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Lima is an exciting city, and as many of other cities with high population density, Lima suffers from many common ailments and one of the worst is the air pollution. Is it possible to live free of the air pollution in Lima? Maybe not, but you can try different things to minimize the effects of …


Buying your medicine or consulting one of the attendants or specialists from one of the best pharmacies in Lima, could be the difference between finding fast relief from your pain or sickness, or maybe getting worse. The best pharmacies in Lima usually carry a larger merchandise stock and you have a better chance to finding …


Having a website or websites with the medical resources like clinics and doctors while in Lima is very handy, but very few people know the website for the U.S. Embassy in Lima, Peru provides a list of clinics and doctors in Lima that can be a good starting point if you need to see a …


Do you have indigestion? Do you have diarrhea? Learn what medicines will help you fight these illnesses in Lima, Peru and continue enjoying your trip.


Lima, currently at 21% to 27%, has the highest prevalence of asthma in Latin America

Step by step list of emergency and ambulance phone numbers and clinics names to follow in case of an asthma attack.

The problem with the air pollution in Lima, Peru is omnipresent. From the time you exit the Jorge Chavez International Airport located in one of the busiest ports in South America known as El Callao, you will breath an air mixture considered 9 times worse that international standards for clean air.

Flights from Lima to Mexico and Mexico to Lima has been suspended since 00:00am today (April 30th, 2009) according to a provision of the Department of Transport and Communications.

Valuable information regarding how the Peruvian airport is preparing to receive more than 1000 passengers arriving every night from Mexico and the United States.