Cirugía de Neymar un éxito – Deportes y más deportes….

Tras resultar lesionado del quinto metatarsiano en el pie derecho, Neymar fue operado en Brasil en donde se confirmó que la operación había sido un éxito. Según un comunicado de prensa de la Confederación Brasileña de Fútbol, la operación duró 75 minutos y no hubo contratiempos. Se espera que el jugador brasileño esté rehabilitado para […]

Los premios Oscar fueron latinos

En medio de un ambiente de incertidumbre por las políticas antimigración, la entrega número 90 de los premios Oscar reconoció como nunca a cintas relacionadas con México y parte de Latinoamérica, como un mensaje claro sobre el crecimiento de la comunidad latina que radica en Estados Unidos. Parte de la presencia de latinos que estuvieron […]

Domingo discusses his role in “Fear the Walking Dead”

Interview by Chara Fans of “Fear the Walking Dead” won’t have to wait much longer before Season 3 is available on home video: The third season of the AMC TV drama about families uniting to survive an apocalypse will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on March 13. Colman Domingo, who gives life to the […]

María Rubio descanza en paz

La actriz que dio vida a la villana más famosa de las telenovelas, Catalina Creel, falleció esta semana. La actriz María Rubio, la reina de las villanas en las telenovelas mexicanas, falleció a la edad de 83 años. La Asociación Nacional de Intérpretes (ANDI) informó la noticia a través de su cuenta de Twitter. A […]

Wonderful World: Discover San Francisco

A casi un año de que diera inicio el tour ‘Únete a la Fiesta’ Kabah ha anunciado que próximamente se despedirá de la gira para centrarse en nueva música inédita. Fue Federica Quijano la encargada de dar la noticia y recalcar que en las últimas semanas han tenido presentaciones muy exitosas ellos solos, por lo […]

Wonderful World: Discover San Francisco

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists, in this edition we have to talk about the popular city of San Francisco, California. The city that was colonized by the Spaniards at the beginning of the XVI century although populated by the Ohlone tribes since at least 1,000 years before. Named in honor of San Francisco de Asís. […]

Let’s change cancer statistics with regular screenings

Commentary by Eulogio JP Cancer is the leading cause of death among Hispanics in the United States. It’s responsible for 22 percent of Hispanic deaths. And based on multiple research studies, the American Cancer Society (ACS) reports that Hispanics are less likely than non-Hispanic whites to be diagnosed with the most common cancers, such as lung, […]

Tips on how to read and interpret food labels: Part 7

Proteins: The natural sources of protein are meats: This includes beef, pork, fish, poultry, tofu, eggs, and cheese. Proteins are built from large molecules that are made up of smaller molecules called amino acids. There are non-essential amino acids that the human body can get from fat or carbohydrates in the diet and there are […]

Street Talk: Should teachers carry guns at school?

Commentary and Interviews by Eulogio JP School shootings are something America must discuss and find a way to stop. Why are they happening? What can we do about them? On my quest to find answers to those questions, I asked a few teachers I know for their thoughts on a recommendation that teachers carry guns […]

Six tips to control the time children spend online

NAPSM If in your family there are any of the almost 51 million children who go to school in the United States, you will find the following information about Internet use quite interesting. As a way to help young students get the most out of the internet world, and to make sure they are safe […]