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‘Imagining Colorful Lines’ – Mexican Football Player with Visual Impairment Finds New Future in His Sport

Region: Mexico

Topics: CultureHealth

After injuring his eye, one young Mexican football player thought his chances of going professional were over. Now, his time playing in a league with other players who have visual impairments is giving him new purpose as a coach.

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Mexico City’s Museums Get Creative To Make Exhibits Accessible For All

Region: Mexico

Topics: CultureHealth

Museums in Mexico’s capital are revamping their exhibits and offerings to make them equally accessible to people with disabilities.

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Mexican Students Choose Sugary Drinks Over Contaminated Water

Region: Mexico

Topics: HealthWater

Studies have shown that in one Mexican town, all the water sources are contaminated. Students there are forgoing water – but the alternative may be just as bad for their health.

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Art and Therapy: Kiki Suárez Treats Mexico’s Disabled Through Art

Region: Mexico

Topics: ArtsHealth

As retinitis pigmentosa slowly erodes her sight, German-born painter and psychotherapist Kiki Suárez has worked to bring the therapeutic benefits of art to disabled persons in Chiapas, Mexico. Now, their artwork pays for some of the care and treatment of the patients.

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Dry Sinks and Toilets Plague Many of Mexico’s Public Schools, Forcing Government to Fix Pipes and Install Water Fountains

Region: Mexico

Topics: HealthHuman RightsPolitics

Many schools in Mexico are operating without a sustainable water supply, which means toilets can't be flushed and sinks run dry. The government has recently approved plans to address these infrastructure needs, but in the meantime some schools have to bring water via trucks.

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Featured Photo of a Mexico City Rollerblader

Region: Mexico

Topics: CultureHealth

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Many Cactuses and No Grocery Stores: A Mexico City Area Eats Fresh and Local

Region: Mexico

Topics: EnvironmentHealth

A large section of Mexico City is without a supermarket, but residents there say that’s a benefit, not a problem. People in the Milpa Alta delegation prefer to grow their own food, including nopal, the prickly pear cactus that is a famous element in some Mexican cuisine.

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A Diabetes Epidemic Arrives by Highway In Mexico’s Rural South

Region: Mexico

Topics: Health

Rates of diabetes have skyrocketed in Mexico’s rural south, prompting health officials to declare an emergency. Area residents point to changes in the local diet after paved roads brought sugary drinks and processed foods to the region.

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At the Edge of a Mexican National Park, A Factory Brings Dust, Noise and Opponents

Region: Mexico

Topics: EnvironmentHealth

A limestone factory at the edge of a Mexican national park has created environmental and health problems for people in the area. The company has promised to relocate, but local residents say they see no signs of movement.

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