What Time is it in Cancun Mexico?

What Time is it in Cancun? Cancun is on Central Standard Time Zone. Daylight Saving Time is observed in Cancun, however the dates that we change our clocks are different from the dates that the clocks change in the United States and Canada. Most of the United States...

Scorpion Stings and Snake Bites

Scorpion (Alacrán) Stings Of the more than 1,000 species of scorpions worldwide, only 30 carry a toxin that may be fatal in humans. In the U.S., the rate is very low: one death from a scorpion sting occurs on average every two to three years. In Mexico, there are a...

Stings, Bites and Poisoning from Dangerous Marine Animals

Jellyfish Many of Mexico’s most beautiful beaches harbor the treacherous jellyfish. Twenty or more species are common in the waters around Mexico; most cause painful stings. Some are harmless but even a few rare species can be fatal. Jellyfish tentacles are...

Jet Lag and Motion Sickness

Jet Lag Your body is regulated by light/dark cycles that trigger the rhythmic release of hormones throughout the day. When you cross multiple time zones, you are exposed to light and darkness at uncommon times. As a result, your natural hormonal rhythms may be...

U.S.A Medicare in Mexico

Retirees, imagine what would happen if the U.S. government paid all of your medical bills- anywhere in the world you decided you wanted to go. Now, don’t forget to pinch yourself before you hit the snooze button. Unfortunately, Medicare stops at the border, so...
Month: April 2019