When I came across this Huffington Post article yesterday about breast-feeding rates in Mexico dropping, in turn causing experts to refer to it as a "public health crisis," I had to pause for a minute and really think about this.
Was this really the proper use of the term crisis?
By LeAura Luciano
06/07/2013 - 15:42
High-flying elephants and spinning teacups usually take center stage when thinking of Walt Disney World Resort. But did you know that 9-pound lemons are grown at The Land pavilion at Epcot, or that safaris explore Africa-inspired savannas in the middle of Florida? It takes a second – or third – glance to come across countless undiscovered gems within the 40-square-mile Vacation Kingdom. Here are just a few of the unexpected:
Guests wanting to literally venture off the beaten path at Disney’s Animal Kingdom have the chance during a brand new, immersive, add-on experience, Wild Africa Trek, that takes a small group of adventurers on personalized, guided excursions that include a bushwalk through unexplored areas of the forest along with over-landing in customized vehicles across an animal-filled savanna. On these expert-led treks, extended time is spent observing and learning about the wildlife. The experience starts at $189 per person (price is subject to change). More information: Disneyworld.com/disneyafricatrek.
Good news, chicas! Some progress has been made in Mexico regarding the country's kidnapping crisis.
Yesterday, The Huffington Post reported that Mexican soldiers have rescued 165 people whom were kidnapped by a drug cartel and held for as long as three weeks in a home alongside the United States border.
Okay chicas, now you tell us if this is fair or not! A Whole Foods store in Albuquerque, New Mexico, suspended two of its employees last month for complaining about not being able to speak Spanish to each other while on the job.
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