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A Personal Perspective on Guiding for the Patronato Pro Niños Historical Tours.

By Cheryl Young Peggy Jones, coordinator of the PPN Historical Tours and an Architectural Tour Guide, is passionate about her work with PPN Tours. And her passion shows in her glowing 5-star TripAdvisor reviews. As a recent guest said, “If my history teachers had been half as interesting as Peggy, I would have liked history [...]

The Mammogram Crisis

By Salvador Quiroz The mammogram is a radiographic study of the human breast. While 98 percent of patients undergoing this procedure are women, the remaining two percent are men. This may come as a surprise to some people, but males are also born with mammary glands that tend to atrophy with time. But because all [...]

Soul Connection

By Marcia Wolff All doubt, despair, and fear become insignificant once the intention of life becomes love. Rumi   It seems so easy to set an intention to love as our main purpose of life. Certainly, we don’t want to live from fear, despair, and doubt. But part of the human condition provides boulders, blocks, [...]

UNIMED ER Physican at UNIMED Hospital

By Cynthia Parada Camacho Dr Diego Alberto Valdez Castillo, a native of Dolores Hidalgo and a specialist in emergency medicine, is the latest addition to UNIMED Hospital. Valdez Castillo started working in the health care system at the age of 16 in civil protection as a volunteer in prehospital care (care given to a patient [...]

Especialistas en Urgencias Médicas en UNIMED Hospital

Por Cynthia Parada Camacho Dr. Diego Alberto Valadez Castillo, Especialista en urgencias médicas en UNIMED. Originario de la ciudad de Dolores Hidalgo, Cuna de la Independencia Nacional, del estado de Guanajuato, nací el 26 de abril de 1986. Inicio su vida en el área de la salud a los 16 años como voluntario en protección [...]

New Workshops at San Miguel with Luana


By María Ana Luisa Cervantes Mondragón Everything sings: the birds, the whales, the wind, the ocean waves, the earth itself. Many ancient traditions believe that this is the way the world came to be… through sound and vibration. We humans can sing as a means to express the essence of our soul, we sing sorrows, [...]

Specialists in Emergency Medicine at UNIMED Hospital


By Cynthia Parada Camacho   Dr Noe Arellano Hernandez, a distinguished emergency care doctor and teacher of medicine, recently joined UNIMED’s Hospital staff of emergency room physicians. Arellano graduated from the Escuela Nacional de Medicina y Homeopatía in the Instituto Politécnico Nacional. In 2004, he finished his sub-specialty in Medicina de Reanimación in the Hospital [...]

UNIMED Especialistas en Urgencias Médicas en UNIMED Hospital


Por Cynthia Parada Camacho El Dr. Noe Arellano Hernández, es specialista en Urgencias Médicas en UNIMED. Graduado de la Escuela Nacional De Medicina y Homeopatía en El Instituto Politécnico Nacional. El Dr. Noe Arellano también es Miembro Honorario del American College of Emergency Phisicians (ACEP). Trabajó en diferentes hospitales del estado como en León, Celaya [...]

Sacred Cacao Ceremony Workshop at LifePath Center

By María Ana Luisa Cervantes Mondragón It’s thought cacao was first used as a health elixir and ceremonial medicine as far back as 1900 BC by the ancestors of Central America, the Olmec people, before becoming a ritualistic medicine used by the Aztec and Mayan cultures. Signifying both life and fertility, it was ingested by [...]

What I Love About Being a PPN Historical Tour Guide

By Cheryl Young About six months ago, I decided to stop using the expression “I love this” or “I love that.” It felt like lazy thinking: there are so many more precise ways to express an appreciation or admiration for something. As a writer, I felt that I should do better. But when I started [...]

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