Man who Paid for Oral Sex is Jailed (El Mexicano, 1/21/13 by Jorge Armando Perzabal)

SAN QUINTÍN, BC - While receiving oral sex in his vehicle's interior, Municipal police officers arrested a man in zona Tolerancia Conocida, known as Colonia 5 Mil.

The facts were recorded last Saturday at about the 00:05 hours, when agents were patrolling Calle Genaro Valladolid and observed a rare activity inside the vehicle.

On closer observation agents further verified that the man had his pants down and a woman was doing oral sex in the rear of the vehicle, so they proceeded to detain him.

The man at the time of questioning, denied all the facts, but the agents had observed the improper act, by which they proceeded to arrest him and move him to the municipal jail. The woman was released and the subject was interned in the preventive cells, until his fine was covered and this subject could regain his freedom after being locked up several hours.

Children’s Oral Health affected during Mother’s Pregnancy (El Mexicano, 1/21/13 by Lucía Gomez Sanchez)

TIJUANA, BC – Poor behavior by a mother during her pregnancy such as ingesting harmful drugs or a poor diet tends to result in the formation of teeth problems and later in the oral health of their children as early as the pre-school age, according to Miriam Gómez Rodríguez who is responsible for Health Jurisdiction #2 Oral Health Program.

Previously Marina Bolaños Cacho preschool was certified as the sixth school free of caries in Baja California by having completed preventive and curative actions in its school population of 149 children. Gomez Rodriguez insisted that bottles, sugars, and a poor diet also influence dental problems, but truly decisive is the self-care of mothers during pregnancy.

There is a high rate of children with caries amounting to 60% of the student population, she noted, and that is why it is important that efforts are not only focused on curing but also prevention. She commented that 1,800 children have been treated at six schools and certified free of caries in the entity where they have been taught to perform their own oral hygiene techniques for brushing and fluoride application through mobile units equipped as dental offices and teams of professionals who visit them on school days.

The program intends on reaching 10 schools per year, she said, including some special education schools and have specialists speak with those minors who require more specialized care.


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