Wednesday - Feb 20, 2019
  • Tijuana migrant numbers down by 3,000

    Tijuana migrant numbers down by 3,000

    No one knows where they are, most of those who remain have moved to a new, dryer shelter by the El Reportero’s wire services The whereabouts of around 3,000 Central American migrants is unknown after fewer than half of those in a Tijuana shelter were transferred to a new location. More than 6,200 mainly Honduran

  • Eating radishes can diminish symptoms of clinical depression

    Eating radishes can diminish symptoms of clinical depression

    by Ellaine Castillo Antidepressants are some of the most common medications that people take. Based on a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10.7 percent of Americans take this type of medication. This is a great cause for concern not only because it means that more people are suffering from depression, but

  • Glucosamine slows down aging by supporting connective tissue

    Glucosamine slows down aging by supporting connective tissue

    by Ben Fuchs Connective tissue (CT) is one of the four types of tissues that form the human body. (The others are the nervous, muscle and covering or “epithelial” tissue.) The connective tissue supports all the other tissues by binding them together. The connective tissue also nourishes, oxygenates, electrifies and detoxifies all the cells of

  • A healthy, organic diet reduces the risk of cancer by a whopping 65 percent

    A healthy, organic diet reduces the risk of cancer by a whopping 65 percent

    by Ellaine Castillo Many people believe that having a healthy organic diet helps decrease the risk of certain diseases. A recent study helped prove that claim, establishing that a healthy diet can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 65 percent. For the lead author, Dr. Ashish Deshmukh of the University of Florida, the

  • Immigrant rights groups oppose Trump’s cutting off access to citizenship

    Immigrant rights groups oppose Trump’s cutting off access to citizenship

    Advocates rush to challenge changes that would eliminate Obama-era policy allowing fee waivers for elderly and working poor immigrants applying for citizenship by the El Reportero’s wire services A growing group of immigrant rights advocates is demanding that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) withdraw its proposed regulation cutting off access to citizenship for hundreds

  • Mexico, US agree on US $35.6-billion development plan to curb migration

    Mexico, US agree on US $35.6-billion development plan to curb migration

    But most of the United States’ contribution is not new funding by Mexico News Daily The governments of Mexico and the United States have agreed to work together on a development plan in southern Mexico and Central America to curb migration. The Secretariat of Foreign Affairs (SRE) and the United States Department of State issued

  • Don’t miss grupo Nuevo Caní at Blondie’s in SF

    Don’t miss grupo Nuevo Caní at Blondie’s in SF

    Members of the Nuevo Caní group. From left to right (seated) Emilio Pérez, congas; back: Junior Ecuador, bass; Ted, bongo; the ‘Cat’ Edgar Aguilar; and on the Dan Neville vibraphone. Come enjoy the Caní group at the Blondie’s club, at 540 Valencia St, San Francisco. Good music for the soul. Latin jazz and salsa. On

  • Mexico will invest US $30 billion in development plan to curb migration

    Mexico will invest US $30 billion in development plan to curb migration

    Details regarding the source of the funds and how they will be spent have not been revealed by Mexico News Daily The federal government will invest more than US $30 billion over the next five years on a Comprehensive Development Plan with Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador aimed at curbing migration to the United States,

  • AMLO creates super-commission to investigate missing 43 of Ayotzinapa

    AMLO creates super-commission to investigate missing 43 of Ayotzinapa

    There will be no barriers against finding the truth, president tells parents by Mexico News Daily President López Obrador signed his first presidential decree yesterday, creating a super commission that will conduct a new investigation into the case of the 43 students who disappeared in Guerrero more than four years ago. Just two days after

  • ‘Out Hondurans, we don’t want you here:’ anti-migrant sentiment continues

    ‘Out Hondurans, we don’t want you here:’ anti-migrant sentiment continues

    There were marches in Tijuana yesterday both for and against the caravan from Central America by Mexico News Daily Residents of Tijuana are divided over the presence of large numbers of Central American migrants in their city. Protests both for and against members of the first migrant caravan were held yesterday in the northern border