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Chelation-Therapy, Alternative-Medicine medical news in Ernakulam, India

Medical Tourism in Asia is Growing Strong - by: Invitation,Bangkok Post


Medical tourism is growing strong in Asia as everywhere else in the world. India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand are the Asian countries that are now picking-up the pace. Within the est...

Tourism Needs A Boost As Season Is About To Begin - by: R. Sairam,thehindu


The southern districts are also rich in religious and leisure tourism assets with tourist destinations classified as religious, leisure, adventure, eco, rural and medical tourism centres. ...

India's Health Services In Urgent Need of Treatment - by: Tanushree Sharma Sandhu,dw.de


India spends only 0.9% of GDP on public health, merely one-third of the less developed countries’ average, says a WHO report. This has encouraged private health care, which is largely inacces...

What are the 5 Main Types of Complementary / Alternative Medicine? - by: Cathy Wong,About.com


One of the most helpful things the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) has done is to help people understand the many complementary and alternative treatments by classif...

Ayurveda attracts American students to Kerala - by: Juhan Samuel,Thaindian News


A group of 20 students from the Stony Brook State University of New York recently visited Kochi Ayurveda Hospital to gain knowledge in Ayurveda, the Indian holistic system of medicine, and its benefit...

Traditional medicine being exploited - by: ,BBC News


Unqualified doctors are exploiting the boom in traditional Indian massage treatments, say experts. Ayurvedic medicine has been practised in India for thousands of years. ...

Herbal boost for tourism sector - by: IANS,Gulf Times


Sri Lanka is trying to promote ayurveda in the hope that the soothing herbal therapies will attract travellers looking for relaxation and rejuvenation and boost its tourism industry, which has been af...

Ayurveda and Yoga Future of alternative medicine in India - by: Juliemeena Julie,Buzzle.com


A sizable group in the world: approximately 30 percent of adults today value health, the environment, social justice, personal development and sustainable living. They believe the interconnectedness o...
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