The Mexican drug cartels came across a sobering fact for their dirty business a few months ago: chemicals used to make methamphetamine and fentanyl, which are sourced from China, are running out. In fact, economists predicted that global closures for the coronavirus would have an effect on the ability of criminal organizations to produce synthetic...

At least 22 states in Mexico will be living under a heat wave, which could put at risk the health of people who have to go out to work, despite the Coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement made today by the National Meteorological Service (SMN) of Conagua.

The first outbreaks of coronavirus in Mexico generated a greater use of products such as antibacterial gel, causing them to run out. Profeco shows how to make your own antibacterial gel in a simple and economical way.

Fish is a food rich in nutrients such as protein, vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids. Such is the case of tilapia - also known as mojarra, whose meat is white, neutral in taste, with high nutritional levels and easily accessible to Mexicans, resulting in one of the fishes that is easy to prepare and can be consumed in the daily diet....

In the face of the coronavirus crisis, the wealthy classes of the world have not been spared the great onslaught that the pandemic has wreaked on the economy, so the list includes a few names and huge profits that have brought down fortunes in just a few months.

Its scientific name is Panthera onca. Its common name, jaguar, which in Tupi-Guarani language means "the one who hunts in one jump". The Spanish at the time of the conquest called it tiger by association with the Asian feline they knew; this name has persisted to date in many places in Mexico.