Thursday, October 25, 2007

Chihuahua - Wikipedia, wants to know about CTS

Helge: Visitor statistics and the Live Traffic Map evoke my curiosity. Chihuahua played a pivotal role in the Mexican Revolution and was a battleground between revolutionary forces led by Pancho Villa and federal forces. The agriculture and high-tech industries might be an explanation why we have a search result for CTS and Mediracer Point of Care Instruments. Is this caused by occupational health problems?

  • Agriculture, live-stock and the butchers having CTS
  • Electronics assembly and female employees with CTS
  • Garment manufacturing and female employees with CTS
Chihuahua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Chihuahua is the largest state in Mexico, with a mainland area of 244,938 square kilometers (94,571.1 sq mi), slightly bigger than the United Kingdom, is in the northwest surrounded by the Mexican states of Sonora, Sinaloa, Durango and Coahuila and the U.S. states of Texas and New Mexico.

Although Chihuahua is primarily identified with its namesake, the Chihuahuan Desert, it has more forests than any other Mexican state. On the slope of the Sierra Madre Occidental mountains (around the regions of Casas Grandes, Cuauhtémoc and Parral), there are vast prairies of short yellow grass, the source of the bulk of the state's agricultural production.
  • Take a look at photos from the area
As of 2005, there were 3.2 million inhabitants of the state. The largest city is the U.S.-border city of Ciudad Juárez, which has 1,301,452 residents (2005 census). The capital, Chihuahua, has 748,518 inhabitants. The state also has a large service sector: tourism, banking and high-tech enterprises. One of the most notable features of Chihuahua is the Barranca del Cobre, or Copper Canyon, a spectacular canyon system larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon."

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