Plant In Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer: Tested in Mexican Lab

Plant in Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer  also justifies saving jungles.
Plant in Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer shows lots of promise.

Using chan, or pignut, to battle cancer originated among the people of Copainala Chiapas in Mexico. Its reputation for winning that battle has reached the ears of researchers at the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). The researchers have found a component in the plant that, in the laboratory at least, eliminated cancerous breast tissue. Continue reading “Plant In Chiapas Vs Breast Cancer: Tested in Mexican Lab”

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New Documentary Shows Emigration North to South: Joyous!

New Documentary Shows Emigration is the way to go.
New Documentary Shows Emigration to be a blast.

Mexican filmmakers have documented the merry lives of Americans in Ajijic Jalisco. The Mexican Dream shows why some Americans seek happiness in Mexico. And find it on the Lake Chapala riviera. Continue reading “New Documentary Shows Emigration North to South: Joyous!”

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Digital Journal: Mexico Dentists Cost Less, Deliver More

Digital Journal: Mexico Dentists make it fun.
Digital Journal: Mexico Dentists bring big smiles to clients.

Digital Journal: Mexico Dentists = Best Bargain

The major online magazine, Digital Journal, reports on dental tourism. They say the cost of dental work in Mexico is low enough to save Americans thousands of dollars. A root canal typically costs about $1,250 in the US. It can be 75% cheaper in Mexico. Savings are compounded if you need multiple procedures. The quality of care is at least as good as the care from a dentist in the States. Continue reading “Digital Journal: Mexico Dentists Cost Less, Deliver More”

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US Pets Meet Mexican Vets As Furry Medical Tourists

US Pets Meet Mexican Vets and heal on holiday.
US Pets Meet Mexican Vets to be medical tourists.

Pet-owners have figured out how to lower vet bills — include their pets in medical tourism. Continue reading “US Pets Meet Mexican Vets As Furry Medical Tourists”

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Condé Nast On Medical Tourism: Bask In Luxury, Heal On Holiday

Condé Nast on Medical Tourism: CN missed this happy vacationer having healed enjoying pool by Lake Chapala.
Condé Nast on Medical Tourism: CN could’ve caught this happy vacationer having healed enjoying a pool by Lake Chapala.

Condé Nast On Medical Tourism: Plastic Surgery in Luxury

The old, upscale publisher, Condé Nast, reports on medical tourism.

Today’s medical travelers seek not just affordable care but also a luxury vacation. The 14 million patient-tourists spend somewhere between $45.5 and $72 billion. That figure should grow by up to 25% a year over the next ten years. Continue reading “Condé Nast On Medical Tourism: Bask In Luxury, Heal On Holiday”

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Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico: Influx of Pleased Patients Grows

Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico return satisfied.
Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico get a great deal.

Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico Save Bundles

During this year, about 56,000 dental-medical tourists to Mexico will purchase treatments. They come mainly from America and Canada, but also from Central and South America. Depending on where one is from, a visiting patient can save up to 90% in dental procedures performed in Mexico. Compare that to the costs in one’s home nation. Continue reading “Dental-Medical Tourists to Mexico: Influx of Pleased Patients Grows”

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Another NewsFeed, Buzz, Touts Dental Tourism to Mexico

Another NewsFeed--Buzz--on board medical tourism.
Another NewsFeed–Buzz–joins the chorus touting Mexico.

Another NewsFeed, Buzz: Cost Defeats Prez

Many “dental refugees” to Mexico voted for Trump. Ironically, his rude remarks have not deterred his followers from crossing the border. To just one town — Los Algodones — during the winter months about 6,000 dental refugees a day go enjoy Mexican dental care. Continue reading “Another NewsFeed, Buzz, Touts Dental Tourism to Mexico”

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Restaurants for Medical Tourists in Ajijic: How is Dining Out While Healing on Holiday?

Restaurants for Medical Tourists  sprout all over Ajijic.
Restaurants for Medical Tourists abound on the Chapala riviera.

#Ajijic on #Lake Chapala is a big reason #Mexico is the Best Place In The World To Retire. It’s also our home territory for #medical tourism. And a gourmet’s paradise. Continue reading “Restaurants for Medical Tourists in Ajijic: How is Dining Out While Healing on Holiday?”

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Are Expats Good Americans, Living Outside the US?

Are Expats Good Americans?
Are Expats Good Americans? Maybe better, holding up the national image.

American expats who hold American values are just as American as anyone living in the US. And they’re more American than those who live in the US but do not respect universal rights. Continue reading “Are Expats Good Americans, Living Outside the US?”

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Bariatric Surgery in Mexico Draws More Obese North Americans

Bariatric Surgery in Mexico works well.
Bariatric Surgery in Mexico is a very safe bet.

Bariatric Surgery in Mexico Has Two Drivers

Two trends converge: obesity and medical tourism.

First, in 2014, 600 million adult Earthlings were obese. Given their lifestyle, middle-aged executives and professionals were more obese than other workers. Continue reading “Bariatric Surgery in Mexico Draws More Obese North Americans”

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