March 29, 2021

According to one media outlet, the child migrant surge at the US-MX border will last for 7+ months. However, with climate change escalating the intensities of Mother Nature, who’s to say that it will ever stop? Clearly, countries must do more than just react to the devastating aftermaths of these killer events. At least, nearly half of US states are ensuring their residents are fully prepared to face another killer event; One congressman cities history to explain why the US. is the first place Latin American migrants flee towards; Does coffee really stunt children’s growth?; Could there be a future for the blind that doesn’t involve white canes and seeing-eye dogs?; and Discover Latin America’s newest, and longest, hiking trail. Go beyond the headlines…

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At 110 kilometers (about 68 miles), Baja California hiking trail will be the longest in Latin America

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