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Mantente al corriente de los últimos desarrollos en salud, entrenamiento personal, nutrición, recetas nutritivas y rutinas de ejercicio. Salud física y ejercicio. Revisa nuestros últimos artículos sobre entrenamiento físico, programas de levantamiento de pesas, historias motivantes, nuevos métodos y más.

September, 2021

  • 10 September

    Imperial County Awarded $2.5 Million Mental Health Grant

    -Editorial Imperial County Behavioral Health Services, in partnership with the Imperial County Office of Education (ICOE), was awarded a $2.5 million grant under the Mental Health Student Services Act (MHSSA). MHSSA is a competitive grant program established to fund partnerships between county behavioral health departments and local education entities to …

May, 2021

  • 1 May

    The Importance of Physical Fitness During the Pandemic

    -Editorial The COVID-19 pandemic means that many of us are staying at home and sitting down more than we usually do. It’s hard for a lot of us to do the sort of exercise we normally do. It’s even harder for people who don’t usually do a lot of physical …

March, 2021

February, 2021

  • 17 February

    PAHO Director warns that damage from COVID-19 disproportionately impacts women

    -Editorial PAHO Director Carissa F. Etienne warned that the health, social and economic effects of COVID-19 are disproportionately impacting women and called for heightened attention to the pandemic’s gender disparities. “To overcome this pandemic, countries must recognize and respond to the gender dynamics of this outbreak. This starts with ensuring …

January, 2021

  • 21 January

    The Impact of Wine On Health

    -Editorial Winemaking, according to scientifically proven data, can date back to the Neolithic Circa 6000 BC. The vessels they found in the form of amphorae had residues of tartaric acid, an acid that provides much of the PH to the must. The alcohol in the wine is a free radical …

  • 17 January

    Senior Citizens Camp Outside Imperial Valley Mall So They Can Get Vaccine; ECRMC Criticized for Lack of Organization

    -Editorial The demand for vaccination against COVID-19 in Imperial Valley is high as approximately 400 people -most of them senior citizens- will be camping overnight outside of the Imperial Valley Mall in El Centro, California, to get the vaccine. Most of those seniors between the ages of 70 to 80 …

  • 15 January

    Health as a human right

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, social activist, philanthropist, and law professor. Within the framework of this edition, it is important to recognize health as a human right, which is stated in the Mexican constitution, as well as in other countries, and recognized worldwide through international treaties. The right to …

  • 14 January

    Vaccination Process for Medical Personnel in Baja California Began January 13

    -Editorial The application of the first Pfizer anti-Covid vaccines started in 16 distribution points in Baja California, beginning with the inoculation to the health sector, specifically doctors, nurses, and auxiliary personnel who are on the front line of battle. The Secretary of Health, Alonso Pérez Rico, stressed that the vaccine …

  • 4 January

    Hyperbaric chamber: its promising uses, although NOT approved yet

    By: Dr. Elton Gomez, a specialist in regenerative medicine. It is already known that hyperbaric oxygenation can be very useful for the treatment of wounds, infections, and other health problems that can become serious, such as pressure ulcers, severe anemia, brain abscess, arterial air embolism, with air bubbles in the …

December, 2020

  • 25 December

    Vaccine Ready to Roll out in Mexico

    -Editorial The first vaccines have been given to the frontline workers in Mexico who have worked tirelessly these last nine months against the COVID-19 pandemic. Mexico City nurse Maria Ramírez became the first person in Latin America to get vaccinated for COVID-19 on Thursday. The Mexican government received a shipment of …