Association of Journalists Celebrates National Assembly

-Editorial Journalist Eva Joaquina Guerrero Ríos, from Sinaloa, was unanimously elected as President of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Mexican Journalist Associations, FAPERMEX; José Arturo Aguirre Bahena, the communicator from Morelos, was appointed as head of the Honor and Justice Surveillance Committee. XX National Congress of the …

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Flu Hospitalizations Increased This Winter Season

-Editorial Flu hospitalizations have increased by nearly 30% in a week as the spread of respiratory illnesses remains high across most of the U.S.  More than 11,200 people were hospitalized with the flu during the week ending Nov. 19, compared to about 8,700 patients admitted during the prior week, according …

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BEER REMOVES THE COLD

By: Javier Sanchez, El Cerveciafilo. Many people don’t usually think about a beer when they are cold. Generally, in our latitudes we think that a beer should be refreshing, to quench thirst on a hot day, right? This is because the vast majority are only aware of beers that are …

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CORRUPTION IS PART OF OUR OWN NATURE

By: Colilá Eguía, Writer and Journalist. When I was studying for the Master’s Degree in Criminology at CETYS University I received one of the strongest impacts of my life, this occurred when Professor Hector Cuello Sepulveda in the subject INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL POLICY stated that Corruption is part of our very …

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