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  • November 3, 2011
    Blend affordable healthcare with your holiday in Thailand

    Gone are the days when visitors to Thailand came back with silk fabrics, wooden and jade Buddha statues, intricate Asian antique pieces, and tiny trinkets purchased from the earthy markets of this Southeast Asian country. These days they are coming back with firmer derrieres, flatter bellies, and wrinkle-free and beaming faces, thanks to the rising […]

  • September 26, 2011
    Why millions of Americans travel overseas for surgeries?

    By our guest writer – Deepika Garg While the healthcare system in the US is robust, not all Americans can afford to undergo medical treatments in their very own country. The rising cost of medical facilities and services coupled with the ever increasing unemployment rate has put many people in a fix. Those who require […]

  • June 2, 2011
    Know the travel-related diseases and be safe

    With Russia and more nations banning imports from some European countries like Germany because of the e-coli scare across Europe, and Dengue fever spreading in different countries like India, Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Puerto Rico, it’s always best to know what you’re in for before traveling to that exotic destination you’ve always wanted to […]

  • June 10, 2009
    Mexico City offers free healthcare

    In the aftermath of the A/H1NI flu virus outbreak, which has claimed the lives of 106 people in the country and devastated tourism,┬áhotel occupation is at just 27 per cent compared with more than 50 per cent during the same week last year. During the worst point of the outbreak, which has since spread throughout […]

  • June 4, 2009
    Medical Travel – ‘Patients Beyond Borders’

    Last year more than 180,000 Americans packed their bags and headed overseas for nearly every imaginable type of medical treatment: tummy tucks in Brazil, heart valve replacements in Thailand, hip resurfacing surgeries in India, addiction recovery in Antigua, fertility diagnosis and treatments in South Africa, or restorative dentistry in Mexico. Currently, at least 28 countries […]

  • February 25, 2009
    The ultimate packing list

    Packing your bags for that exotic trip is not an easy task. Especially, when you have to remember all the essentials and things-not-to-carry. Apart from these, there are financial things and chores to remember before you leave your home. So to make your life simpler, here’s a list of some things one should remember to […]

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