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  • How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds
    How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds

    How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds

    Mexico bought catastrophe bonds to insure against disasters but they often failed to deliver, in part due to data from a storm chaser. Mexico has suffered a barrage of storms and quakes that don’t meet the technical parameters required for a payout.
    Jeremy Blackman
  • The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'
    The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'

    The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'

    This year alone, the Salvadoran government expects to receive 30,000 deportees from the U.S. and Mexico. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of them will not be violent criminals. These English teachers are working for a brighter future.
    Jessica Weiss
  • Empresario regala iPhone 7 a cambio de videos donde se evidencia corrupción de funcionarios en México
    Empresario regala iPhone 7 a cambio de videos donde se evidencia corrupción de funcionarios en México

    Empresario regala iPhone 7 a cambio de videos donde se evidencia corrupción de funcionarios en México

    El empresario Carlos Mimenza Novelo, promotor de la iniciativa, asegura que surge debido a que "la propia policía judicial y los funcionarios de gobierno comenzaron a extorsionar y lastimar a la población civil".
  • La Rosa de Guadalupe – 'Estallido de amor'
    La Rosa de Guadalupe – 'Estallido de amor'

    La Rosa de Guadalupe – 'Estallido de amor'

    Una joven se enamora de un chico de otra clase social, el chico le pide que sea su novia y ella acepta. La chica compra un celular robado y le estalla en la mano. La joven pierde sus dedos y su novio termina con ella.
  • Editar video desde el celular ahora es mucho más fácil con estas aplicaciones
    Editar video desde el celular ahora es mucho más fácil con estas aplicaciones

    Editar video desde el celular ahora es mucho más fácil con estas aplicaciones

    Se trata de Videorama, una app que está disponible para iOS y que te permite editar tus videos de una manera muy fácil. Solo basta con seleccionar las fotos y los clips alojados en tu iPhone, para que esta app genere una nueva película. Si quieres darle un toque más personalizado puedes utilizar las demás herramientas que trae esta app para editar clip por clip. Si tienes Android, puedes buscar la aplicación Viva Video.
  • ¿Por qué es importante que los usuarios de iPhone hagan la actualización al iOS 10.3?
    ¿Por qué es importante que los usuarios de iPhone hagan la actualización al iOS 10.3?

    ¿Por qué es importante que los usuarios de iPhone hagan la actualización al iOS 10.3?

    Nuestro experto Juan Guevara dice que lo importante es que modifica el disco duro interno para que los dispositivos sean mucho más seguros. Además, los hace más rápidos para mejorar la experiencia de las personas.
  • A road trip through the 'three Floridas' that could decide the election
    A road trip through the 'three Floridas' that could decide the election

    A road trip through the 'three Floridas' that could decide the election

    Two Univision News reporters hit the road to explore how Floridians feel about the upcoming election.
    Federica Narancio Genesi
  • Conoce la importancia del caso iPhone vs FBI
    Conoce la importancia del caso iPhone vs FBI

    Conoce la importancia del caso iPhone vs FBI

    El FBI busca que Apple desactive la seguridad del iPhone propiedad de un sospechoso de terrorismo.
  • Las frases célebres de mamá: Marjorie de Sousa y Victoria Ruffo así las recuerdan
    Las frases célebres de mamá: Marjorie de Sousa y Victoria Ruffo así las recuerdan

    Las frases célebres de mamá: Marjorie de Sousa y Victoria Ruffo así las recuerdan

    Jacqueline Bracamontes, Marjorie de Sousa, Victoria Ruffo, Maggie Jiménez y la 'Barbie' Juárez recordaron 'entre amigas', esas frases célebres que les decían sus mamás y que las acompañarán toda su vida.
  • Poison Control: Five Things You Didn’t Know
    Poison Control: Five Things You Didn’t Know

    Poison Control: Five Things You Didn’t Know

    It’s ironic that a character meant to tell children to stay away from toxic chemicals has actually become something of a beloved figure. When my mother began working for the Poison Control center in Pittsburgh, my own daughter, 13, begged for Mr. Yuk stickers more intently than she did for an iPhone. Still, the poison control center is far more than Mr. Yuk, but is instead an incredible system which saves lives and money. Here just five things you may not about your local Poison Center. They’re Everywhere There are 57 poison centers across the United States, all accessible from a single toll-free phone number (1-800-222-1222). Because they are located in every state, the person on the other end of the line can not only provide you with information about poisoning but also where to go to get medical help if you don’t know. They Save Time and Money If a four-year-old were to drink an entire bottle of flavored Ibuprofen, any parent would want to take a trip to the ER to ensure their child is safe. However, a quick call to the Poison Center can save you that time and expense. They will be able to tell you if the amount consumed poses a threat to your child. Also it’s estimated that every dollar spent on Poison Centers saves nearly $14 in unnecessary health costs. They Aren’t Just For Us In a lot of cases, doctors and nurses in hospitals across the nation rely on the experts staffing the phones at the poison center to determine the best way to treat patients who’ve been exposed to toxic substances. They Save Lives While the majority of the 3.6 million calls to Poison Centers each year don’t result in visits to the ER or the doctor, some of the do. Nearly half a million people went to the ER after calling the poison center because their lives were in danger. More than 40,000 people die each year from unintended poisoning, but that number would be higher without Poison Centers. They Are In Danger of Vanishing With the national belt-tightening happening in America, Poison Center-funding dropped “from $30 million in fiscal year 2010 to less than $19 million in 2014,” according to the Bangor Daily News. While they also accept private contracts, from hospitals to companies like Bayer who have an exclusive number for their customers, this is not enough for the already stretched-thin poison centers to keep up their high level of service. The Poison Control hotline can be parents’ best friend in a crisis. If you’ve had an experience with the Poison Center, let us know in the comments below! Source for Poison Control statistics: American Association of Poison Control Centers
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