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Summer School Students Help Scientists Advance Stem Cell Research - by: Stephanie O'Neill,Southern California Public Radio


For many Southern California high school students, summer is synonymous with surf, sand and sun. But, for some of Los Angeles' top math and science students, the lure of the beach and tradition...

Tunisia Ranked Second Internationally in Therapeutic Tourism - by: Ozgur Tore,Travel NEws Gazette


The country's relative head start in therapeutic tourism, which was initiated in 1994, and the presence of numerous high-quality medical resorts are believed to be factors that account for the recent ...

Korea embraces medical tourism - by: Yousoon Moon,CNN Go


Here's a look at Korean medical tourism, according to the Joong-Ang Daily.  US$10,000: How much medical tourist Ng paid for a two-week-long "surgery vacation" to Seoul, including airfare, accomm...

Botox and Dysport Face Off on Crow's Feet - by: Mikaela Conley,ABC News


The wrinkle results are in and might surprise some people. The anti-wrinkle injection Dysport proved better at reducing crow's feet than its older, more popular competition, Botox....

Botox May Deaden Perception, Study says - by: Sharon Jayson,USA Today


Botox may smooth your wrinkles, but it can dull your ability to understand the emotions of others, a new study suggests....

Tourists flock in for medical care - by: ,JoongAng Daily


Korea is becoming a popular medical tourism destination for foreigners after a law allowing Korean hospitals to market services to foreigners took effect last May....

Medical Tourism Appeals to 60 Percent of Americans. Are You One of Them? - by: Johannah Cornblatt,NewsWeek


This February, a 26-year-old Californian woman and her mother boarded a Continental flight for Costa Rica. When they arrived at the Sán Jose International Airport, a driver in a white van picke...

Medical tourism the next big thing? - by: Kim Eun-ha,JoongAng Daily


With advanced and safe dermatology laser treatments, you will become more beautiful while spending less money than you pay for the same treatment in Japan....

Ayurveda growing rapidly in Europe, USA - by: ,moneycontrol.com


Indian 'tulsi', 'gulab', honey, 'zaffran' and 'rajnigandha' are finding a place in the clinics of cosmetic surgeons at Harley Street, the heart of western medicine in Britain. In Australia, EU, New Ze...

Stressed Britons opt for 'well-being' breaks - by: Martin Hickman,The Independant


From yoga retreats in Thailand to seaweed wraps in Torquay, Britons are alleviating the stress of the 21st century by going on "well-being" holidays to bolster body and mind....
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