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Reevaluating Medical Facilitators - by: Global Health and Travel,Global Health and Travel


Do medical facilitators add any value to the healthcare travel industry in an age of easy access to information and when hospitals are making international outreach efforts? PlacidWay makes a big diff...

The World’s Wellness Trends - by: Amanda L. Chan,The Huffington Post


"Wellness" is increasing as an area of importance for customers, according to a new report from McCann Truth Central, published by Huffington Post. The report gathered responses from 7,000 i...

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...

Study Suggests Acupuncture Could Relieve Cancer Patients - by: HuffPost Staff,HuffPost - Healthy Living


Acupuncture could help to relieve a common side effect of cancer treatment, according to a small new study. Research published in the Annals of Oncology shows that head and neck cancer survivors with ...

Toxins Linked to Belly Fat and Obesity - by: Michelle Schoffro Cook,Care2 - Make a difference


Are plastics thwarting your best weight loss efforts? A new study from Harvard School of Public Health and published in the journal Environmental Health found that commonly-found toxins in plastics...

Development of Medical Tourism in Poland - by: Adrian P. Lubowiecki-Vikuk Ph.D,International Medical Travel Journal


Medical tourism in the broad sense is one of three sectors – alongside health tourism and spa and wellness tourism. Medical tourism is also a part of national, international and domestic tour...

Medical Tourism in Greece - by: Stella Tsolakidou,The Greek Reporter


Medical tourism (also called medical travel, or health tourism) is not a new alternative therapeutic means. Patients have been on the move searching for medical care for thousands of years, while a...

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. ...

Tourism and Good health: Medical tourism - by: Dr. Peter Tarlow,e turbo news


Tourism and health has taken on two new meanings. Health tourism can be broken down into two components, people who travel to a particular spot for medical reasons, such as cancer centers or for sp...

Medical Tourism in Thailand Continues to Boom - by: AsiaOne Staff,AsiaOne News


More and more foreigners are seeking medical treatment in Thailand each year, with 2012 expecting to see 2.53 million foreign patients generating Bt121.6 billion (S$4.9 billion) in income.  ...
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