HEADLINE NEWS FROM OAXACA, MEXICO

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Medical staff and nurses of the Health Services of Oaxaca (SSO) denounced the shortages of medicines, instruments, laboratory service, and personnel through a tarp that they installed in the emergency area of ​​the general civil hospital of San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec, in the region of the Papalopan Basin. In the text, they inform patience due...
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Recharged and renewed, the Oaxaca Flavors is the new version of El saber del sabor, an annual meeting that gathers chefs and cooks from different parts in the city. The festival will take place from September 27 to 29, in Oaxaca City. Part of the festival this year includes a circuit of art galleries, traditional...
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Adriana Kupijy Vargas is a 20-year-old woman who established a community library in the Sierra Mixe of Oaxaca, in the municipality of Santa María Tlahuitoltepec. Kupijy (which means ‘flower that ascends’ in the Mixe language) is a student of pedagogy at the Faculty of Higher Studies (FES) Acatlán of the UNAM. Her father is an...
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With the slogan “All for the river”, in the framework of World Environment Day, representatives of civil associations and ecologists, carried out the First Festival of the Atoyac River. Through the water ritual, the participants called on society, in general, to join the rescue efforts of the 4 elements vital for survival, especially for the...
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The Ministry of Economy, the Oaxacan Institute of Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness (IODEMC) and the National Chamber of Industry of Mezcal (Canaimez) launched a new laboratory for certification, which will expand the options for mezcaleros who wish to certify their product or have other alternatives in terms of quality control. They noted that the new laboratory...
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With the beginning of the rainy season, the chicatanas, flying insects that have become part of the typical gastronomy of Oaxaca, also arrive. Like the grasshoppers, from the first days of June, restaurants that are located in the Historic Center cannot wait to prepare the Chicatanas salsas, while in the indigenous communities, it is consumed...
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In Paris, the Louvre Museum closed for a day this week because workers said the crowds were too big to handle. In the Himalayas, climbers at Mount Everest are concerned that the peak has gotten too crowded, contributing to the highest death toll in years. In cities and destinations around the world, from Barcelona to...
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People with diabetes may have better brain function if they follow a Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, fish and healthy fats, a U.S. study suggests. Mediterranean diets have long been linked to better heart and brain health as well as a lower risk of developing diabetes. But research to date hasn’t...
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Fearing that “explosive” outbreaks of dengue will occur this year, Oaxaca Health Services (SSO) changed its prevention plan to one of containment. The risk of contagion is concentrated in 18 localities in 17 municipalities, but the main concern is centered in Oaxaca de Juárez, which belongs to the jurisdiction of the Central Valleys, where 30...
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In the community of Maguey Largo, municipality of San José del Progreso, by agreement of the general assembly, was declared a plastic-free community. The decision was made as a step towards conserving the environment and is the first community of the Valley of Ocotlan to declare itself plastic-free. “It is time to do something for...
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