1.4 million Americans traveled abroad for medical care in 2016: survey

According to Patients Beyond Borders, an estimated 1.4 million Americans traveled abroad in 2016 for.

‘Boom’ in medical tourism looms due to Trump policies

The U.S. Congressional Budget Office estimates that 15 million Americans will fall off the health.

Seeking affordable care, Baby Boomers are becoming ‘medical tourists’

The Baby Boom generation—the dominant market demographic in the U.S. since the 1950s—is now reaching.

Mexico legalizes medical marijuana

The legislation to legalize medical marijuana received a 347-7 vote in favor of approval. The ruling.

Mexico eliminates infectious disease which is leading cause of blindness

In a significant public health victory, Mexico has succeeded in eliminating a disease which is.

Mexico’s congress approves medical marijuana

Mexico’s Lower House of Congress passed a bill on Friday April 28 to legalize the.

New vaccine against zika will be tested in Yucatan

The pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur will conduct the tests. MERIDA — The pharmaceutical company that developed.

UNAM’s Yucatán scientists say red octopus’ saliva could cure Alzheimer’s

The red octopus’ saliva is a potential substance that would contain agents against Alzheimer’s disease, and its.

Mexican senate passes medical marijuana bill

Mexico’s Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill on Tuesday Dec. 13 that would allow for the.

State of Mexico University creates strategies to prevent obesity

UAEM INVESTIGATES STRATEGIES TO PREVENT AND TREAT OBESITY The study was presented at the First.

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Boris Johnson moved to intensive care

(April 5, 1010).- UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been taken to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened. Johnson had been…

Staying Home Could be the Perfect Opportunity to Foster a More Self-Sufficient Lifestyle

For many of us, self-isolation and social distancing heralds a seemingly endless stretch of days of being cloistered inside. Such…

UK to release ‘up to 4,000’ prisoners to avoid extra pressure on healthcare systems

The UK is set to temporarily release thousands of prisoners across the country in a bid to halt the spread…

Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic broke EU law by failing to accept refugees

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) says in its ruling that these countries had failed to accept their share…

CEMEX to shut Mexico operations until at least April 30

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican cement company Cemex will suspend its operations in the country until at least April 30…