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WHY DOES IT HAPPEN AND WHAT HAPPENS DURING A BRAIN INFARCTION?

By: Dr. Elton Gómez, stem-cell expert Reading time: 4 minutes The brain is a wonderful electro-chemical machine, capable of thinking and producing ideas, and these ideas allow us to survive and progress. However, the operation of this electrochemical machine, has a very high price, the human brain, which weighs 2% …

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DAY OF THE DEAD 2018

-Editorial Right after Halloween, the people in Mexico celebrated Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, honoring those who have passed on with parades, gifts, and parties, as you’ve probably seen in Coco, the movie. This festivity was celebrated around Mexico and some places in the U.S. too, especially …

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Drought Contingency Plan Could Be Completed Soon

-Editorial As the work to complete a Drought Contingency Plan by the end of the year continues, several water districts agreed that collaboration needs to continue to preserve the sustainability of the Colorado River and Lake Mead. Imperial Irrigation District representatives, along with various Colorado River contractors, participated in the …

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Power to the public

-Editorial Imperial Irrigation District was proud to join some 2,000 community-owned not-for-profit electric utilities across the nation in celebrating the benefits of public power each October. “We are proud to be community-powered,” said Henry Martinez, IID Energy Department manager. “Public power puts the people of the communities it serves, first.” …

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