Juan José Origel podría regresar a TV Azteca

Según el columnista mexicano Alex Kaffie, Pepillo se quedó sin trabajo en Unicable y sin trabajo en Telemundo, pues el programa Suelta la Sopa VIP, en el que participaba, duró sólo tres domingos al aire. Recientemente Origel estuvo en Azteca para participar del programa Ventaneando, por sus 20 años al aire, y del que fue […]

Rebecca Jones padece cáncer de ovario

La actriz Rebecca Jones reveló en una entrevista al programa Ventaneando que los médicos le detectaron cáncer. Ella explicó que todo comenzó por un fuerte dolor de estómago, pero al llegar al hospital le hicieron estudios y ahí fue donde descubrieron que ella tiene cáncer de ovario. El pasado sábado 3 de febrero, la actriz […]

La Columna de Nancy alvarez: Nudity and your children

Commentary by Dr. Nancy Alvarez During childhood, children learn to see nudity as something beautiful and natural. And during that period, they determine what attitudes they’ll have about the naked human body. This is important because a sexually healthy person must have a feeling of naturalness about nudity. Sadly, this isn’t common. Most people have […]

Jomari Goyso entra a El Gordo y La Flaca

El conocido ‘fashionista’ Jomari Goyso informó que formará parte de la exitosa emisión: “Es oficial, muy emocionado por esta oportunidad y agradecido a todo el equipo de ‘El Gordo y La Flaca’. Ahora no sólo ‘Primer Impacto’, sino también ‘El Gordo y La Flaca’ son mi casa”. Las cápsulas de Jomari Goyso son muy gustadas […]

Former Chiefs coach, QB lead Eagles to Super Bowl glory

Doug Pederson and Nick Foles did something Sunday night (Feb. 4) at U.S. Bank Stadium that they couldn’t do during their time with the Kansas City Chiefs: They won a Super Bowl. Pederson, a former assistant to current Chiefs coach Andy Reid, wrapped his second season as an NFL head coach by leading Philadelphia to […]

Termómetro KC – Noticias Locales

02/01/18 Autoridades de Kansas City, Mo., fueron llamadas pues se reportó una fuga de gas en La Plaza. Bomberos de la ciudad llegaron al lugar de la fuga en la calle 47 y Pennsylvania Ave., para tratar de controlar el incidente. Al día de hoy no se ha revelado más información de las causas de […]

Center reports record number of women running for office

By Tere Siqueira There’s an unprecedented surge of first-time female candidates in upcoming elections, according to the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. More than 79 women are pursuing gubernatorial runs this year, potentially doubling a record for women candidates set in 1994, the center recently announced. Data shows the candidates are […]

Trump administration accused of twisting immigration data in recent report

By Tere Siqueira The Trump administration claims to have evidence of a connection between immigration and terrorism – a claim that Democrats, civil liberty groups and media outlets are challenging. On Jan. 15, the administration released an 11-page report stating that most of those people convicted of international terrorism charges over the past 15 years […]

Dr. Myriam Ensling: How to read and interpret food labels: artificial sweeteners Part 6

Artificial sweeteners Food labels aren’t all they appear to be. Sometimes, for example, labels that say “no added sugar” have other sugars. Some of them are as harmful as regular white sugar. Those sugars include turbinado sugar (brown sugar), sucrose, dextrose, fructose, maltose, glucose, corn syrup, lactose, high corn syrup fructose, maple syrup, rice syrup, […]

Teach your children a balanced use of technology

American culture relies on technology. Technological devices provide our main sources of entertainment, communication and research information. At work, we use technology every day, whether it’s a computer, a cash register or equipment at a doctor’s office. Even schools have computers for children to research subjects, take tests, complete math problems and type reports. As […]