June 7, 2022
illustrations of Marie Boivin the first gynecologist

Marie Boivin: the first gynecologist to document the art of obstetrics

She invented a pelvimeter, a vaginal speculum, narrated the first surgical removal of a cancerous cervix, and wrote books that were translated into several languages.
June 3, 2022
Scientific illustration

Scientific illustration has survived technology, but why is it still important?

Five centuries ago, scientific illustrators were a necessary component of the exploration campaigns to the Spanish and English colonies.
June 1, 2022
photo of monarch butterflies

Why did the population of monarch butterflies go up in Mexico?

We tell you which factors led to the repopulation of this species.
May 23, 2022

The Sea Witch who rescues sea lions from death

The sea lions get trapped in fishing nets abandoned at sea. This citizen initiative helps free them.
May 17, 2022
photo of primary caregivers

“I don’t recognize my own mother”: the story of primary caregivers

Living with someone who has a neurodegenerative condition is a challenge to the physical and mental health of carers. These stories help us understand this.
May 9, 2022

Daira’s story: Rokitansky syndrome and what it’s like to be born without a vagina

She went viral on TikTok after talking about how she discovered her condition. In an interview with Tec Review, Daira and her doctors explain the details and challenges.
May 4, 2022
photo of Bladder wrack

Bladder wrack: what it is and why Mexico can’t remove it from its beaches

We tell you more about the seaweed that has become a nightmare for the tourism sector in the Mexican Caribbean.
May 2, 2022
photo of latest specimens of the Vaquita Porpoise

“Operation Miracle,” which found the latest specimens of the Vaquita Porpoise

Pritam Singh, vice president of international organization Sea Shepherd, says the vaquita is a magical species that is part of Mexican heritage.
April 8, 2022
illustration of sars-cov-2

How likely is a fifth wave of Covid-19 infections?

Specialists from Arizona State University (ASU) tell us about the strategy we’ll follow against the virus.
April 6, 2022
illustration of a magnifier

What is HPV? Myths, symptoms, and how to protect yourself

If you’ve been diagnosed with human papillomavirus, you don’t have a disease. Biochemist Lexy Alaniz debunks some myths about this infection.
April 1, 2022
ilustration of BA.2 variant

What we know about the BA.2 variant

According to the WHO, the number of reported cases of this variant has increased since the end of February 2022.
March 28, 2022
couple sleepong together

Why do we snore? It can be dangerous to our health

Snoring isn’t normal, it’s as serious as smoking and it’s linked to high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, and when persistent, some types of cancer.