Last week in the Mexican Healthcare Industry 

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Mexicans are more prone to be ill due to long work schedules. Mexico is also the OECD country where people work the most hours per year.

Near 50 percent of Mexican women within the ages of 40 and 50 are more likely to suffer from osteoporosis, the main cause of which is a deficiency in bone mineral density.

Health Ministry is one of six innovative institutions according to Innovation Week Magazine for its development of the Electronic Birth Certificates (CeN).

Tax on sugary drinks could save 19,000 lives in Mexico, reveals study from University of California.

The Dr. Manuel Gea Gónzalez General Hospital performed 26 reconstructive surgeries on patients with cleft lip and palate.


Excess energy drink intake might cause hepatitis and other risky liver conditions.

A new male contraceptive injection has been shown to be safe and effective.

A therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome is undergoing trial for NHS use, it could treat two-thirds of children. The disease affects one of every 50 children.

The World Health Organization asks to stop junk food ads on kid’s apps.

Editor’s Note: This post, originally published November 7, has been updated with new information.

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