Happy Equinox and Merry Spring. In the old days, that’s when the new year began. As always, the time of rebirth is ideal for healing.
Tourists have been using #cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to pay for flights, hotel reservations, transportation, and more. #Medical tourists, too, have begun using cryptocurrencies. Continue reading “Cryptocurrency–a Boon for Medical Tourists to Mexico, Saving Money?”
Medical Tourists Need Mexico’s Afforability
Americans still have to go abroad to get #affordable health care. Regular teeth cleaning, for example, compared to US prices can be 1/10th the cost in #Mexico. For American families, traveling to Mexico for #medical care simply makes more sense. Continue reading “Medical Tourists Need Mexico to Save and Play”
The magazine Scientific American reports on progress in fighting #tooth decay: Teeth Regenerate From #Stem Cells, a New Way for #Mexico to service you. When researchers at last have the new technique ready for you, will the US FDA permit it? Will US prices have progressed lower? If “no” to either, will you visit Mexico? Continue reading “Teeth Regenerate From Stem Cells, a New Way for Mexico”
In 2016, over 11 million Americans visited other countries for #affordable healthcare. Visa and Oxford Economics figured medical tourism will grow up to 25% every year for the next decade. Therefore, competition between countries for health tourists grows fiercer. Continue reading “In Top 10 Destinations For Medical Tourism–Mexico”
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”
The number of people worldwide who want to change how they chew is growing phenomenally. And there is one thing most want to change. And that is how they #bite. Continue reading “New Restorative Dentistry Due to Medical Tourists to Mexico & Elsewhere”
In ancient times, #Angamuco had as many buildings as Manhattan. The #Purépecha people, rivals to the Aztecs, built the city. More than 100,000 people lived there when it was at its peak. That was between 1000 AD and 1350 AD.
#Archaeologists found the 26-square-kilometer site in 2007. For centuries before then, this massive city existed in the heartland of #Mexico without academics knowing it. However, the #indigenous groups may not have forgotten the “lost city”. Continue reading “Mexico’s Ancient City–Hi-Tech LIDAR Finds 40k Buildings for 100k Citizens”
Americans who vacation in #Mexico meet many #Mexicans who speak English. Because many Mexicans spend time working in the US. Due to working and #vacationing, neighbors get to know each other. And enjoy each other’s culture. Furthermore financially, gringos get to save on #medical and #dental care. Meanwhile, Mexicans get to save their wages. Continue reading “Record Remittances & Medical Tourism Draw Mexican-US Economies Closer”
Are you going to #Mexico to save money on #dental or #medical work? If so, then probably you won’t be staying in a five-star resort. However, it’s good to know that a top-flight hotel is in the neighborhood. Because you can count on local government to match it with top-flight infrastructure. Everybody will be able to use the smooth roads and fast wi-fi. So, welcome a grade-A hotel to the Lake Chapala riviera. Continue reading “Medical Tourists–Welcome Mexico’s 1st Radisson Blu Spa”