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A large number of international hospitals offering medical tourism will introduce their full range of world-class healthcare services at the upcoming MedHealth and Wellness 2009 exhibition, which will...

According to the survey, the number of prospective German customers for health, spa and beauty treatments is projected to increase from 10.2 million in 2007 to 18.6 million in 2020....

The word spa no longer sticks to its conventional definition of patrons being given a few massages and the odd facial. Now it even offers acupuncture and yoga classes....

We have the professional expertise, modern hospitals that continue to upgrade their facilities, compassionate medical staff and it will cost the clients of medical insurers and company officers and pe...

Before getting two artificial disks to ease the grinding pain in his back, Wayne King asked prospective surgeons where they trained and how many disk replacements they had done....

Patients keen to combine their heart operation with a dream holiday abroad will be courted this weekend at a new health tourism exhibition. ...

When the pain in Karen Stocking's right knee worsened several years ago to the point that it became difficult for her to walk, she decided to consult with an orthopedic surgeon for treatment options. ...

Medical tourism is booming as governments battle to provide services.  A vision of moonlight on the Taj Mahal is probably the last thing on the mind of anyone considering dental work, yet it is a...

MORE than 70,000 Brits will have medical treatment ABROAD this year. “Health tourists” will book online and fly to India, Malaysia and Europe to avoid superbugs and waiting lists here.  Treatmen...

When David Woodman announced he was going to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, for major dental work, his son Josef thought his dad had lost his mind. He had visions of untrained dentists burrowing into his fa...

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