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Physiotherapy Services in India

Location: Gurgaon
Pacific Coast
If you find a home physiotherapy service – Hometurph health care provides a physiotherapy services at your home in India at very affordable prices. All of our...
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nursing services
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Pop Wuj Clinic

Location: Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango
Xela + Western Highlands
the Pop Wuj Clinic operates for the urban poor. Staffed by a local doctor, the clinic has developed an incredible reputation in the city and every day a line forms...
General, Pediatric (kids), Dental / Oral, Gynecology (female), Midwife / Sex Education, Physical Therapy
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pras health

Location: jakarta
Guatemala City
Penyakit keputihan adalah salah satu masalah yang sering dialami oleh wanita, baik remaja, maupun yang sudah lanjut usia. Meski begitu, tidak banyak yang mengetahui...
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Medically Related News / Blogs from Guatemala

Funerals for the Victims of the Earthquake!

11/14/12
Blog: Mayan Families
Mayan Families was in this area for many days helping to set up Shelterboxes!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwpDXKFXlsU

Guatemala, hunt for Earthquake missing!

11/14/12
Blog: Mayan Families
Guatemala hunt for Earthquake missing. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-20256454

Rotary and Mayan Families!

11/14/12
Blog: Mayan Families
Thank you to the members of the Upper Arlington Rotary ..Columbus , Ohio who accompanied us yesterday to the area of the Department of San Marcos that was devastated by the recent earthquake. Thank you for your help installing the Shelterboxes!

Earthquakes strike Guatemala

11/14/12
Blog: Mayan Families
Hi everyone,Here are links to the first Earthquake that killed 52 people and damaged or destroyed thousands of homes!Yesterday I met the sister of the man who had his leg amputated ..he is in these photos. The story of this family is too horrible...I don't know how anyone can endure this much grief. The sister, who is approx. early 30's lost her mother, her 3 yr old...

Mayan Families Student Sponsorship 2013

11/2/12
Blog: Mayan Families
MAYAN FAMILIES STUDENT SPONSORSHIP 2013http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs175/1103559743325/archive/1111277644977.html     A few of our students in need of sponsorship!Cristian, #2461 Juana, #169  Elieser, #2434 Josue, #2512Sonia, #1907   Mayan Families Student Sponsorship: Simplified for 2013!   HELLO FROM...

General Medical Fund helps severly Ill Children

10/27/12
Blog: Mayan Families
If you are a parent you may know the terrible anxiety of having your child ill ......and worse ...in hospital.  But imagine if your child is ill, they are in hospital...and the hospital does not have the medicines you need..and you don't have the money to buy the medicines.  This was the awful situation for these  two mothers this week.  Thanks to...

Mayan Families Elderly program feeds 70 elderly people a week

10/27/12
Blog: Mayan Families
The Mayan Families Elderly program feeds 70 elderly people, Monday through Friday, 5 days a week.Once a month they have a medical evaluation to see how they are going .We have medicines donated that can help with the average pains and aches.We try to make sure that each of the Elderly people in our program  have their basic needs met....That they have a bed, a...

Gabby Lewis Memorial Library

10/24/12
Blog: Mayan Families
October-23-2012, we open the Gabby Lewis Memorial Library in Tierra Linda.It will be a bittersweet time for me.I have never met Becky, ( Gabby's Mom) or Shane,( Gabby's Dad) or little Tucker, ( Gabby's brother) but I feel like I know them.  They were sponsors before the terrible tragedy that took 8 year old Gabby's life a year ago now. Since then, like many...

It was a

10/16/12
Blog: Mayan Families
It was a great surprise to receive this wonderful box of teddy bears!!!Over 200 brand new cute little bears just waiting to be hugged as Christmas presents!Thank you so much for these bears ...we really appreciate them so much!

Mayan Families Holiday Tamale Food Basket 2012!

10/13/12
Blog: Mayan Families
Check out the Mayan Families Holiday Tamale Food Basket 2012 newsletterPlease read, post, Like and Share anywhere you can think of! Thank you, Feliz Navidad and Happy Holidays!

Grateful for help with Diabetics in Guatemala

10/12/12
Blog: Mayan Families
We are really grateful for any help for diabetics.  We have a monthly meeting of the Diabetic Club....it is not often enough but it is what we can do for the time being.    We have about 60 people who are diabetic come every month, they have their blood tested...yes, just once a month ...I know it is not enough..but we just do not have the funds....and...

300 year old murals in an old house!

10/12/12
Blog: Mayan Families
300 year old murals in an old house!http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/12/uk-guatemala-murals-idUSLNE89B00R20121012Sharon Smart-PoageMAYAN FAMILIESa registered 501.(c).(3) Non Profit Charitywww.mayanfamilies.org

Day of the Dead or All Saints Day

10/9/12
Blog: Mayan Families
On November 1st it is Day of the Dead or All Saints Day..as it is more usually referred to here in Guatemala.It is a very big day here in Guatemala. Shannon who is a member of Mayan Families Connection who volunteered here this year working on the Orphan Program has suggested that we should do baskets of food for the orphaned children for All Saints Day so...

Back at work in Guatemala!

10/9/12
Blog: Mayan Families
Hi everyone,Our offices re opened yesterday morning after a four day long week end celebrating the annual Patron Saint of Panajachel....St. Francis.The carnival is packing up its Ferris wheel and all the rides and booths.....there are still several drunks lying in the streets...and a mound of trash that the Muni workers were very quick to clean up.We have been...

At 3:30 A.M. yesterday morning

10/5/12
Blog: Mayan Families
3.30 a.m. our first pick up truck left to go to the city to take Dominga, the mother in her 40's who has cancer for her next chemotherapy....she is apparently doing very well and the doctor is hopeful that she will continue to do well. Also going along in the truck is Michael, our fabulous Carpentry School Volunteer Director and the Carpentry teacher, Reynaldo. They...
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