CNN Re Medical Tourism: Their Report, too, Totally Upbeat

CNN Re Medical Tourism:  their silly guy on a serious topic
CNN Re Medical Tourism: their Morgan Spurlock reports

CNN Re Medical Tourism reports that more Americans are going abroad to get well. They find care that’s cheaper, better, or more convenient than what they find at home. It’s a growing phenomenon called “medical tourism.” Most noteworthy is that in 2016, 1.4 million Americans left the country to seek care abroad. Continue reading “CNN Re Medical Tourism: Their Report, too, Totally Upbeat”

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Finding a Safe Dentist in Mexico, One Vetted by Americans

Finding a safe dentist is not guess work.
Finding a safe dentist while eliminating the guess work.

Finding a safe dentist in Mexico is the same as finding a safe one anywhere — do your homework. Ask people you trust for a recommendation. And if you have the chutzpah, visit their office and check the credentials on their wall.

Finding a Safe Dentist Beats Taking Chances

Because if you don’t vet wherever you are, you could put yourself in the wrong hands. Continue reading “Finding a Safe Dentist in Mexico, One Vetted by Americans”

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President’s Day in Mexico from an American’s POV

On Presidents Day in Mexico, let Trump endorse development
On Presidents Day in Mexico, let Trump endorse development.

Presidents Day in Mexico After the Trumph

Presidents Day in Mexico for Americans there is not just another day in paradise. This holiday (in 2017 it’s February 20) we recall the virtues of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, etc. And we wonder, will the current officeholder join that pantheon? Continue reading “President’s Day in Mexico from an American’s POV”

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Public Health Pros Endorse Saving on Reputable Caregivers Abroad

Public Health Pros recommend medication vacations to others
Public Health Pros upbeat about healing on holiday

Public health professionals created Outbreak News Today. Their website focuses on news and information pertaining to disease. Last week they reported on Medical Tourism. Continue reading “Public Health Pros Endorse Saving on Reputable Caregivers Abroad”

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Pill for Pets? Oral Contraceptive Now Tested on Dogs

Pill for Pets keeps their numbers down to manageable
Pill for Pets keeps cuties from going hungry.

Today is the anniversary of the first publication of the complete human genome. The draft appeared in the journal Nature in 2001 on February 15. By opening an infinity of new ways to heal ourselves, it was stupendously huge news for humans, but for dogs, not so much. Continue reading “Pill for Pets? Oral Contraceptive Now Tested on Dogs”

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Valentine’s Day Makeover: How to Spend Your Mexican Vacation

Valentine's Day Makeover starts with a smile
Valentine’s Day Makeover can rejuvenate one only so much!
Valentine's Day Makeover has a symbol of love.
This token is cute while a makeover can be spectacular.

Valentine’s Day Makeover: Such a Vacation!

Valentine’s Day Makeover: Why not? You could give a special someone a surprise — your husband, wife, a close friend. Most noteworthy, you’d give the whole world a new you. That could mean celebrating Valentine’s Day several times a year! Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Makeover: How to Spend Your Mexican Vacation”

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Medical Tourism: Why Mexico Ranks in Top 8 for Investment?

Medical Tourism means healing on holiday.
Medical Tourism means visiting a clinic in tropical Mexico.

Medical Tourism Tripling Its Size in Six Years

In recent years, people residing in developed economies have been traveling to lesser developed countries for cost-efficient medical assistance.

In 2012, medical tourists spent $10.5 billion. From 2013 to 2019, medical tourism worldwide is expected to rise almost 18%, reaching a value of $32.5 billion. That’s over three times the 2012 size. Continue reading “Medical Tourism: Why Mexico Ranks in Top 8 for Investment?”

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Mexican Movie — by Local Filmmakers and by American Producers

Mexican Movie. Frida, starring Salma Hayek
Mexican Movie and famous face: Salma Hayek as Frida

Mexican Movie Stars in the Walk of Fame

Today, February 8, in 1960, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce placed the first eight stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame. It begins in the sidewalk at Hollywood Blvd. and Vine St. Among the big name stars are Mickey Mouse (1978), Mexican actor Eugenio Derbez (2016), and Selena (2017). Continue reading “Mexican Movie — by Local Filmmakers and by American Producers”

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Super Bowl Tourism — Football & Healing on Holiday

Super Bowl Tourism is fun in a fun place.
Super Bowl Tourism does not miss a play or display.

Super Bowl Tourism — Viewing Flesh, Feeling Envious

Yesterday’s Super Bowl, February 5, was the best ever, albeit not the one most relevant to medical tourism. That would be Super Bowl XXXVIII, 2004. Even non-fans remember Justin Timberlake exposing the breast of Janet Jackson for a half second. The singers called it, euphemistically, a “wardrobe malfunction”. Continue reading “Super Bowl Tourism — Football & Healing on Holiday”

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Mid Winter Anniversary of Mexican American Relations

Mid winter anniversary of the Treaty of Guadalupe
Mid winter anniversary of the first US Mexican boundary marker

Yesterday, Feb 2, was interesting for three reasons.

Mid Winter Anniversary of Groundhog Predictions

First, Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania saw his shadow. Now you have six more weeks of winter. What better place to spend that than down here in Mexico, healing on holiday? Continue reading “Mid Winter Anniversary of Mexican American Relations”

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