In my May 9 column, I sang the praises of “Stainless Steel Soap” as the world’s cheapest deodorant.
The Chapala municipal government and the local branch of Jalisco’s Health Ministry are collaborating on a week-long public health campaign geared for sexually active women ages 25 to 60.
Jalisco health authorities have confirmed the first case of the chikungunya virus in the state.
A father who believes his son died as a result of gross medical negligence at an Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS) hospital says he is finally seeing some light at the end of a long tunnel after a bruising four-year legal battle.
Thousands of doctors, nurses, health care workers and hospital employees took to the streets of Guadalajara and 70 other Mexican towns and cities Sunday to demand that medical malpractice be disqualified as a criminal offense.
A recent discussion reinforced the wisdom of an old adage, “Learning about living in Mexico is like peeling an onion. Just when you think you are done, you realize there’s another layer.”
Female activists last week staged a protest outside Guadalajara’s Puerta de Hierro hospital to highlight the situation of former receptionist Yuridia Delgado Luevano, who says she was fired by the hospital after she told her bosses that she was a lesbian.
These last few weeks of the dry season seem to attract far more scorpions than normal into the open, where they can be seen.