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Archive for: August, 2014

SPA September News and Pets of the Month

By Lynn Weisberg and Joan DiPiero Our news: Join us at Darla’s Fashion Extravaganza (runway fashion show, gourmet dinner, dancing, raffle), a SPA fundraiser. Pick your tickets up now before we sell out! It promises to be a splendid evening, the proceeds of which will benefit all the SPA animals, including our Pets of the [...]

Safe Use of Wi-Fi for Everybody

By Charless Miller The column you are now reading is the product of three complete rewrites. After reading a news article about the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s recommendation that we all eliminate passwords on Wi-Fi, I wrote an editorial saying that was the dumbest idea I have heard in a long time. Before that column could [...]

Travel News

By Judy Newell Mexico Travel News Southwest Airlines launches service to Mexico Southwest Airlines launched initial service to Mexico bringing new flight options from the United States’ largest carrier in terms of domestic passengers boarded. The nonstop routes previously served by wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways now operate daily between Orange County/Santa Ana and San [...]

The Fitness Question of the Month

By Liz Montes Before writing any article, I think of some of the most frequent questions I’m asked. The question of the month asked particularly by men was whether I recommend a chest exercise that will help build the (pecs) chest muscles? The answer is easy, but the practice is not so easy; you have [...]

Testosterone: Cancer, Heart, ED

Extending Lives By Ross Macdonald Research published in 1940 (for which the author received the Nobel Prize) stating that testosterone was the cause of prostate cancer was later proven by Dr. Abraham Morgentaler to be flawed. The flawed research was based on test results from dogs, a castrated man and one normal man! A low [...]

Alto Does Not Mean Stop!

Live Like You Can By Janis McDonald The glorieta traffic circle is the wonderful way Mexico merges traffic from all four corners. When I first moved to Mexico, I was warned, “When you see the red Alto sign at the glorieta, do not stop unless you can’t go immediately. You will be rear-ended and hear [...]

Otomíes enfrentan “La nueva conquista”

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado “Esta es la nueva conquista, nos quieren desaparecer” – Magdaleno Ramírez Ocho pesos por metro cuadrado fue la propuesta de la Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes para que los ejidatarios de Cruz del Palmar vendieran la tierra por la que pasaría la Autopista Bicentenario. “Quince pesos fue la oferta más [...]

Guanajuato sin restricciones

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado Guanajuato es uno de los 13 estados mexicanos a los que el Buró de Seguridad de los Estados Unidos no ha puesto restricciones de seguridad para que los ciudadanos estadounidenses puedan visitar. En la segunda actualización del año, el documento de alerta de viaje emitida por el Buró  de Asuntos [...]

San Miguel pronto tendrá un aeródromo

Por Antonio De Jesús Aguado Una de las propuestas de campaña del alcalde Mauricio Trejo está a punto de cumplirse, pues indicó que, “si todo sale bien, el aeródromo podría estar abierto en los siguientes 60 días”. En 2012 como candidato a la presidencia municipal, Trejo decía que la ciudad ya no podía crecer más [...]

Contaminación del agua en San Miguel

Por  Sandra Ríos Los recursos hídricos de México están amenazados por escasez, mala calidad, contaminación y falta de tratamiento. Los acuíferos que durante años se recargaron con aguas superficiales, hoy se encuentran a niveles bajísimos sin la capacidad de recarga, además de estar contaminados con minerales naturales tóxicos, consecuencia de la sobreexplotación principalmente por la [...]

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