Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists

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Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists for nature and society.

Medical tourists head to Mexico to save big on quality care. One favorite destination for visitors and expats is Ajijic. It rests on Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest lake. The surrounding Sierra Madre mountains complete the postcard-perfect view. The setting and temperate climate have long attracted newcomers. Continue reading “Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists”

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New Big Business Copies Our Name & Logo

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The name, the stethoscope, both are catchy enough to copy.

You know the saying: Plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery. So I suppose we should feel honored. Seems like we’ve been doing something right. Because a big corporation is using our name and our logo idea. Do you think the copyright on our originality will hold up? Continue reading “New Big Business Copies Our Name & Logo”

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For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico’s Cutting Edge

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For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico’s Cutting Edge for people and planet.

Mexico rocks. If you have to find the best deal for medical attention. If you’re to be the next gringo medical tourist. Know this. Mexicans can be as inventive and entrepreneurial as anyone. And as caring about the health of people and planet. A team of youths created an oven that runs on water. They call themselves “Peiskos”–in Norwegian, “warmth by a fire”. They’re in Guadalajara in Jalisco, near our HQ. Continue reading “For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico’s Cutting Edge”

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Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times

Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times
Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times covers knee surgery in Mexico

An American hospital charges a lot. The US medical system in general does. To save money, 100,000s of Americans seek care outside the United States each year. Medical tourism has been around for decades but has become more popular. Continue reading “Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times”

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