Packing List for Medical Tourists to Mexico

Packing List for Medical Tourists to Mexico: 10 + 1
Packing List for Medical Tourists to Mexico: 10 Basics.

#Medical tourism offers Americans a viable solution for unaffordable healthcare. Here’s a list of what to take while healing on holiday. Continue reading “Packing List for Medical Tourists to Mexico”

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Medical Tourists to Mexico, No Visa Needed, Even If Vacationing–Maybe

Medical Tourists to Mexico, No Visa Needed if sense prevails.
Medical Tourists to Mexico, No Visa Needed pretty soon probably

First of all, #Mexico has always been a leader in tourism worldwide. Because it has diverse features that attract visitors. Especially relevant, recent foreigners have come as part of Health Tourism. Continue reading “Medical Tourists to Mexico, No Visa Needed, Even If Vacationing–Maybe”

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Immigration vs Tourism: Making Money vs Spending Money

Immigration vs Tourism has tons of cars and pedestrians.
Immigration vs Tourism at the world’s busiest border crossing in Tijuana.

Immigration vs Tourism: Emotion vs Reason

Mexicans are better hosts, partly because North Americans going south for medical tourism — or merely tourism — bring dollars. OTOH, Mexican immigrants “take jobs”. Not jobs that Americans and Canadians clamor for. And immigrants generate jobs because they buy food, clothing, shelter, etc, too. Plus, they send money home, so their families can afford more American imports. Yet, while Mexican immigration makes tons of economic sense, it also upsets some gringos greatly. Continue reading “Immigration vs Tourism: Making Money vs Spending Money”

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Politicking on Foreign Soil Can Have Consequences

Politicking abroad has its risks.
Politicking on foreign soil, even gently, can disturb some in power.

While many American and Canadians go to Mexico for medical treatment, not all return. Some so fall in love with the place, they set up home. If they’d been politically active back north of the border, they may feel inclined to continue their civic engagement. Yet is that a good idea? Continue reading “Politicking on Foreign Soil Can Have Consequences”

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