With obesity levels rivaling those seen in the United States, Mexico has launched a rigorous campaign to combat the epidemic.
Heart disease, diabetes, accidents, cancer and vascular disease were the five principal fatal diseases.
Two more people presenting similar symptoms were in intensive case in Culiacán.
The National Center for the Prevention and Control of HIV, the Chronic and Degenerative Diseases clinic and Centro Nueuva Vida will be affected.
A team of researchers have uncovered a new genetic clue that contributes to an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes for Mexicans..
Six kidney transplants have been performed at Sharp Hospital in Mazatlán since 1997.
3,040 new cases of diabetes have been diagnosed in municipalities in southern Sinaloa so far this year.
In one week, 109 new cases were reported increasing the total to date from 851 to 960.
México’s strategy for fighting obesity and diabetes will include the imposition of new product labels and nutritional seals, as well as restrictions on junk food advertising.
The reports concluded by noting that 99.8% of Mexican households purchase at least one soda per year.
As of October 7th Sinaloa has seen 502 cases of dengue.
Even Mexican health authorities have been unable to track down the company.
Work is underway to reduce strokes among Mexican Americans, one of the largest and fastest growing segments of the U.S. population.
Mexico knocks off the United States in the United Nations’ obesity rankings with health experts blaming an abandonment of a traditional diet for the epidemic.
In the municipality of Mazatlán, there are more than 100,000 diabetes patients and each day new cases are detected.