie revealed a deeper human spirit that transcended glory. A tale of rivalry and redemption in the frozen heart of Antarctica.
From Teotihuacan's inspiration to Tenochtitlan's grandeur, the Aztecs' artistry left Spaniards awestruck. Their complex temples, skilled stone carving, featherwork, and distinctive codices reveal a vibrant artistic journey.
Itzcóatl Maldonado Reséndiz, a bioethics expert, urges us to reevaluate our treatment of animals, stressing they deserve protection, not ownership. Speciesism must end, and we should embrace legal and ethical responsibilities for our furry, feathered, and scaly companions.
President AMLO navigates Mexico's morning conference, tackling hurricane recovery, health initiatives, basification, security plans, and more. Action-packed and always keeping an eye on Mexico's well-being.
In 1502, Motecuzoma II rose as the Aztec ruler, merging priesthood with authoritarian rule. Faced with the Spanish conquest and wavering faith, he met a tragic end, marking the fall of the Aztec Empire's ascendancy from obscurity.
Plant species are vanishing faster than ever, with 3 out of 4 undiscovered species at risk. Researchers at UNAM and Kew Gardens unveil the urgent need for taxonomy to understand and conserve our precious flora, highlighting the irreplaceable diversity of life on Earth.
Your brain's journey from birth to adulthood is a wild ride! Mom's education, birth timing, and puberty play roles in brain development. Science explores the fascinating connections in our brains. The mystery of genes vs. environment continues to baffle.
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The Riviera Maya Jazz Festival in Playa del Carmen is a tropical paradise where world-class jazz meets crystal-clear waters. Featuring legendary and rising talents, this free-access festival is a musical fiesta like no other! Don't miss the 2023 edition.
A whole smoked mullet takes center stage alongside a stellar egg ensemble, parsley, and garlic. Together, they sizzle, flip, and dazzle in a mouthwatering masterpiece. Get ready for a flavorful adventure on your plate!
Mexico's amphibians are in hot water with over 50% at risk of extinction. Habitat changes and a deadly fungus are to blame. Frog enthusiast Gabriela Parra Olea and her team at UNAM are working hard to save these slimy wonders. Conservation and community involvement are their secret weapons.
Tijuana, the capital of good food, offers a gastronomic fusion like no other. Explore Baja Med cuisine, sip aged wines, savor food truck delights, and dive into a taco tour. Culinary adventures await in this border city!
President AMLO's morning conference brought a whirlwind of updates: fuel prices, Mayan Train progress, hurricane relief efforts in Guerrero, athletes' triumph at the Pan American Games, and even a shoutout to Mexican baseball.
From a confederation of city-states, the Aztecs transformed into a formidable empire. Led by Motecuzoma Ilhuicamina, they conquered, thrived, and paved the way for commoners to participate in public life, marking a remarkable chapter in Mesoamerican history.
In the heart of ancient Mexico, a power struggle unfolded as Itcoatl, the “White Serpent,” rose to challenge Azcapotzalco's usurper chief, Maxtla. Guided by Tlacaelel, this alliance-builder transformed Tenochtitlan, setting the stage for the Aztec Empire's grand ascent.
Perovskite, a versatile mineral structure, is transforming renewable energy. Researchers are enhancing solar cells, achieving remarkable efficiency gains. Beyond solar energy, perovskite offers potential in LEDs, photocatalysts, and photodetectors.
In Mexico, researchers are turning mango seeds into eco-friendly disposable plates, combating plastic pollution. These plates are durable, biodegradable in under a year, and support the local economy. A tasty twist on sustainability!
In Mexico, the elderly face a dual challenge of obesity and malnutrition. Adequate nutrition is crucial, with tailored calorie and protein intake, along with key micronutrients. A balanced diet and professional guidance can help older adults lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.
The Aztecs, once a barbaric, wandering group, found their home on islets in the Texcoco lagoon around 1370 AD. Their journey to greatness, propelled by prophecy, political maneuvering, and the pursuit of refuge, eventually led to the rise of Tenochtitlan.
The Museum of Light in Merida, a collaboration between UNAM and the Yucatán government, is a multidisciplinary marvel where science, art, and technology converge. With colorful exhibits, historical insights, and the emotional impact of color, it's a brilliant addition to the cultural landscape.
Get ready for the Sun's stellar performance in the 2024 total eclipse! Dr. Xóchitl Blanco Cano reveals the Sun's fiery secrets, from its magnetic fields to solar wind, as we witness its cosmic choreography up close with spacecraft like Parker Solar Probe and Solar Orbiter.
From tales of resilience and rising Day of the Dead costs to tropical storms and exciting aviation projects, explore a world of culture, history, and inspiration.
Unraveling Aztec history is like piecing together a vibrant mosaic. Indigenous sources include pictorial codices and Latin-written narratives, bridging two worlds. Spanish chroniclers like Sahagún and the likes capture the essence, while native accounts reveal a captivating past.
Shrimp and rice with vegetables – a flavor-packed rollercoaster of crispy rice, succulent shrimp, and a veggie fiesta, kissed by the sun for an epic night. It's a party in your mouth!
The Aztecs, once Chichimecas, embarked on a complex journey from the deserts of Utah to the Valley of Mexico, where they became an empire. A tale of emigration, myth, and identity, their history is as enigmatic as their many names.
Indulge in a Mexican culinary adventure with squash blossom tacos. Starring delicate blossoms, fiery chilchotes, and nixtamal dough, this new twist on tradition will have your taste buds dancing with delight. A spicy, savory fiesta on your plate!
Acapulco post-Hurricane Otis: Secretary of Tourism ensures tourist safety, local hero policewoman breastfeeds a hungry baby, residents defend against looting, armed forces deployed, business leaders propose recovery plan, Mexico City provides support, and Cuban doctors offer medical aid.
In the aftermath of a devastating disaster in Guerrero, Mexico, President López Obrador and a dedicated team of officials vow to rebuild and support the affected communities, offering hope amidst the tragedy and challenges they face.
Claudia Sheinbaum leads Mexico's presidential race with 46%, hurricane forecasts face major flaws, GDP sees a surprising 0.9% boost, and a legal showdown over trusts unfolds. Plus, barbed wire battles on the border and wild motorcycle mayhem in Mexico City.
Miguel Caballero, the Colombian personal protective clothing company, merges style and safety with their innovative ballistic fashion. Their Tank Top and APIS Tactical Vest III+ offer discreet, comfortable protection, setting new standards in the industry.
In 2023, the cost of setting up a traditional Day of the Dead ofrenda in Mexico is spookily soaring. Prices for essential elements, like incense and flowers, have risen dramatically, making it a pricey endeavor. But traditions prevail, as families find creative ways to honor their ancestors.
Oscar García Guzmán, a serial offender in the State of Mexico, receives a 55-year prison sentence for a femicide. He now faces a staggering 335 years in prison for a string of heinous crimes, as the relentless Attorney General's Office pursues justice with the help of activist Frida Guerrera.
The climate change is real, and we're to blame! Anthropogenic activities are cranking up the Earth's thermostat. It's a cosmic puzzle, and our daily actions can be the missing pieces to a cooler world. Let's make Earth cool again!
The Third International Congress on the “Right to the City” brings together global experts, pushing for inclusive, eco-friendly, and democratic urban spaces. Cities aim to embrace citizens, ensure equitable access, and tackle pressing issues for a brighter, more vibrant future.
President AMLO kicks off the day with news – gas prices, Mayan Train updates, and international diplomacy. Plus, he's not a fan of grumpy neighbors, millionaire trusts, or 'untouchable' prosecutors. Mexico's economy is growing, and bridges are being built.
Urban heat islands, sizzling city hotspots, are causing temps to soar in over 1,692 cities globally, impacting 70% of the population. To fight back, cool roofs, green spaces, and regulations are essential.
Tropical Storm Otis eyes Guerrero, Mexico, while Cyclone Norma crashes the party in Sinaloa. Otis moves at a snail's pace, drenching southern Mexico, and Norma switches from hurricane to a tropical depression, still bringing rain. Meanwhile, car thieves strike during the storm.
UNAM scientists are pioneering biosensors for disease detection in plants and humans. With collaborations and industry partnerships, these bio-detective marvels are set to revolutionize diagnostics, a potential goldmine with a projected $58 billion profit in the US by 2032.
UNAM researcher Pavel Ulianov Martinez Pabello is using Mexican desert rocks to uncover clues about Martian life. These varnishes might hold the secrets to biomarkers, adding a quirky twist to interplanetary exploration.
Mexico's airport operators face a new 9% income tax, causing stock prices to tumble. Texas extends its controversial border fence, sparking tensions. A survey reveals decreasing insecurity in Mexican cities, while the government approves a hefty budget with additional debt.
Chronic pain affects 27% of Mexico's population, but it's a global concern, with 1 in 5 worldwide suffering. It's an underestimated crisis, impacting lives, work, and relationships. Proper diagnosis and accessible treatment are essential for millions silently battling chronic pain.
AMLO's Morning Conference takes us on a rollercoaster of Mexican politics. Strikes, trust funds, and conspiracy theories blend with heartfelt moments, giving us a glimpse of the drama, intrigue, and compassion in the heart of Mexico's current affairs.
Mexico faces the tempestuous Hurricane Norma, political trust disputes, vaccine advancements, drought crisis, and tragic homicides – a whirlwind of chaos.
President López Obrador addressed transparency in Mexico's Judicial Power, environmental concerns in the Sonora River, vaccination campaigns, and the upcoming international migration meeting. He called for equity in resource allocation and criticized privilege in the judiciary.
Javer, the real estate maverick, saw its EBITDA soar by 23.6% in Q3 2023, driven by higher unit sales, price hikes, and cost efficiencies. Net income and revenue followed suit, marking a triumphant crescendo for the company, poised for further expansion in the coming year.
Mexico's headlines: checkpoints vanish at the border, trust funds crumble, debates over trillions, diplomacy with Maduro, and a wacky mix of news from cockfighting bans to fentanyl busts.
Healthcare professionals urged to embrace AI with ethics in mind. UNAM's experts stress the importance of AI's ethical integration to enhance patient care and medical research, all while emphasizing the need for legal and data governance.
In a thought-provoking discussion, experts warn that the future of AI is a double-edged sword, with the potential for both great harm and immense good. Economic interests and data privacy concerns loom large in the path to AI's destiny, highlighting the need for responsible development and usage.
América Móvil's Q3 2023: Revenues down 3.3% due to a stronger peso, service revenue down 4.3%. Profit plummeted by 88.7%, but Ebitda grew at constant exchange rates. 3 million new subscribers, 100 billion pesos in investment expenses.
Televisa's Q3 nosedive saw shares plummet 7.77%, hitting historic lows. Citi analysts cut price targets, and a 12% Ebitda drop is anticipated. Can this Mexican media giant script a comeback? Stay tuned.
Mexico's got it all – extraditions, corrupt judges, drug busts, and humanitarian aid. Crime rates drop, but transportation robberies spike. Hydrocarbon theft plummets. Judicial reforms are on the horizon. López Obrador takes a stand on peace. All in a day's news!
Mexico denies AstraZeneca's vaccine, greenlights Pfizer's Comirnaty, engages in high-stakes diplomacy, sees justice served in a criminal arrest, confronts security challenges, and deals with extreme weather conditions.
Mexico embarks on a historic journey to cut the workweek from 48 to 40 hours, aligning with global norms. A transformative shift that promises improved work-life balance and economic competitiveness.
Spicy Mexican tamales: A fiery flavor adventure awaits! Cook the hens and pork, create a porous dough with chilhuacle, lard, and broth, wrap it in plantain leaves, steam for 40 mins. Unwrap and savor the rich, spicy delight!
Santiago Taboada, Benito Juárez Mayor, shifts to the opposition's mayoral race in Mexico City for 2024. Despite corruption scandals and feuds with political heavyweights, Taboada eyes the top job.
American football has always enjoyed a loyal following south of the border in Mexico. The game is played here, while the NFL is watched by millions of fans across the country. The National Football League has also played a number of official games in Mexico, and that arrangement is set
Menopause is a mystifying transition, but it doesn't have to be. Dr. José Cruz Rivas Herrera urges women not to suffer in silence and seek help for symptoms. Embrace this unique chapter of life, get informed, and cherish the adventure!
The morning conference in Mexico, led by President AMLO, featured updates on fuel prices, Mayan Train progress, archaeological discoveries, and more. Plus, a mix-up with a drug trafficker's identity and DIY vaccine shopping on the horizon. Mexico keeps things interesting!
Mexico faces the looming threat of twin tropical cyclones. In a humanitarian mission, Mexican Air Force planes evacuate citizens from the Gaza Strip. President López Obrador plans to inaugurate the Isthmus of Tehuantepec railroad next year. A vaccination campaign begins for influenza and COVID-19.
Mexico's National Vaccination Campaign for winter 2023-2024 is set to protect against flu and Covid-19. With 54.6 million doses, it's a 'no one left behind' strategy, targeting the most vulnerable. Accessible vaccination centers make it a winter of health for all.
Rose Marie Menacho Odio, a researcher from Costa Rica, urges caution in nature tourism. She highlights the harm caused by infrastructure to wildlife, suggesting practical measures to save birds and animals from collisions, road accidents, and electrocution.
Mexico is a vibrant country with a lot of business opportunities. The markets of this country are very diverse. The Mexican market provides opportunities to explore various markets ranging from agriculture to technology. There are great opportunities to earn profit for business owners whether they are local or foreign investors.
Broccoli, the unassuming green hero, packs a flavorful punch and a treasure trove of health benefits. Loaded with nutrients, it fights cancer, aids weight control, and boosts immunity. Enjoy it cooked for maximum benefits and let it be your green superhero on the plate!
Quercetin, found in foods like apples and onions, is more than an antioxidant; it fights inflammation, aids heart health, and may even battle cancer. Emerging research explores its potential in reducing bacterial virulence and preserving food freshness, making it a true dietary superhero.
Summer brings sun, sea, and a lurking threat: Vibrio vulnificus, the “flesh-eating” bacterium. It thrives in warm waters, especially in the Gulf of Mexico, posing risks through undercooked seafood and open wounds. Global warming fuels its spread.
Craft acoyote bean and corn tamales by grinding corn, adding lard, eggs, and beans, rolling them into cigar-like bundles, and wrapping in avocado and corn husk leaves. Steam to perfection for a unique, savory twist on traditional tamales!
Mexico's aviation landscape is abuzz with new projects. From Tulum's tourist haven to Chalacatepec's coastal gem, and Ensenada's reborn airport, the skies are the limit. Mexicana Airlines also joins the game, promising exciting journeys.
Cuba faces a growing sargassum crisis on its eastern coast, posing environmental threats. The invasive seaweed affects water quality, coral reefs, and releases harmful gases. Travelers are advised to stay informed and avoid contact with sargassum while exploring this beautiful island nation.
Sargassum, the mischievous seaweed, has made its mark on Yucatán's shores. Driven by climatic changes, it's less of a problem than in Quintana Roo, but its mysterious journey and potential industrial uses hold a twist.
Inclusive futures start with nurturing emotional autonomy in children. Academic Maria Santos Becerril Perez emphasizes the importance of emotional competencies, authenticity, and positivity in shaping resilient and empathetic individuals from an early age.
From dengue fever's surprise encore to the PGA Tour's switch to Los Cabos, this Mexican paradise is abuzz. Turtle power is on the rise, and Cabo San Lucas gets ready for a fiesta. With pristine beaches and a construction boom, Baja California Sur has it all.
Tulum's new international airport, set to launch in December 2023, promises to unlock Mexico's southeastern treasures. With eco-conscious designs and links to the Mayan Train, it's your gateway to explore pristine beauty and Mayan wonders.
Eclipses are cosmic spectacles, but staring at the Sun is like using your eyes as magnifying glasses. Protect your peepers with certified filters, or enjoy the show via tree shadows or a box with a pinhole. Your eyes, and the wonders of the universe, are worth it!
Peso Pluma defends rumored flame Nicki Nicole amid controversy, leaving fans speculating about their relationship. Are they just friends, or is love in the air? The saga continues in this enthralling celebrity rollercoaster! 🌟💔💑🔥
Chetumal and Bacalar, Mexico, prepare for a rare annular solar eclipse, offering a “ring of fire” spectacle not seen in 32 years. Strategic locations, scenic beauty, and celestial events make this a must-see for eclipse enthusiasts. Remember, protect your eyes while enjoying the cosmic show!
Discover Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula as it readies for a rare solar eclipse, a blend of science and culture. Plus, explore Cancun's Oktoberfest, Latin America's productivity challenge, and more in the Best of Mexicanist Newsletter.
AMLO's morning conference showcased his drive to reform Mexico. From battling judicial privilege to advocating for health, diplomacy, and economic growth, his vision is nothing short of revolutionary.
Exciting times in Tulum! A 19m observation tower, major road upgrades, and a revamped Mayan Train are on the horizon. Plus, Tulum secures land for affordable housing and celebrates local, sustainable cuisine.
The expert warns against the deceptive allure of solar eclipses, emphasizing the risks of eye damage from direct sun gazing. To enjoy safely, use filters or indirect methods, ensuring that the beauty of the cosmos doesn't compromise your vision.
Blue whales, Earth's largest creatures, roam the world's oceans, including the Gulf of California. These mammalian marvels share surprising similarities with humans and showcase incredible adaptations for life in the sea.
Cofece, Mexico's economic watchdog, investigates the real estate ad market for possible unfair practices. Big impact on the national economy. Offenders could face hefty fines and market shake-ups.
Nuevo León's new natural gas terminal will power up nearshoring, add 30% more supply capacity, and reduce reliance on imported oil. The terminal is a boon for the Monterrey Interport and a milestone for the state's infrastructure.
Terex Genie, a US company, invested $140 million in a cutting-edge manufacturing plant in Nuevo León, shifting production from China. This strategic move will create 1,500 jobs and enhance their competitiveness.
Playa del Carmen transforms into a global urban art gallery, under the 4.5 km bridge, with the help of local and Colombian artists. The city is also making headlines for its sustainable tourism initiatives. However, security concerns persist, as an attack on the highway raises alarms.
AMLO's conference updates on the Maya Train archaeological preservation, judiciary, social programs, and the Cienfuegos case. Promising progress and commitment to cultural heritage and social welfare.
Hurricane Lidia hit Puerto Vallarta, leaving two dead, while a massive rockslide blocks Federal Highway 200. The city's airport sees record growth, and it's named one of the world's best small cities. An earthquake rattles the city, and a Day of the Dead festival promises a vibrant October.
Mazatlan bounces back after Hurricane Lidia, allowing beachgoers back in while a solar eclipse beckons from the Lighthouse. Watch out for a spooky Halloween, illegal animal trade, a big fishing tournament, and a local boxer's shot at a championship.
Chinese car brands are taking over Mexico's automotive market, supplying 26% of imports. Their appeal to Mexican consumers and potential challenges are transforming the industry landscape. Adaptation and competition are key as they establish a lasting presence.
Discover the art of crafting traditional Mexican tamales, a centuries-old culinary tradition. Nixtamalize corn, make a savory mole and pork filling, wrap, steam, and enjoy the essence of Mexico in every bite. Optionally, indulge in sweet tamales for a delightful twist.
Nobel's laureates Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz, and Anne L'Huillier have unlocked the mind-boggling world of attoseconds, capturing lightning-fast electron movements with pulses of light lasting just a trillionth of a second.
Acapulco is all set to dazzle with the return of the Air Show 2023. The Festival del Pescado a la Talla promises a culinary spectacle, cultural showcases, and music. The city grapples with heavy rains causing cemetery chaos, a spike in disappearances, and a playful crocodile riding stormy waves.
Cancun's Oktoberfest 2023 supports local fire heroes. MIP Cancun welcomes global players. Cancun Travel Mart promises networking in paradise. Chess masters converge in Cancun. Health inspections shake up medical facilities. Free Wi-Fi by the sea. Mayan Train to connect Palenque to Cancun.
Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula gears up for a rare annular solar eclipse, prompting a fusion of science, culture, and measures to combat misinformation. Daniela Tarhuni, a science communicator, leads efforts to provide unique eclipse experiences and train teachers to dispel myths.
Solar eclipses disrupt animal behavior. Edison's observation in 1878 hints at uncharted territory. Ron Fernandez champions “citizen science” to decode these mysteries during upcoming eclipses.
AMLO's morning conference dispels misinformation, updates on Hurricane Lidia relief, praises peso's strength, and addresses IMSS healthcare. The President emphasizes transparency and media freedom.
Discover the rich history and flavors of rice tamales. This easy-to-follow recipe combines rice, butter, sugar, milk, and eggs to create a creamy and sweet delicacy. Learn how to make these traditional Mexican treats and indulge in a taste of the past.
Samsung Mexico is cracking down on gray market cell phones, blocking devices without official certification and warranties. The move follows ZTE and Motorola, aiming to protect users and ensure compliance with local regulations in the tech industry's growing trend.
The abrupt closure of VU Manufacturing has thrown the effectiveness of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Treaty's labor protection mechanisms into question. Workers' rights hang in the balance, as the international trade community watches closely.
Baja California rekindles the $25 billion Punta Colonet port project after 2 decades. This colossal initiative includes six state-of-the-art terminals and a 310 km rail network, poised to transform trade and invigorate the region's diverse export sector.
A former Mexican official, Simón Pedro de León Mojarro, was arrested for his involvement in the “Master Swindle” case. Accused of diverting millions, he's facing multiple arrest warrants, shedding light on corruption in high places.
Deputy Governor of Banco de México, Galia Borja Gómez, highlights the importance of low and stable inflation for economic development. Banco de México's autonomy and commitment to inflation targets play a crucial role in navigating global economic uncertainty.
Improper disposal of expired medications pollutes the environment and fuels the piracy industry. Check expiration dates and visual cues, as expired meds can cause harm. Responsible disposal safeguards our environment and health.
Mexico's President AMLO has signed the IMSS Bienestar agreement with 23 states to ensure free, universal healthcare. This historic transformation aims to provide quality medical care to 53.2 million Mexicans without social security.
A criminal cell kidnapped eight banana harvest workers in Chiapas, demanding a 2 million pesos ransom. The victims were later rescued, shedding light on ongoing cartel violence in the region. Five suspects have been arrested.
UNAM researchers embark on a quest to uncover the lost stories of Mesoamerica's plant life, revealing mysteries, missing data, and the urgent need to bridge the gaps in our botanical knowledge.
Amidst the enduring Israel-Palestine conflict, experts urge a novel approach – prioritize lives over politics, seek justice, and rekindle dialogue. The quest for peace takes center stage, with calls for a ceasefire and international conferences, challenging old narratives.
Eclipses, from ancient Ugarit to modern times, unite humanity awed by celestial mysteries. These cosmic phenomena, etched in history, continue to captivate us, reminding us of our unending wonder.
Mexico's 18.9 million girls and adolescents face gender discrimination, violence, child marriage, and stereotypes. On International Day of the Girl Child, it's crucial to empower them, break stereotypes, and protect their rights through education, opportunities, and policy changes.
Dive into the world of whales with our comprehensive guide! From their majestic migrations to intriguing communication, learn all about these ocean giants. Discover their secrets, stories, and more!
Quintana Roo celebrates its 49th anniversary as a tourism powerhouse. Known for Cancun, Riviera Maya, and more, it offers a year-end extravaganza, including a solar eclipse, a yoga retreat, and the world-famous Riviera Maya Jazz Festival, reaffirming its status as a premier tourist destination.
In an era of AI and digital networks, Domingo Alberto Vital Díaz highlights the enduring importance of handwriting as a tool for effective technology use. He emphasizes the role of philology in combating misinformation and preserving the integrity of language and culture.
Despite initial skepticism, Mexico's energy policy within the T-MEC framework has strengthened, with a focus on energy security and a transition to clean energy. Sovereignty remains a priority amid challenges and foreign influence, paving the way for a resilient and sustainable future.
Elevate your culinary game with a cocoa and chili pepper recipe. Toast cocoa, roast chili peppers, and blend with achiote for a rich paste. Add honey, water, and blend for a spicy, frothy delight that balances intense flavors with sweet harmony.
In the digital age, virtual love on social networks may seem appealing, but it often leads to disappointment, depression, and real-world dangers. A researcher warns of reduced self-control and anxiety, emphasizing the need for limits and regulations to protect users.
Indulge in a flavor-packed adventure with spicy pork nachos. Slow-cooked pork, roasted pasilla chiles, and zesty tomato sauce dance over crispy tortilla chips, topped with gooey cheese. A Mexican-inspired fiesta for your taste buds!
Indulge in the rich flavors of Mexico with Chicharrón Quesadillas! Fill tortillas with crispy pressed chicharrón, smoky pasilla chiles, fragrant epazote, and fry to golden perfection in lard. A taste of tradition and a culinary adventure in one bite!
Tortilla wraps with refried beans, ground beef, and boiled eggs are a delicious and easy-to-make meal. Spread refried beans on tortillas, top with ground beef and a slice of boiled egg, fold in half, and fry in butter until golden brown. Serve with chopped onion and vinegar sauce.
Unlock the secrets of Mexican cuisine with this step-by-step guide to making a rich and flavorful mole sauce. Toast nuts, blend chiles, and add chocolate to create a sauce that will elevate any dish. Your culinary journey begins here!
Indulge in the art of crafting delectable chocolate bark with a perfect blend of dark and white chocolate, adorned with nuts and dried fruits. Tempering is key, ensuring a satisfying snap and gloss. Create, set, and savor your edible masterpiece.
Indulge in the art of crafting a homemade cocoa spread like no other! Roasted cocoa nibs, sugar, cinnamon, and a touch of hot water create a velvety delight. Top it with toasted nibs for a crunchy twist, then chill for 20 minutes.
Indulge in the rich, chocolatey delight of homemade chocolate tamales. With a fusion of tradition and innovation, these treats offer a sensory journey that's as delicious as it is culturally rich. Gather your ingredients and embark on this sweet culinary adventure!
Indulge in decadence with the chocolate and vanilla cream cake. Layers of flaky puff pastry embrace rich chocolate and vanilla cream fillings, creating a dessert masterpiece that's both elegant and indulgent. Flavors and textures awaits in every bite.
Transport your taste buds to Mexico with pinole atole, a centuries-old drink blending roasted corn, cocoa, spices, and sugar. Explore its rich history and create this soul-warming, tradition-infused beverage at home. Cheers to flavors that transcend time!
Indulge in the divine walnut and cocoa milkshake that combines milk, walnuts, cocoa, and cinnamon for an exquisite flavor blend. Blend, pour over ice, and savor the creamy, nutty goodness in every sip. A unique and unforgettable treat!
Ar recent study, using GAIA satellite data, challenges standard gravity theories by revealing anomalies in the motions of binary stars, raising questions about the need for dark matter. This groundbreaking research hints at the possibility of Modified Gravity as an alternative explanation.
Indulge in a tropical paradise with the refreshing mucilage pulp drink. Extract mucilage pulp, blend it with sugar and water, add ice, and transport your taste buds to an exotic getaway. Simple, refreshing, and a perfect escape in a glass!
Grupo Yazaki, a major auto components firm in Mexico, has taken proactive measures to safeguard workers' rights, including freedom of association and collective bargaining. Their Neutrality Charter and collaboration with labor authorities underline their commitment.
Mexico City faces a growing subsidence crisis due to excessive groundwater extraction, increasing earthquake risk. Over 21 million people are at risk in the affected areas. Urgent action and a multidisciplinary approach are needed to address this pressing issue.
Experience Tradition with Nisiaba Bu'pu: Discover the art of crafting this South American cold drink, blending cocoa, toasted mayflower, and powdered panela. Achieve a velvety foam for a unique sensory journey into indigenous culture.
Mexico's vast wealth is overshadowed by extreme inequality. Only 1% owns 41.2% of wealth, with an even more skewed concentration in financial assets. The country's potential is clear, but addressing this wealth gap is essential for shared prosperity.
Indulge in the ultimate chocolatey delight with our decadent chocolate elixir. Transform table chocolate into a velvety powder, blend it with cocoa, sugar, and a touch of vanilla essence. Serve over ice for a divine dessert or cozy night in.
Mexico's untapped solar potential, receiving 175,000 terawatts from the Sun annually, could power our needs. Despite progress, reaching renewable energy goals requires collaboration and innovation to make solar power stable, efficient, and accessible.
Indulge in a refreshing adventure with our Cold Cocoa Bean Elixir, blending ancient cocoa bean magic with modern chill. Toast, grind, sweeten, and sip your way to a unique summer delight!
Latin America's productivity paradox: Stuck in a time warp, this region generates jobs but struggles with low productivity and GDP growth. Can it break the cycle and embrace innovation?
Guatemala's “new democratic spring” is on the horizon as Bernardo Arévalo prepares to take office in January 2024. Despite powerful opposition, international support and a resounding electoral victory signal hope for change in a nation plagued by corruption and turmoil.
Discover the heart and soul of Mexico in the Best of Mexicanist newsletter. From security challenges to cultural celebrations, our diverse stories offer a window into the nation's past and present.
Cancun basks in beach accolades with 43 environmental awards, including “Blue Flag” dominance, while gearing up to host the WTA finals. But challenges loom, with organized crime incidents casting shadows on its sunny shores.
The dance of Tarantella spins a tale of venom, passion, and salvation. Originating in the Middle Ages, it was believed to cure tarantula bites, melding music and movement to combat the venom’s fever.
The gazelle skin map fragment, discovered by Halil Edhem workers, is a mystifying relic from Admiral Piri Reis, depicting uncharted territories with eerie accuracy, including Antarctica, long before its official discovery.
The October Revolution was more than a political coup; it was a time warp, with Russia trading calendars to modernize. The Bolsheviks were pragmatists, swinging between capitalism and socialism. A cinematic spectacle and a myth, it's still debated a century later.
In the wild political landscape of 1917 Russia, the October Revolution unfolded with bizarre twists. Trotsky's Menshevik-to-Bolshevik switch, Left SRs' strange bedfellowship, and Germany's support for Lenin created shifting loyalties and unforeseen alliances.
In 1917, a Russian Revolution was ignited not by heroes, but by spirited women celebrating Women's Day. Amidst World War I chaos and a comically dysfunctional monarchy, the Bolsheviks seized power in a rather unheroic uprising, culminating in the fall of the Provisional Government.
Explore Islas Marías, where nature and history unite. Hike to a lighthouse, witness breathtaking sunrises, discover art in the sand, and delve into cinematic history at the salt plant. Swim on pristine beaches, stargaze at night, and admire captivating murals.
In September 1847, Mexico City, deserted by its leaders, fell to American forces, marking a bleak chapter in Mexican-American relations. The occupation witnessed brutal public punishments, violence, and a violation of civilian sanctity by American soldiers.
In the mid-19th century, Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace independently converged on groundbreaking theories of evolution. Darwin's “The Origin of Species” challenged prevailing paradigms and laid the foundation for modern biology.
The Black Palace of Lecumberri, Mexico's infamous prison, held women who defied societal norms. From wrongful convictions to notorious criminals, their untold stories are now being resurrected through a theatrical production, shedding light on a hidden chapter in history.
Unica Zürn, a German artist and author from the 20th century, is often overlooked in the European avant-garde community. Her life, marked by emotional tumult, provocative creativity, and haunting insights into eroticism and rebellion, paints a vivid picture of her psyche.
H II regions are the dazzling cosmic nurseries where stars are born, and their brilliance holds key insights into the evolution of galaxies. These regions are rich in ionized hydrogen, and their chemical makeup serves as a historical record of the cosmic processes.
Deep within Mexico's semi-arid forests, the Mexican wolf, or Canis lupus baileyi, roamed. This striking creature, both in appearance and genetics, was once abundant in regions like Arizona, Texas, and New Mexico. However, European colonization and subsequent challenges led to its near-extinction.
In San Gregorio Chamic, Chiapas, presumed members of the Sinaloa Cartel paraded openly, met with cheers amid a local turf war with CJNG. The shocking daylight incident exemplifies a region in crisis, with escalating criminal control, violence, and societal disruptions.
Mexico faces a severe maternal mortality crisis with over 5,099 women dead due to obstetric care issues from 2016-2021, spotlighting grave social and healthcare inadequacies. The alarming rate of maternal deaths underscores the urgent need for comprehensive healthcare reforms.
Exploration of the cosmos involves meticulous observations and advanced models to understand celestial entities’ chemical composition. Scientists decipher these compositions by studying unique emission lines emitted by elements in space, alongside sophisticated theoretical models.
In the golden age of Spanish literature, alongside names like Cervantes and Lope de Vega, thrived Juan Ruiz de Alarcón—a playwright who overcame immense physical challenges to leave an indelible mark on the theatrical world.
Discover the riveting journey of paleoanthropology, from Darwin's subtle theories to Huxley's bold predictions about our common ancestor. Unearth the intrigue of the Piltdown Man hoax, which fooled experts for decades, and the groundbreaking African fossil discoveries that redefined human history.
Discover the extraordinary life on Mexico's Islas Marías – home to yellow-headed parrots, serene Marías Island rabbits, and mysterious crab spiders. This secluded paradise holds an ecological tapestry found nowhere else on Earth!
Rock art is far more than ancient scribbles on cave walls; it's a complex human expression that bridges time and cultures. From the religious rituals of Mexico's ancient civilizations, to the awe-inspiring murals of Spain's Altamira caves, rock art also serves as a wellspring of modern inspiration.
Addressing the multifaceted nature of addiction, experts elucidate it as a disease intertwined with individual, societal, and genetic aspects, rather than a consequence of mere choice. They call for empathetic, holistic approaches to understanding and addressing substance abuse.
The Mexican apple market faces a surprising challenge: the strengthening peso. With the currency gaining nearly 10% against the U.S. dollar this year, imported apples from the U.S. are now cheaper and poised to capture 50% of Mexico's apple market, up from 30%.
Discover the untold story of human evolution by diving into the realm of paleoecology, an often-overlooked field that offers invaluable insights into the environments and lifestyles of our ancient ancestors.
Finding moments of tranquility can be challenging in the hustle and bustle of city life. The constant noise, the fast-paced lifestyle, and the never-ending rush can leave us feeling overwhelmed and stressed. However, amidst the urban chaos, there's a path to peace – meditation. In this article, we'll explore seven city-friendly
Jorge Luis Borges' unsettling dream about violently attacking his former assistant professor Jaime Rest unveils a complex relationship between two literary giants. This story delves deep into Rest's enigmatic life.
The captivating saga of the Romani people stretches across centuries and continents, tracing their origins in India to a diaspora that defied borders. The 1018 mass deportation set the stage for their remarkable journey, leading to their presence across Europe and beyond.
Planetary nebulae are not just cosmic eye candy; they're essential components in the life cycle of stars and the universe's grand composition. When you gaze up at the night sky, remember—you're a part of this cosmic story.
Obesity is not merely a cosmetic issue, but a complex disease with devastating health consequences. It spreads through lifestyle factors like diet and inactivity, transcending personal choices to impact entire communities.
In 1924, as Mexico grappled with the aftershocks of the revolution, a clandestine force emerged: the Confidential Department. Created to keep tabs on political dissidents, this spy network forever altered Mexican politics.
From its first exploration by José Antonio Alzate in 1777 to modern-day excavations, the ancient Mesoamerican city of Xochicalco has captivated historians and archaeologists alike. Situated atop a hill and fortified with ingenious natural defenses, the site is a treasure trove of temples.
Supernovae, cosmic explosions of massive stars, birth neutron stars or black holes, while forging essential heavy elements like iron. A celestial spectacle that shapes the universe's very fabric.
In 1793, the Tuxtla volcano in San Martín Tuxtla, Veracruz, erupted in a terrifying spectacle that had locals fearing the end of the world. The event captured not just local attention but also that of Spain's King Charles IV, who dispatched a scientific expedition
Rosaura Revueltas was not just an actress; she was a force that defied borders and ideologies. Born in Mexico in 1910, Revueltas captured audiences with award-winning roles before taking a revolutionary turn in the U.S. film The Salt of the Earth.
In the sweltering heat of colonial cities, the ice monopoly, was far more than a historical footnote. This state-sanctioned enterprise satisfied not just sweet cravings but also met critical health needs, especially during epidemics like yellow fever.
The first four minutes after the Big Bang were not just a prelude but a defining chapter in the universe's genesis. This crucial period, known as the third pillar of the Big Bang Theory, saw the formation of light elements—hydrogen, helium, deuterium, and trace amounts of lithium.
Discover the hidden gem of Mexico's wine country: Puerta Norte. Venture into an untouched garden of Bacchus' delights, from Tecate to Mexicali. From high-altitude vineyards to cosmopolitan Mexicali's culinary scene, Puerta Norte offers a journey of unparalleled experiences.
Adele has once again captivated hearts, this time by paying a special tribute to Mexico during her recent Las Vegas concert. The singer dressed up as the iconic Lele doll, a cultural treasure of Amealco, Querétaro, to celebrate Mexican heritage.
In an alarming first, Puerto Rico's iconic Crash Boat beach has been inundated with sargassum seaweed. This unprecedented event occurred amid the stormy aftermath of Hurricane Lee, complicating cleanup efforts.
In a twist of fate that reads like a thriller, Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of drug lord El Chapo, celebrated her recent prison release at an exclusive California bar. Her stepson, Ovidio Guzmán López, was extradited to the U.S. for drug trafficking.
Ovidio Guzmán López, known as “El Ratón,” has been extradited to the U.S., reuniting him with his infamous father, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, in a federal prison in Chicago. A former DEA official marked the occasion with a mix of triumph and irony.
In the face of global coral bleaching events that threaten a quarter of marine life, the isolated Islas Marías archipelago off Mexico's coast stands as a beacon of resilience. Home to a staggering 16 species of vibrant corals, the islands boast a thriving, diverse marine ecosystem.
From the vocal proclamations of pregoneros in colonial squares to today's digital platforms, Mexican journalism has weathered censorship, regime changes, and revolutions to become a cornerstone of the nation's democracy.
The radiation, known as the Cosmic Microwave Background, serves as the oldest electromagnetic diary entry from the universe. Discovered in 1965, the CMB offers an unparalleled look back in time, revealing clues about the universe's early conditions and large-scale structure.
Mexico's 2024 Economic Package reveals growth projections, revenue shifts, and spending priorities. With economic stability on the line, lawmakers face critical decisions that will shape the nation's financial future. Stay tuned for in-depth analysis.
In the biodiverse marine waters of Islas Marías, three species of sea turtles—Olive Ridley, Hawksbill, and Green—are teetering on the brink of extinction. Facing natural predators is just one part of their struggle; the real threat comes from human activities.
In an era marred by oceanic hyper-pollution, climate change, and overfishing, Islas Marías emerges as a sanctuary for marine life. As a designated biosphere reserve, it is home to vital species of sharks, turtles, and mollusks.
Discover Bahía de Los Ángeles, Mexico's rising star in sustainable tourism. Located along the Sea of Cortez, this lesser-known paradise offers more than just a picturesque getaway. With two distinct tourist seasons, it draws both Mexican and international visitors.
Bahía de Los Ángeles is emerging as a hotspot for specialized sport fishing in the Gulf of California, luring enthusiasts with a kaleidoscope of seasonal catches. From jack mackerel in spring to white tuna in winter, the bay offers a dynamic fishing experience.
El Barril, a Mexican village where fishing is more than just an industry—it's a heritage. Yet, this artisanal fishing community faces a sea of challenges, from seasonal slumps and single-buyer vulnerabilities to the menace of illegal fishing.
In the secluded Bahía de Los Ángeles, artisanal fishing forms the backbone of local livelihoods. Yet, this economic staple is on an ethical and environmental tightrope. Illegal vessels from neighboring regions plunder marine resources, depriving locals and stressing an already fragile ecosystem.
The Bahía de Los Ángeles region is a living museum of human innovation and ecological exploitation, chronicling 12,000 years of interplay between human societies and the environment.
In the cosmos, the notion of expansion isn't just a fleeting concept; it's a seminal truth grounded in nearly a century of scientific observation, spearheaded by Edwin Hubble in the 1930s. This idea redefines our understanding of the Universe's structure, origin, and future.
Mexico's states face a revenue challenge, with most heavily reliant on federal funds. A study by IMCO reveals alarming financial opacity, with 88% of states unclear on federal fund usage. Addressing this requires legal reforms, overhauling procurement laws, and tech-driven tax collection.
In a major victory against organized crime, Norberto Valencia González, known as “El Socialitos,” was arrested in the State of Mexico. A linchpin for the notorious Beltrán Leyva cartel, Valencia faces charges of money laundering and drug-related crimes.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has elevated Mexico's aviation safety rating back to Category 1 after more than two years of joint efforts to address safety concerns. This pivotal upgrade unlocks a raft of opportunities: Mexican airlines can now launch new U.S. routes.
In an age of ecological uncertainty, the Bahía de Los Ángeles Marine Biosphere Reserve stands as a sanctuary of resilience and symbiosis. Far more than a scenic backdrop, this reserve is a complex tapestry of life, a living laboratory of biodiversity and biogeochemical genius.
The Spanish Civil War led to an exodus of thousands seeking refuge from Franco's dictatorship, and among them were women whose stories have often been sidelined. Mexico didn't just offer asylum; it became a canvas for Spanish women to challenge patriarchal norms and reimagine their roles.
The enigmatic quest to decode life's origins has taken a monumental leap with the discovery of uracil—a key building block for life—in asteroid Ryugu. Extracted by the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft, this 4.5-billion-year-old sample is the purest, ancient extraterrestrial matter ever examined.
Mexico's economy is not just recovering—it's thriving and transforming. Q2 2023 data reveals a robust 3.6% GDP growth YoY, while investments in construction and machinery are soaring with 36.9% and 20.1% annual increases, respectively. But the real surprise comes in the form of inflation.
The Nopal Lengua de Vaca isn't just another cactus; it's a botanical marvel steeped in the rich biocultural heritage of Mexico. This unique species, native to the Islas Marías, defies categorization: it's both a fruit and a vegetable! But its allure doesn't stop there.
When Paris Pişmiş arrived in Mexico in 1942, she didn't just unpack her bags; she unpacked a new era for Mexican astronomy. Shattering the glass ceiling, she became the nation's first professional astronomer.
Imagine plunging into the “world's aquarium,” the Gulf of California, and finding yourself in the Bahía de Los Angeles—a marine utopia teeming with a staggering 83% of the planet's known cetacean species! From elusive blue whales to playful dolphins, it's a biodiversity hotspot like no other.
The imminent release of Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of notorious drug trafficker “El Chapo,” presents a narrative that goes beyond the realm of sensationalism. Sentenced in 2021 for supporting the Sinaloa Cartel, her case offers a lens into the complex dynamics of criminal organizations
The upcoming concert of singer Peso Pluma in Tijuana has been thrown into uncertainty following explicit threats allegedly from the Jalisco Cartel. The case transcends individual safety, raising questions about public security, artistic freedom, and the ethical dimensions of entertainment.
The recent shooting near Terminal 1 of the Mexico City International Airport (AICM) has thrown a spotlight on the pressing challenges facing public security in the metropolis. An agent was seriously injured, an alleged cargo-truck robber was detained, and passengers were thrown into chaos.
The Bahía de Los Ángeles is not just a scenic backdrop; it's an ecological hotspot with 258 species of landbirds and waterbirds. This region is a living atlas of avian diversity, where the Pacific loon from Alaska crosses paths with the eared grebe from America's heartland.
The Bahía de Los Angeles serves as a stunning ecological stage, teeming with marine biodiversity. It's not just a living museum but a critical sanctuary for five of the world's seven known species of sea turtles, each with its own unique behaviors and habitats.
In the awe-inspiring Bahía de Los Ángeles, a stunning bay in the Gulf of California, marine biodiversity reaches an astonishing crescendo. It's a scientific treasure trove, where primitive jawless myxinids coexist with 43 species of sharks and 21 species of rays.
Nestled within the Gulf of California, Bahía de Los Ángeles is an underwater Eden teeming with life in its most vibrant forms! Imagine diving into a world with 4,900 species of invertebrates—from mollusks and arthropods to echinoderms and cnidarians.
In the sun-drenched expanse of Bahía de Los Ángeles, an ecological marvel unfolds. Picture this: Red mangroves stretching to the northernmost limits of their habitat, a biodiversity hotspot bursting with 74 unique plant species.
Ignoring the groundbreaking contributions of women in science doesn't just rob them of deserved recognition; it sets a dangerous precedent for future generations. When young girls don't see women celebrated in STEM fields, it sends a harmful message.
It was a signal like no other—fast, rhythmic, emanating from a specific point in the vast cosmic sea. Could this be a message from an extraterrestrial civilization? Jocelyn Bell Burnell playfully dubbed it “Little Green Men,” capturing imaginations and stirring debates.
The controversial heart of Rosalind Franklin's story pulsates around “Photograph 51,” the iconic image capturing the elusive double helix structure of DNA. Unbeknownst to her, colleagues James Watson and Francis Crick covertly used this groundbreaking photograph as their blueprint.
In 1963, at the age of 26, Valentina Tereshkova was strapped into the Vostok 6 rocket, her heart likely pounding ahead of the unknown. Her ascent was solitary but monumental, making her the first woman to breach Earth's atmosphere and venture into the cosmic expanse.
Unveiling Islas Marías' secret: a vibrant treasure trove of flora! From the mystical Holy Tree to the enchanting Ajillo, nature's artistry awaits in this Pacific paradise. Explore the botanical wonders that defy isolation!
Step into the vivid, kaleidoscopic landscape of Islas Marías—a lesser-known paradise that's a feast for the eyes and a haven for biodiversity. Picture walking through a world awash in phosphorescent pink and lush green, thanks to the Coralinas, the blushing queens of the archipelago.
Imagine an island once synonymous with human suffering, now reborn as a sanctuary of hope and sustainability! Welcome to Islas Marías, Mexico's ecological utopia where young “Guardians of the Territory” are forged.
Islas Marías is an island of haunting contradictions. Imagine a prison where inmates live in “dignified small departments,” farm, fish, and even have their families move in—almost a utopia confined. But there's a dark underbelly: Laguna “El Toro,” a facility for 'highly dangerous' inmates.
Welcome to the chilling saga of Islas Marías, Mexico's long-standing penal colony that has housed characters as riveting as they are horrifying. Imagine a motherly figure charged with assassinating a former President, altering the course of history.
Islas Marías is a living archive of Earth's evolutionary marvels, teeming with more than 350 species of fauna—from elusive sharks to fearless rabbits that don't flee at the sound of human footsteps. This breathtaking diversity serves as both a sanctuary and a challenge.
What sets the Islas Marías Botoncillo Mangrove apart is not just its unique locale but its threatened status. Classified as likely to become extinct in the near future, this tree’s fate dangles like the proverbial Sword of Damocles.
Why does a film from Mexico's 1950s Golden Age continue to resonate today? It's a story set in the Islas Marías penitentiary, a realm so visceral it couldn't be invented. Here, Felipe Ortiz, played by the indomitable Pedro Infante, is subjected to inhumane suffering as part of his redemptive arc.
While pioneers like Alan Turing and Bill Gates are household names, Ada Byron remains lesser-known, despite being the intellectual matriarch of modern computing. Imagine, more than a century before we had actual computers, Ada envisioned a machine that could be programmed to make calculations.
Are you tired of abandoning your New Year's weight loss resolutions? The secret key to unlocking that elusive goal may be simpler than you think: it's all about energy balance and caloric deficit. Forget the myth of the magical 30-minute walk; it's not just about moving more but eating smarter!
José Revueltas remains a seminal figure in decoding the Mexican political landscape, his life a crucible of ideological commitment and struggle. In his gripping novel “Muros de Agua,” he unflinchingly portrays the dark depths of human degradation within Islas Marías' penitentiary system.
Bernard Berenson, the maverick art historian, didn't just see art; he felt it with his hands. He believed in a world where paintings weren't just visuals but tactile gateways to an intoxicating realm of sensations.
In the pursuit of self-discovery, individuals are breaking free from the suffocating grasp of taboos, daring to embrace the sacred within their erotic experiences—a journey towards liberation and fulfillment.
Islas Marías stand as a profound paradox: a sanctuary of biodiversity teeming with endangered species and a haunted stage for human history's darker acts—forced labor, torture, and resistance literature. Yet, these islands are undergoing a renaissance!
Dive into this month's Best of Mexicanist newsletter! Whether you're captivated by the high-stakes drama of the U.S. and Mexico joining forces against a notorious cartel figure, or seeking wisdom in financial planning for vacations, we've got something for everyone.
Cancun is on fire, but not just with its azure beaches and vibrant nightlife! An 8.2% surge in international tourists, high-profile sporting events like the WTA Finals, and a digital commerce revolution are painting the city as a global hotspot.
The sapphire waves of Colombia's Caribbean coast have been overtaken by a brown, sprawling menace: sargassum seaweed. But scientists have turned this marine invader into a boon, creating the world's first paper made from 80% sargassum.
In a world increasingly driven by extremism and absolutes, Ismene's brand of heroism offers a refreshing perspective. She doesn't defy a tyrant for glory or for abstract principles; she risks her life for the concrete reality of a loved one in peril.
In a discovery straight out of a science fiction novel, NASA, and international scientists have observed a star—AU Mic—evaporating the atmosphere of its planet, AU Mic b, a “hot Neptune!” Located just 35 light-years away, this “next-door” cosmic system offers an unprecedented level of detail.
The dynamic landscape of technology has paved the way for unique intersections, and one such convergence is between non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and gaming. In this exploration, we delve into the amalgamation of NFTs and gaming, the rise of play-to-earn games, the integration of NFTs in game economies, challenges, opportunities, and
As we observe the demographic realities unfold, it is time that Mexican society, government, and institutions reframe their approach towards the elderly. Aging is not a burden but a natural life stage that we should prepare for, respect, and celebrate.
Every day, 2,396 street sweepers in Mexico City tackle an astonishing 169 roads, roughly equating to 3,167 kilometers, and collect a staggering 548 tons of waste. Yet, despite their tireless efforts, they often work in precarious conditions, sometimes even without proper equipment.
Imagine a world where human organs could be stored for extended periods without decay, ready for transplantation when needed. This could soon be a reality thanks to the discovery of a 45,000-year-old worm in Siberia, a marvel of nature that survived by entering a state of “suspended animation.”
In a move that has sent shockwaves through the sports world, Major League Baseball has placed Julio Urias, star pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, on indefinite administrative leave following a domestic violence arrest. This isn't Urias's first brush with the law on this issue.
The humble legume is stepping into the spotlight as the unsung hero of both nutrition and sustainability. Forget the old stigmas—these nutrient-packed seeds are anything but “poor man's meat.” Rich in protein, fiber, and essential vitamins, legumes are a boon for personal health and wellness alike.
Villa's time in the bleak Lecumberri Prison—known as the “Black Palace”—could have been a dark chapter lost in the annals of history. But it turned into a transformative period for the legendary revolutionary. On the brink of execution, Villa found an unexpected ally behind bars.
In a game-changing revelation, the U.S. Government has officially confirmed its involvement in the high-profile 2019 arrest of Ovidio Guzmán López, aka “El Ratón,” a key figure in the Sinaloa Cartel. This arrest triggered a violent face-off, known as the “Battle of Culiacán”.
Hold your breath for this—the Gulf of California is an oasis of life, boasting a staggering 857 endemic species! That's right, 857 species of fish, seabirds, marine mammals, and macroinvertebrates that you won't find anywhere else on Earth.
As students head back to school, we're not just talking academics—sports are on the syllabus too, and for good reason! Recent groundbreaking research reveals that the pace of physical maturation during puberty could be a game-changer in identifying future sports stars.
Mexico's south-southeast region is a paradox in the global energy landscape—a treasure trove of natural gas, yet starved of the very resource it abundantly produces. Imagine sitting on a goldmine but lacking the tools to dig! This is not just a local issue; it's a national dilemma.
These synthetic toxins combine the lethal characteristics of the most dangerous scorpions from diverse regions, aiming to create a one-size-fits-all antivenom. This innovation promises to have a global impact.
Are you tempted to share your dinner leftovers with your furry friend? Think twice! Our seemingly innocent act of love might actually be a hidden danger. From chocolate and garlic to grapes, common ingredients in our meals can be toxic to pets.
Mexico's economic recovery is encouraging, yet challenges loom. Exchange rates, inflation, and interest rates require vigilant monitoring. Caution and informed decisions are crucial for sustained progress in 2023.
Planning a vacation? Remember: timely planning is crucial. Avoid debt and be wary of misleading online deals. Decide on a budget first, then choose your destination. Make use of online tools for price comparisons, book in advance, and always consider travel insurance.
During the 1960s-1980s, Mexico's Dirty War saw the state's brutal crackdown on opposition. The Telaraña Plan, launched in 1971, aimed to eradicate guerrilla groups in Guerrero. This dark chapter, marked by torture, forced disappearances, and conflict, reminds us of the cost of unchecked power.
Montebello Lagoons, once azure jewels, now bear a grim green, echoing decades of neglect. Eutrophication's grip threatens ecosystems, tourism, and water quality. Urgent action needed for restoration and protection.
Mexico's employment landscape blooms as IMCO's analysis reveals a 1.9% annual job growth, driven by women, with a surge in formal employment and labor income. Addressing income disparity remains pivotal for a more inclusive economy.
Karl Marx, born in 1818, navigated 19th-century Europe's tumultuous era, producing seminal works like the “Manifesto of the Communist Party”. Amidst rapid urbanization and political upheaval, Marx's insights into societal structures and capitalism's dynamics remain crucial readings today.
The Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO) reveals alarming gender-based income disparities in Mexico. Women earn 35% less than men on average, with mothers earning 57% less than fathers. This disparity underlines the urgent need for gender-centric policies to promote economic equality.
UNAM's study unveils a game-changing strategy: Let Agave tequilana flower and seed to bolster its defense against diseases. Bats, nature's unsuspecting allies, journey vast distances, pollinating agaves, and emphasizing the irreplaceable power of biodiversity.
In Mexico, the Afro-Mexican community stands as a testament to a rich, often invisible history. Concentrated in regions like Costa Chica, they've integrated Iberian Catholicism into their spiritual lives while embracing religious diversity. Their journey from obscurity offers hope and inspiration.
Hugo Sánchez Castillo highlights the brain's constant activity, even during vacations. While it never shuts off, breaks reduce stress hormone levels, aiding cognitive functions. Proper rest and care, such as good sleep and nutrition, are essential for holistic well-being.
Step into the dynamic world of Mexico's indie music scene as The Space Ocean, Los Flakos, Laboratorios Moreno, Mooring, and Marte unleash their unique sounds and captivating performances. From alternative rock to shoegaze, these rising stars are leaving audiences in awe.
Mexico's economy thrives: Inflation eases, foreign investments soar, and steady growth persists. Challenges addressed, gender disparities and energy infrastructure, as the nation aims for a competitive future.
Recognizing the changing dynamics in the construction workforce, the UNAM has partnered with the Mexican School of Construction and Holcim to offer a professional training course that welcomes both men and women. The traditionally male-dominated industry is witnessing a significant shift.
The rising menace of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has propelled scientists to explore bacteriophages (phages) as a solution. These microscopic predators infiltrate and destroy bacteria. Originating over a century ago, phage research offers hope against formidable bacterial adversaries.
AMLO's Morning Conference: A political fiesta with a dash of history. From debunking rumors to championing 'Mexican humanism,' AMLO's insights keep us hooked. Stay tuned for his democratic drama and a sprinkle of solidarity
Mexico's housing model since 2000 has proven profitable for real estate sectors but posed societal challenges for mortgage holders. With high-interest rates and homes located in distant, underdeveloped areas, many regret their investment.
World Dog Day celebrates our furry companions, but myths about aggressive breeds persist. Expert Ana Paola Velasco Espinosa debunks the notion, emphasizing that behavior stems from human influence. Choosing the right breed involves more than aesthetics; climate and health considerations matter.
Essay length is one of the most frequently asked questions among students. Individuals get confused because they want to meet the requirements and not surpass the limit. To do that, they should know how long an essay should be. Generally, the piece is short compared to the research paper and
The Mixteca Alta of Oaxaca offers a tale of transformation. Previously eroded due to cattle ranching, this region has flourished due to community and governmental interventions. As locals shift from ranching to diverse industries and with reforestation efforts, the landscape now holds a promise.
Scientists from the Institute of Biotechnology at UNAM have developed an algorithm, MSSR, that upgrades ordinary microscope images to super-resolution quality. This breakthrough could democratize high-end microscopy, especially in developing countries.
Researchers are developing plant-based nutritional supplements tailored for individuals with health conditions like diabetes and cirrhosis. These supplements combine cereal flours with legumes and innovative ingredients.
The preservation of cultural heritage is not just about safeguarding artifacts but a fight against illicit trafficking. Having detailed records is pivotal. Yet, challenges remain. With stolen artworks and gaps in documentation, adopting international standards is Mexico's path forward.
In Mexico, the Institute of Biology (IB) of UNAM has described almost 500 new species in four years, significantly enriching global biodiversity knowledge. With advances in technology like DNA sequencing, the process of species recognition is accelerating.
Baja California's rich tradition, flavor, and innovation starts in Tecate. From its aromatic breads to its brewing legacy, Tecate is history and relaxation combined. Journeying to Ensenada, the craft beer capital, you'll encounter award-winning breweries. Ensenada dazzles with myriad attractions.
In the rapidly evolving urban landscape, managing Urban Solid Waste (USW) is a daunting challenge for governments. Guaymas, Sonora faced a garbage crisis in 2018 due to lapses by a contracted firm. Research showed pervasive negative perceptions about waste.
In healthcare, the Body Mass Index (BMI) is a common tool to determine nutritional status. However, its ability to differentiate between fat and muscle is limited. The study suggests a revised BMI threshold for better accuracy, emphasizing the role of body fat over weight.
During antibiotic treatment, abstaining from alcohol is crucial for a swift recovery. The combination can lead to severe side effects, delaying healing and risking complications. Prioritize your health and say no to alcohol while on antibiotics.
Approximately two millennia ago, a unique Mesoamerican culture flourished in present-day Zacatecas and Jalisco. María Teresa Cabrero García has spent decades uncovering the secrets of the Bolaños Culture. Her discoveries include a rare shaft tomb and distinct “smoker” figurines.
You may not immediately associate Mexico with the burgeoning $300 billion global video games industry, but the reality is that the nation is a hotbed of gaming fans. In fact, it has long emerged as the largest gaming market in Latin America, paving the way for wider adoption and development
Ruy Mauro Marini, a profound figure in Latin American academia and revolutionary movements, navigated political upheavals, from the Cuban revolution to military coups in Brazil and Chile. An advocate for socialist struggles and dependent capitalism, Marini's legacy resonates.
Bahía de Los Ángeles stands as a testament to nature's adaptability amidst extreme aridity and unpredictable rainfall. With a unique resilience to the El Niño Southern Oscillation and a rich ecosystem anchored by species like the anchoveta fish, it showcases nature's balance in harsh conditions.
Recombinant proteins, a breakthrough in genetic engineering, are transforming human health and industries. From insulin for diabetes to COVID-19 vaccines, their applications are vast. A game-changer for biotechnology, offering hope and progress for the future.
President López Obrador's conference highlighted the preservation of archaeological artifacts along the Mayan Train route, infrastructure development in northern states, efforts to locate missing persons, and educational initiatives.
Experience Monterrey: A city where colonial charm and modern design coalesce. The Great Plaza stands as a testament to its rich history and art. As a premier industrial hub, it beckons as a nexus of business and culture, all under the watchful eye of Cerro de la Silla.
Discover the surprising health benefits of caffeine! Recent research suggests it may prevent type two diabetes, aid weight management, and protect against heart disease. Enjoy in moderation for a healthier lifestyle.
Bacillus paralicheniformis, a powerful bacterium from the Sonoran Desert, emerges as a sustainable ally in agriculture, combating nematode threats naturally. Its potent nematicidal activity promises eco-friendly crop protection, heralding a greener future for farmers and the environment.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) highlighted savings from not pandering to the media. He criticized past administrations for inflated media costs, and alleged media extortion. He also addressed false news, specifically denouncing reports related to Jalisco disappearances.
Glyphosate, widely used in agriculture for weed control, also serves as a chemical ripener in sugarcane farming. However, concerns over its biosafety and ecological impact have led to the exploration of alternatives. Recent research shows promising results.
Nowadays, few developments have caused as much upheaval and anticipation as the impending death of the cookie. Cookies, those small pieces of data stored on users' browsers, have been the backbone of targeted advertising and user tracking for decades. However, with increasing concerns about user privacy and data protection, major
In Mexico, trees face contrasting challenges in cities and natural habitats. In urban settings, they're often planted haphazardly, while in the wild, they battle shifts in land use. Introducing foreign tree species disrupts native ecosystems, highlighting the importance of indigenous vegetation.
Law has consistently served as an essential instrument in humanity’s progress, both promoting justice and, at times, serving as a tool of repression. María Patricia Lira Alonso, from UNAM, discusses the dual nature of law, emphasizing the gender perspective in legal processes.
Discover the future of healthy fats in food technology: Galactomannan esters, a novel oleogelator, offer a promising solution to replace unhealthy fats in various products. A groundbreaking innovation with potential benefits for both consumers' well-being and the food industry.
Authorities spotlighted judges exhibiting favoritism towards criminals. Intentional homicide rates saw a decrease of 19.9% in July. The President emphasized non-intervention in elections. Discussions about transgenic corn with the U.S. are ongoing, focusing on potential health implications.
Graffiti, often misconstrued as mere vandalism, holds a deeper cultural significance. Collaboration offers a multidisciplinary perspective, showcasing graffiti's vast spectrum, from ancient inscriptions to modern urban art.
Hypertension is emerging as a major health concern in Mexico, with 30% affected and half unaware of their condition. This not only poses a health risk but also a financial strain on the healthcare system. Hypertension often comes with other diseases like dyslipidemia and obesity.
The narrative of Mexican peasants reveals fortitude amidst neoliberal economic pressures. Beginning in 1982, state support dwindled, pushing many towards financial instability. In response, peasants embraced self-consumption, labor migration, and organic farming.
Combatting antibiotic resistance is a collective responsibility. Follow prescribed treatments precisely, avoid self-medication, and never share antibiotics. Responsible usage by doctors and in animal husbandry is essential to protect public health.
The summer monsoon rains in the Sonoran Desert bring relief from the heat but also herald the onset of mosquito-borne diseases like dengue fever. With climate change altering rainfall patterns, proactive measures and research are crucial to prevent its spread.
Valle de Guadalupe is a wine region in Baja California, Mexico, often mistaken as Valle de Calafia. Located near Ensenada and Tecate, it thrives with vineyards, olives, and fruit trees. Dominated by agriculture, the valley's economy is boosted by alternative tourism.
The Institute of Geography (IGg) at UNAM has unveiled a revolutionary flood risk model, offering a multifactorial lens with an 89% efficiency rate in simulating flood scenarios. Moving beyond conventional methods, this model discerns distinct risk levels for cities.
Discover the secret to preserving eggs! According to the FDA, eggs can be frozen for up to a year. Follow the right steps to freeze and thaw them properly, unlocking culinary possibilities and reducing food waste. Eggs – a versatile ingredient all year round!
Step into the world of boxing sensation Canelo Alvarez, where his knockout punches in the ring are matched by his savvy business ventures. From real estate to energy drinks, fashion to fitness apps, explore the empire of this champion entrepreneur.
In President López Obrador's morning conference, Ricardo Sheffield Padilla of Profeco detailed last week's average fuel prices and discussed complaints received via the “Litro por litro” app. Meanwhile, significant progress was noted on the Mayan Train's section 2.
A new study by CIAD shows state-level tobacco taxes in Mexico can improve public health & boost revenue. A win-win strategy for a healthier, wealthier nation.
Zoonotic diseases pose a significant global threat, exemplified by the Covid-19 pandemic. Prevention lies in education, safe practices, and harmonious human-animal coexistence to safeguard public health and reduce risks.
The Gulf of California, a closed subtropical sea stretching 1,000 kilometers, is a hub of high primary productivity, shaped by wind-induced upwelling, tidal mixing, and thermohaline circulation. Amidst arid and mountainous terrains, its geography and dynamic oceanography support marine ecosystems.
Unlocking the nutritional potential of ancient crops! Mexican researchers integrate ayocote beans and quelites into the beloved tortilla, creating functional foods that nourish and promote health. A promising step towards a healthier future.
Cinema wields a significant influence on local tourism. Research reveals that film productions can boost tourism, but often due to the movies' representations rather than authentic culture. While films have driven tourism, there's a need to balance cinematic allure with genuine cultural experiences.
UNAM's groundbreaking Puma maize varieties offer Mexico a chance to reduce maize imports & avoid GM maize consumption. A vital step towards self-sufficiency & healthier agriculture.
The study of discursive traditions reveals the cultural history embodied in language. Research explores colonial documentation, unveiling linguistic nuances between Spanish and indigenous languages. These words offer insights into our past, guiding our understanding of contemporary communication.
Aspartame, a controversial artificial sweetener, raises concerns about cancer risk, but evidence remains inconclusive. Avoid excessive intake for a healthier lifestyle.
Mexico ranks among the top five countries in social-digital network use, spending 6 hours daily. Facebook dominates, but concerns arise over misinformation and cybercrime. Social Networking Day calls for responsible use and safeguards to navigate the digital landscape's ups and downs.
Discover the enchanting dances, captivating costumes, and ancient traditions of Chiapas' Coastal Region. Explore the diverse influences that shape this culture, preserving cherished customs.
Discover the crucial link between beach conditions and seawater quality for safe bathing. Guaymas & San Carlos beaches data reveals risks of contamination. Let's act now to protect tourists & preserve coastal beauty through proper management & infrastructure.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador discussed advances in the IMSS Bienestar program, the National Reconstruction Program, and Mexico's cultural heritage restoration. He emphasized prioritizing the most needy and highlighted reducing social inequality.
The proposal to reopen the La Viga Canal aims to restore water bodies, parks, and green spaces, combat heat islands, and reconnect with the city's historical identity. A sustainable solution with positive impacts on communities and the environment.
UNAM's FES specialists develop low-cost technology using smartphones to digitize crop images, determining plant health and estimating yield. Affordable and accessible, this innovation empowers farmers to make better decisions, integrating cutting-edge tech into agriculture.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) announced the Mexican government's acquisition of the Mexicana de Aviación brand, paving the way for the airline's revival. This act aims to make air travel more accessible, with plans for 20 destinations.
Empowering widows requires breaking free from societal biases and advocating for equal rights. Creating wills, open communication, and legal guidance can protect them from vulnerability.
Water Poverty (WP) and Multidimensional Poverty in Mexico pose significant challenges for sustainable development. Combining indices like WPI and HPI can guide policies to ensure equitable water access, human development, and improved quality of life for all citizens.
Redefining fatherhood in Mexico: Embracing new masculinities amid societal shifts. Men challenged to be more involved in childcare, breaking away from traditional roles for a more equitable society.
Mexico, boasting 26 of the 32 global soil groups, faces a crisis with 64% of its soil degraded. This degradation threatens vital ecosystem services, from sustenance to water sources. The National University's PUEIS initiative fosters collaboration to address this challenge.
UNAM scientists revolutionize the culinary world, transforming agro-industrial waste into delicious vegan cheese and snacks. Packed with nutrients and eco-friendly, these functional foods promote sustainability and cater to the rising demand for plant-based options.
The realm of retail is no stranger to innovation, and as technology continues to advance, retailers are keenly exploring ways to enhance the shopping experience. One such innovation that's currently revolutionizing the retail landscape is Augmented Reality (AR). Yes, not only casino Canada has reached here. AR merges the digital
Mexico's trade landscape evolves with T-MEC and China's rise. Nearshoring boosts Mexico's appeal, but sustainable growth requires a strong national industry and balanced market strategies. Trade dynamics shift, and labor reforms are vital for the automotive sector's progress.
Discover Mexico's rich artisanal cheese tradition – a culinary heritage blending flavors, culture, and sustainability. Support local artisans and savor unique, healthful cheeses of the past and future.
Let's protect mantas and stingrays! Harmful stinging mutilation on beaches threatens their survival. Wear protective shoes and raise awareness for a sustainable marine environment. Together, we preserve the wonders of our oceans for generations to come.
Acapulco's tourism paradise marred by armed chaos! Heavily armed men set cars ablaze, hijacked tourists' bus, and spread panic. Authorities and businesses plead for peace.
Cancun thrives amidst rising COVID-19 cases, thanks to strict restaurant safety protocols. Taxi driver assault condemned, demand penalties. Tourists flock despite US decline. Beaches get cleaner, turtles' nests protected with love.
President AMLO's morning conference celebrates Mexico's record job growth, economic recovery, reduced poverty, and crime. Foreign investments surge, and his approval rating hits 64%. A beacon of progress.
Discover the captivating bathymetry of the Gulf of California. Unique basins, trenches & V-shaped channels create a dynamic hydrographic regime, ideal for marine exploration & research. Dive into this mesmerizing underwater realm.
Explore the fascinating hydrology of Bahía de Los Ángeles & La Asamblea San Francisquito Coastal Corridor. Diverse ecosystems, unique flora & fauna, and challenges of water catchment await in this Baja gem. Preserve this natural treasure for a sustainable future.
Mexico is a top dental tourism destination, offering affordable, high-quality services near the US-Mexico border. With convenient appointments, guaranteed work, and significant cost savings compared to the US and Canada, Mexico is a top choice for dental care.
Child labor, a global crisis affecting 160 million children, demands urgent action. COVID-19 worsened the plight, hindering education and trapping kids in hazardous work. Let's unite for social justice, end child labor, and build a brighter future for every child.
The chronicles of the evangelists in New Spain and the Novo-Hispanic historians tell that in ancient times there were giants in what is known today as Mexico.
President López Obrador's morning address calls out the media's manipulation and vows to fight corruption. He celebrates reducing inequality and aims to transform Mexico with transparency and dedication. The Fourth Transformation is just beginning!
Discover the transformative journey of Artificial Intelligence (AI), from its inception in the 1950s to its current applications in medicine, robotics, and more. Embrace the promise of AI while advocating for responsible regulation to shape a bright future.
Learn how the 2nd University Forum addresses #DigitalViolence, emphasizing prevention, media literacy, and creating a respectful online culture. Join the fight for a safer virtual world.
Cycling in urban areas offers health benefits, but exposes riders to pollutants. Researchers emphasize separate cycling lanes & pollution reduction to ensure sustainable and healthier commuting options.
Mexican President AMLO outlines progress in healthcare, education, and migrant support. COVID-19 alert remains low. Free textbooks for students. Investigation into the elevator accident underway. Commitment to combat fentanyl trafficking and reduce inequality.
Acapulco's tourism industry seeks a revival with innovative floating attractions like restaurants and bars. Embracing new experiences and sustainability can pave the way for a brighter future in tourism.
Mexico is renowned for its sun, sand, and unquestionably some of the best beaches in the world. But did you know that the nation also has some of the top gambling establishments in the world? Mexican millennials may already be aware of this, but for those who are interested in
Mexico's seismic research leaps forward as scientists measure the rotation of the ocean floor during slow earthquakes. This groundbreaking study provides valuable insights into earthquake origins and tsunamis, advancing earthquake prediction.
Celebrating its history, Concordia, Sinaloa carries a legacy that began during Mexico's struggle for independence. This legacy continues to evolve and shape its identity into the present day.
Get ready to tap into your Afore funds! Whether you're facing unemployment, tying the knot, or need some voluntary savings, we've got you covered. Find out how to withdraw money from your Afore account and make your financial dreams a reality.
AMLO's morning conference highlighted consumer affairs, Mayan Train progress, no new nuclear plants, peace efforts in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, missing persons census, reduced poverty, and infrastructure projects. The President advocated for judicial reform and transparency.
In 2022, Mexican government agencies increased corruption risk by neglecting transparency & competition in public procurement, warns IMCO's Corruption Risk Index. The health sector among the least competitive. Urgent reforms needed to safeguard public funds & foster fair competition.
DESI, the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, spearheaded by UNAM's Physics and Astronomy institutes, is mapping the cosmos, probing dark energy's secrets, and uniting global scientific efforts.
Blood donation in Mexico can save lives and improve health, yet myths and lack of awareness hinder donors. Understanding blood groups and debunking myths is crucial. Let's unite to meet the demand and save lives.
Mexico faces a nutritional transition from traditional to processed diets. To combat rising unhealthy eating habits, promoting sustainable agriculture and affordable, nutritious options is vital. Collaboration between stakeholders can pave the way for a healthier, greener future.
The geological history of Bahía de Los Angeles is linked to Baja California Peninsula. Fault zones, sediment deposits, and plate shifts shaped the region. Islands formed during Pleistocene glaciations. Soils are eutrophic regosols, susceptible to erosion.
Get ready, foodies of Puerto Vallarta! The Estación Gourmet market is about to serve up a tantalizing array of antojitos from all over Mexico. Culinary students, scrumptious snacks, and regional spirits await! Opening in October—don't miss this flavorsome fiesta.
President AMLO's morning conference from Tepic, Nayarit addressed regional progress, declining homicides, security challenges, and media bias. Investments in healthcare, infrastructure, and youth empowerment underscored the government's approach.
Beware, traders of Los Cabos! Impostors pose as Civil Protection agents, extorting cash for business survival. Mayor Castro's mega-market plan aims to tame beach vendors while the airport beefs up security. Chilean tennis stars ready to serve up a storm at ATP 250.
Mexico's affordable housing production hits record lows, raising concerns for the industry. Demand falls due to the low credit capacity of buyers, urging collective action to revive the housing sector.
Turf wars heat up as taxi drivers in Playa del Carmen slash tires of tourist transporters. The President offers $6.5 billion for land dispute, drama ensues. Bomb scare at Oxxo store, chaos averted. Vacation friends' fight turns tragic. Intoxicated daredevils break into homes.
Tulum's “Jaguar Park” project sparks a real estate soap opera! Yucatán's developers claim land, but the state calls it “apocryphal.” Cue SEDATU's investigation into possible fraud. Promeza brings hope with new archaeological unit and bike lanes. But crime lingers, with a man shot dead.
Acapulco Escudo, led by Luis Enrique Vázquez Rodríguez, ensures a secure and pleasant holiday experience for tourists. Extortion crackdown and multi-agency collaboration promote safety, making Acapulco a top destination.
Acapulco's summer sizzles with safety as Escudo Acapulco shields tourists from extortion attempts! Armed forces unite, hotel occupancy soars, but watch out for troubled tides.
Discover the Bahía de Los Ángeles, Canales de Ballenas, and Salsipuedes Marine Zone Biosphere Reserve in Mexico—a protected area rich in marine life, wetlands, and islands. Covering 387,956.88 hectares, it safeguards unique biodiversity and diverse geographical features.
Embark on an offbeat adventure along the Aguascalientes Wine Route, nestled in Mexico's picturesque region. Explore 18 wineries, indulge in sensory tastings, and discover the diverse varietals.
President AMLO announces nationwide water works tour, Pemex debt intervention, and income growth. Ayotzinapa case progresses, and archaeological salvage efforts lauded. Mexico's economy set for over 3% growth.
News in Cancun: Violence strikes the hotel zone. Tourist safety assured. Heroic escape from captor. Plans for 1,150 security cameras. Eco-aspirations to be a 'Wetland City.'
Mexico's auto parts industry experiences rapid growth due to nearshoring & higher demand from T-MEC's Regional Content Value. Proximity to the US & trade agreements boost exports. Recovery in the auto market fuels increased parts sales.
Explore Mazatlan on thrilling razers! Limited to designated avenues, max speed 40 km/h. Obey the rules, wear seat belts, and no alcohol. Enjoy responsibly and rent from 1300 pesos. An unforgettable coastal adventure awaits!
Introduction to Crypto Trading in Mexico In the vast universe of finance, the stars are aligning for adopting cryptocurrencies, a new breed of digital assets. With its significant economic presence and technological adoption, Mexico is witnessing an influx of interest in crypto trading. As businesses, investors, and everyday citizens grapple
Mexico's government addresses land distribution, security issues in the State of Mexico while combating cryptocurrency fraud. President López Obrador promotes peace amidst media attacks and stresses confidence in political transformation.
Pesqueria, Mexico's emerging industrial capital! Led by visionary Mayor Patricio Lozano, it sheds limitations, welcomes investments, & builds critical infrastructure. A powerhouse of growth and sustainability!
Latin American emerging markets are making history by cutting interest rates after hiking cycles ahead of developed countries. Chile starts with a 75 basis point cut, followed by Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Mexico.
Mexico's President López Obrador highlights victories against crime, declining homicide rates, and health efforts. He faces political challenges but reaffirms a peaceful transition in his last government report.
Logistics company Traxion reports stellar Q2 revenue growth of 21% due to nearshoring trends in the North and Bajío regions. EBITDA soars 35.3%. Acquiring BBA Logistics for US expansion. Impressive H1 revenues up 24%. Strong growth trajectory ahead.
Carso's Q2 2023 sales surged by an impressive 21.5%, driven by thriving construction, hospital projects, and infrastructural ventures. Strong financials and a 42.8% net income growth highlight their leadership in Mexico's infrastructure sector.
Mexico's grain prices face upward pressure as Russia breaks export deal. House production falls 9%, Pemex in 'technical bankruptcy' for 6 years. IMF raises GDP forecast to 2.6%. Audiovisual investment stalls. The auto parts sector accelerates. Food prices rise more than inflation.
Meet the notorious "Chapitos" of Sinaloa Cartel! These fentanyl trailblazers flood the US with drugs, leading to a thrilling manhunt by the determined US government. High-stakes drama and danger ahead!
Revenge, murder, and chilling conversations. El Chapo's fury knew no bounds. Protected witness "Julio" unveils dark secrets, exposing the deadly trio behind two ruthless assassinations.
Get the juiciest scoop from AMLO's morning conference: Fentanyl, US meeting, migrants, cultural pride, Inter-Oceanic, opposition, Rarámuri support & more!
Explore the role of women in Mexican migration and remittances. Experts shed light on their motivations, contributions, and the gendered aspects of mobility. Gain valuable insights into this dynamic phenomenon shaping communities and economies.
Mexico is one of the largest economies in the Americas and the world. Students across the globe, from history and anthropology to geopolitics, are fascinated by Mexico's rich culture and tapestry. If you're looking for an essay topic about Mexico, you've come to the right place. This article will explore
Learn expert tips on understanding and managing children's anger. Discover why anger is a valid emotion and how to differentiate between emotions and behaviors. Find effective strategies for venting, calming down, and fostering self-control. Create a supportive environment for emotional growth.
Mexico faces a chilling escalation of violence as organized crime groups adopt tactics resembling terrorists. Landmines, car bombs, and explosive drones terrorize civilians and authorities. A united front is needed to confront this menace and secure a safer future.
The Electoral Roll's fingerprints have unlocked the identities of 6,961 unknown bodies and aided the search for 21,266 missing persons. The power of biometric data knows no bounds when it comes to solving mysteries and reuniting families.
The Mexican government's interest in acquiring Banamex has fizzled out as Citigroup takes a different route. While Citigroup postponed the stock exchange sale until 2025, Mexico's potential involvement raises questions about control and impact on the banking sector. The situation remains uncertain.
Container prices in Mexico are soaring due to increased demand compared to the United States. Mexico's industrial reactivation and nearshoring practices have attracted investments, leading to a surge in transportation needs.
AMLO unveils progress on the IMSS Well-being program and Mexico-Toluca Train project. Media attacks were condemned as elite interests tried to undermine his government—a morning conference packed with updates and a call for honesty in public office. Stay informed!
Non-compliance with the Carriage Letter complement to the Internet Digital Tax Receipt (CFDI) in Mexico can lead to fines of up to 112,000 pesos and even 6 years in prison. Time to get those documents in order and avoid the wrath of the tax authorities.
Amidst rising violence, corruption risks, and political clashes, Mexico reaffirms its commitment to the EU trade agreement. The nation's resolve is tested as it confronts organized crime, the mistreatment of migrants, and a call for justice.
Playa del Carmen: A thrilling mix of crime and triumph! Hitmen arrested, children rescued, and beaches restored. From heartache to heroic acts, this paradise never ceases to amaze. Playa, where every day is an adventure!
Get ready to explore the expanded archaeological wonders of Tulum! With the opening of Nauyacas and Cresterías complexes, a museum dedicated to Mayan history, and the impending Mayan Train, Tulum is set to enchant visitors like never before.
Mexican banks Banorte, Banco del Bajío, Inbursa, Regional, and Compartamos are reaping the rewards of high-interest rates, with their financial margins soaring. Despite mixed share performance, the sector's fundamentals remain robust, and loan portfolios are expanding.
Mexico battles a deadly heatwave, with heat-related deaths surging by 2000%. Tragedy strikes as a police commander and an LGBTQ+ activist are brutally murdered. Amidst political chaos, Morena opens consultation on the National Plan.
Acapulco's summer sizzles as visitors flock to this coastal gem. Amidst growth and excitement, security challenges loom. Yet, Acapulco's spirit remains unyielding, promising unforgettable adventures in paradise.
Mazatlan, the Pearl of the Pacific, is abuzz with vacation rentals, new flight routes, booming real estate sales, and thrilling sports achievements. Get ready for beachfront bliss, high-flying adventures, and the Leagues Cup showdown. Mazatlan is calling, and the world is answering.
Get ready for a mouthwatering feast at the 14th Ceviche and Aguachile Festival in Puerto Vallarta! With renowned chefs, 50 tantalizing options, live music, and family fun, it's an unforgettable gastronomic experience. Don't miss out on the culinary adventure!
Get ready to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Cancun's Ka'Yok' Planetarium in intergalactic style! From immersive concerts to cosmic theater performances, this stellar event promises an astronomical experience like no other. Let the celestial festivities begin!
In an unprecedented move, Banco Santander faces criminal charges for an alleged 8 million peso fraud. The bank is accused of forging a client's signature to obtain a loan. This case could have significant implications for holding financial institutions accountable for fraud.
Step into a world of history and charm as you explore the enchanting haciendas of Morelos. From Hacienda de Cortés to Hacienda la Luna, each one tells a unique tale of conquest, revolution, and timeless elegance.
Explore the complexities of violence and its underlying causes. Expert researcher Jaime Eduardo Calixto Gonzalez discusses the biological, psychological, and social factors influencing violence. Gain insights into the brain's role, self-regulation, and the need for change.
Unveil the hidden treasures of Nuevo Leon's Northeast Circuit! Traverse winding roads, embrace tranquil towns, and indulge in the flavors of regional cuisine. From General Zuazua to Cerralvo, embark on an adventure that promises history, relaxation, and a dash of Mexican charm.
Unveiling the lexicon of Mexican cuisine! Dive into an in-depth exploration of the culinary glossary, featuring fascinating origins, cultural significance, and historical tales. Discover the stories behind iconic words like mole, tamale, and pulque.
Discover the fascinating research of astrobiologist Antígona Segura Peralta as she utilizes theoretical models and simulations to study the possibilities of life on exoplanets. She investigates the formation of complex structures and the role of carbon and water in habitability.
Texas's floating wall on the Río Bravo has Mexico fuming. Violating the water treaty, it sparked a diplomatic clash. Meanwhile, Reynosa highway turned into a warzone, leaving drivers ducking for cover. AMLO defies INE, accusing them of silencing his anti-corruption crusade.
President AMLO's morning conference in Baja California Sur highlighted the fight against family violence, federal investments in water, electricity, and healthcare, and improved security measures.
A hidden crisis is gripping Mexico, with 25% of adolescents battling eating disorders, but fewer than 10% receiving treatment. Distorted eating behaviors, societal pressures, and the pandemic's impact have fueled this epidemic.
Explore the enchanting haciendas of Puebla. From the luxurious Hacienda Tepetlcalli to the movie-like setting of Ex Hacienda Chautla, these remarkable estates offer a glimpse into Mexico's captivating history. Get ready to be spellbound!
Mexico's business scene is buzzing with excitement. Ascendion invests $100M in an engineering center, while Aptiv opens a tech hub. Family offices juggle portfolios, Pemex cuts funds, and tilapia imports swim in.
Get ready for an action-packed showdown as Mexican wrestling legend Atlantis celebrates an incredible 40-year career. With tears of joy and a mass at the Basilica of Guadalupe, fans showered him with love.
Mexico's beach resorts anticipate a bustling holiday season with 199,537 hotel rooms on offer. However, challenges loom as reservations decline since May. Cockfighters protest in the Zócalo, while a jaguar and an ocelot meet unfortunate fates on Quintana Roo's highways.
Discover the tangy twist of pickled nopales! This zesty Mexican recipe combines onions, garlic, potatoes, carrots, and more, all pickled in white vinegar. Add a touch to your meals and explore the flavors of this delightful culinary adventure.
Discover the struggles of Mexican entrepreneurs as they battle bureaucratic procedures, spending an average of 506 hours per year. Explore the data on SMEs, from gender representation to financing, and uncover the states with the highest and lowest levels of administrative challenges.
President AMLO's morning conference covered a wide range of topics, from salvaging archaeological treasures to investigating overpriced health bids. He vowed to fight corruption, protect the environment, and strengthen support for Mexican migrants.
Mexican Official Standards (NOMs) are under scrutiny as 282 projects impact industries. Concerns arise as canceled NOMs, including vital health regulations, lack proper study. Transparency and simplicity are urged in the modification process. The private sector demands timely replacements.
Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) tackles sneaky employers! Irregularities involving profit sharing (PTU) and disguised productivity bonuses have been detected. IMSS warns employers and their cohorts of the consequences. No more evading obligations!
In a chilling act of terror, organized crime targeted personnel from the Jalisco Prosecutor's Office and Tlajomulco Police. Explosions rocked the scene, leaving six dead and twelve wounded, including innocent civilians.
Mexicolectivo: Uniting politicians, artists, athletes, and activists, this movement presents a visionary document with proposals for change. From healthcare to crime prevention, they challenge the status quo and seek to redefine Mexico's future.
Xóchitl Gálvez fires back at AMLO's accusations. Meanwhile, violence continues to ravage Guerrero, with a truck driver murdered and seven more lives lost. The dark underbelly of crime reveals itself as five Central de Abasto de Toluca directors are arrested.
Mexico's sugar exports to the US open amidst the drama, as three mills face consequences for non-compliance. Brokerage firms' profitability takes a hit, while pawn loans surge. Satellite companies aim to connect disconnected areas, and urgent labor regulation is called for.
Discover the vibrant world of Mexican gastronomic folklore. From traditional wedding tables to the iconic mole and barbacoa, explore how food reflects Mexican culture and national identity. Immerse yourself in the joyous celebrations and diverse flavors of this culinary heritage.