Puerto Vallarta Medical Conference

Healthcare Resources is proud to present the Seventh Annual Medical Affairs Conference. A meeting that six years ago began as a small small meeting that has become one of the busiest events in Puerto Vallarta and continues to grow each year. Free and open to the public, Medical Matters 2017 will be held on Monday, […]
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Banderas Bay Conservation Fund Calls for Sustainable Projects

The Banderas Bay conservation fund, founded in 2014 to support projects of civil associations seeking the protection of wildlife and ecosystems in the region, is calling for environmental projects in the area of Nuevo Vallarta and Lo de Marcos.   The  projects purse is over $ 60,000 Mexican pesos provided by the Foundation of Punta Mita, […]
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Science against the Mayan “predictions”

A few days before the December 21st deadline, different institutions such as NASA and the Vatican have declared the alleged Mayan predictions of the end of the world as false, despite of this followers of these apocalyptic ideas continue.  According to the newspaper ABC.es, U.S. agencies have received thousands of emails asking for instructions on […]
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Hydroxyapatite a possible titanium implant substitute

One of the patents registered by the ITESM (Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey), Campus Puebla, is a titanium substitute that will be used in bone implants. A substance called hydroxyapatite, obtained from bones of mammals, “will be tested this year in a regional hospital in the State of Mexico and by 2012 it […]
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Anti-Hydrogen atoms trapped for 16 minutes

PARIS .- Antimatter atoms of antihydrogen, were trapped for more than 16 minutes during an experiment at the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, which should facilitate the study of antimatter. “We were able to trap atoms of antihydrogen for 1,000 seconds,” time “long enough to begin to study them,” said Jeffrey HangStan […]
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Scientists identify gene that causes premature aging

OVIEDO .- A team of Spanish researchers identified a gene that causes premature aging, and sequence for the first time in Spain the genome of a household to identify the cause of a strange disease. The study, conducted by scientists at the University of Oviedo, describes a new type of progeria (premature aging genetic syndrome) […]
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Tap water in several parts of the U.S. with carcinogenic chemical

This was revealed by a study by an environmental group, reported The Washington Post. The Environmental Working Group study, the first nationwide that measures the presence of hexavalent chromium in U.S. water systems, will be published in full on Monday, the newspaper said. The organization found hexavalent chromium in the water from the tap in […]
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Large Hadron Collider is a “Big Bang machine”

GENEVA .- The experiments in which the large particle accelerator at the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) collides lead ions have uncovered new information on the existing matter at the genesis of the universe. “Less than three weeks after having launched three experiments to study collisions of lead ions in the Large Hadron Collider […]
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