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Thomas Jones: Inspiration for others with Down syndrome

In many countries, people with Down syndrome are marginalized. A Calgary man with the condition was on a vacation in Mexico when he noticed how little was being done for people with the syndrome.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Monday October 31st, 2011

Hospital Tries to Send Paralyzed Illegal Immigrant Back to Mexico
Michael Allen

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is being accused of pressuring a paralyzed illegal immigrant to return to Mexico. The medical center has been treating Francisco Martinez for three months, after a workplace injury left him paralyzed from the chest down.
International | Thursday October 27th, 2011

Mexico Tackling Breast Cancer, a Leading Cause of Death for Women

On the International Day of Breast Cancer Awareness, President Felipe Calderon joined the celebration in Mexico. The meeting was aimed to reflect and crate awareness about the disease that every year takes away the lives of hundreds of thousands of women around the globe.
México | Thursday October 20th, 2011

Mexico tackles childhood obesity with diet, exercise

Anghella Torres is just 4 years old, but already she weighs 66 pounds (30 kilos) — twice what she should. Because of her excess girth, her little feet constantly hurt from bearing the extra weight.
México | Thursday October 20th, 2011

Mexico Leans to the Right on Abortion

A recent ruling by Mexico’s supreme court on right-to-life amendments in two northern states has pro-choice supporters fearful of a dangerous precedent that could fly beneath the radar of the country’s upcoming presidential elections.
México | Tuesday October 4th, 2011

Madonna's Upscale Gym a Hit in Mexico City; More Gyms to Open in Russia
Ray Downs

Madonna's upscale Hard Candy gym has been such a hit in Mexico City that the Material Girl/international businesswoman is reportedly opening more locations in other countries, AméricaEconomía reports via WorldCrunch.
Distrito Federal | Monday October 3rd, 2011

Mexico high court upholds Baja California antiabortion measure
Ken Ellingwood

Although seven of the court's 11 justices deemed the measure that says life begins at conception unconstitutional, they were short of the eight votes needed to overturn it.
Baja California | Thursday September 29th, 2011

Mexican Beauty Cream May Be Tied to Mercury Poisonings

El Paso health officials are warning that a Mexican beauty cream that promises to remove wrinkles and skin discoloration may actually be deadly, the El Paso Times reported.
México | Tuesday September 27th, 2011

Going after the global gag rule
Jay Jochnowitz

Since the Reagan administration, the U.S. government has had an intermittent rule known by various names — including the Global Gag Rule and the Mexico City Policy — barring organizations that receive government funds from performing or promoting abortions.
México | Friday September 23rd, 2011

"Gym Rat Race" Combines Vacation With Healthy Competition in Paradise

My Destination Wellness is bringing the gym to the beach with a vacation-meets-fitness challenge called the "Gym Rat Race" in Riviera Maya, Mexico, February 16-20, 2012.
Cancun, Quintana Roo | Thursday September 22nd, 2011

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