Want to alter your appearance? But think you can’t afford to? Guess what. You can as a #medical tourist. Continue reading “Plastic Surgery In Mexico Saves Americans Lots”
#Medical tourism is booming, notes CBS MarketWatch, the latest #media voice. Most noteworthy, almost 1.5 million Americans traveled abroad last year to save money on a #medical procedure.
The surge in medical tourism is hardly surprising. Due to the ridiculous cost of health care in the United States. Most of all, savings can range anywhere from 20% to 90%. Continue reading “Latest Mainstream Media on Medical Tourism to Mexico–CBS MarketWatch”
CTV Vancouver News is the latest #media to cover #medical tourism. To generate interest, they try a tactic the media often uses. They try to spook viewers and readers by mentioning risk.
They ask, should #Canadians take the plunge? Well, they answer, that depends. Continue reading “Vancouver Media Covers Mexico For Medical Tourists From Canada”
Blasting News is an independent e-zine. It consists of thousands social journalists. Called Blasters, those reporters told their global audience–102+ million people–about #medical tourism. Continue reading “More Media on Medical Tourism in Mexico: Well Worth a Try”
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”
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”
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”
Seniors Seeking a Doctor In Mexico Seek …
According to Gallup, nearly a third of Americans consider traveling abroad for medical procedures. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, thousands already do. They go for dental work, surgery on joints or face, and for a second opinion. Many are seniors seeking a doctor In Mexico. Continue reading “Seniors Seeking a Doctor In Mexico, Know This”
New York Times on Medical Tourism: Reporter’s Adventure
Even within her immediate circle of friends and family, a surprising number of people had traveled abroad to get fillings and crowns, whitening and implants. With good reason, it turns out. Because if the work needed is extensive enough, it is possible to save money even after accounting for the cost of travel. Continue reading “New York Times on Medical Tourism: Glowingly Upbeat Again”