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VICTORIA, Mahe - The Cuban Resident Ambassador to Seychelles, Mrs.
As more and more businesses globalize, increasing the size and scope of their international or multinational operations, demand fires up for more robust expatriate healthcare benefit options and incre
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Doctors and patients claim it's a miracle cure, and one not yet available in the United States. They say it can be used to treat multiple sclerosis, strokes and diabetes.
While researching tourism-related matters during a recent visit to the islands it was also confirmed by staff at the main Victoria hospital, that they indeed have a decompression chamber available on
The Middle East is one of the largest markets for medical tourism in the world. According to Dr.
The concept of health tourism is not new.
The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA) got a closer to being able to utilize the benefits of the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) - something they should have been able to do when the law w
Forget Africa's big game or unspoiled scenery. More and more foreign tourists are coming to South Africa for a little nip and tuck at the country's private hospitals, with safari on the side.
To many scientists, those promoting what is sometimes referred to as "stem cell tourism" are nothing more than the 21st century's version of the snake oil salesman.
Malaysia is among the world’s top five medical tourism destinations for medical tourists and foreign investors, reports online investment news source Nuwire Investors. Selected based on the quality and affordability of medical care and receptiveness to foreign investment, Malaysia came in third behind Panama and Brazil, and was followed by Costa Rica and India.
London - British patients were warned today to think twice before seeking treatment for their teeth in India, Hungary and other countries.This is because if anything goes wrong, as many British patients have apparently found, the overseas clinic which did the work almost invariably denies responsibility and it becomes prohibitively expensive to put matters right back in the UK.