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Medical Tourism News


International India Medical Tourism Congress to be held in Hyderabad
Financial Express
Society of Critical Care Emergency Medicine (SCCEM) will organise the third edition of International India Medical Tourism Congress (IIMTC) in Hyderabad, Telengana on September 3-4, 2016. Several domestic as well as international players from the ...

Mon, 27 Jun 2016 11:51:24 GMT

Stem Cell Therapy Advances Put Grand Bahama On Medical Tourism Map
Bahamas Tribune
#“I firmly believe that we have the ability to attract scientists and medical practitioners to live and establish research institutions, medical centres and health care facilities on Grand Bahama which will fuel the growth of our economy through ...

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Sat, 25 Jun 2016 16:24:43 GMT

Times of San Diego

Founder of 'Medical Tourism' Firm Accused of Defrauding Infertile Clients
Times of San Diego
The founder of a San Diego-based medical tourism company was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges that he stole more than $2 million from infertile clients who sought his help in finding surrogacy services, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced ...
San Diego Surrogacy Broker Indicted in Alleged $2M ScamPatch.com

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Thu, 23 Jun 2016 14:57:43 GMT

The Evolving World Of 'Money Is No Object' Medical Tourism
Forbes
Medical tourism is when people travel to other countries for healthcare services. Traditionally, those in countries with less capable medical care would go to higher-quality healthcare facilities in countries with more capable medical care. More ...

Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:48:00 GMT

Technology Zimbabwe

Here's how ICT can develop Medical Tourism in Zimbabwe
Technology Zimbabwe
Medical tourism highly depends on elaborate, informative and well-designed websites on which medical centers can showcase the services they offer. Realizing this, Germany set up an internet portal that provides an overview of the country's healthcare ...

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 14:01:40 GMT

MedCity News

Medical tourism startup VoyagerMed prepares to launch telehealth
MedCity News
Startup VoyagerMed is turning the notion of medical tourism on its head. Rather than finding lower-cost care for Americans overseas, the New York-based company is bringing people from around the world to doctors in the U.S.. And now, two-year-old ...

Thu, 16 Jun 2016 21:19:23 GMT

Medical Tourism Magazine

Brexit to Disrupt British Medical Tourism?
Medical Tourism Magazine
Yesterday, June 23, the people of Britain voted for British exit ( Brexit ). Britain will be the first country to leave the 28-member EU. After six years in power, David Cameron, British Prime Minister announced his resignation after the United Kingdom ...

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Fri, 24 Jun 2016 21:39:48 GMT

IIMTC 2016 aims to position India as global medical tourism destination
Financial Express
After two annual medical tourism conferences, Society of Critical Care Emergency Medicine (SCCEM) will be organising the third edition of International India Medical Tourism Congress (IIMTC 2016) in Hyderabad, Telengana on from September 3-4, 2016.

Thu, 23 Jun 2016 11:35:29 GMT

Dubai's medical tourism drive adds new string to its bow
The National
Dubai, as a “world-class destination" with “high-end tourists" he said, was perfect for such tourism, and earlier this year the emirate launched the world's first medical tourism portal where patients can book procedures online. In the first half of ...

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Fri, 17 Jun 2016 19:03:01 GMT

IMTJ

India introduces new rules for medical tourism visas
IMTJ
Applicants from nearly 150 countries eligible for e-tourist visas will be able to send online applications for medical visas with scanned copies of medical prescriptions from a government-accredited hospital of his/ her country. The applicant's ...

Tue, 21 Jun 2016 14:52:55 GMT

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fox8.com

Download: pushy parents beware, you could be harming your kids
fox8.com
A new study shows that there are some big effects on children who have pushy parents. And as might be assumed, they aren't good ones. The five-year study points out that children who have pushy parents, in other words, parents who push for things like ...
Effects Of Perfectionism: How Intrusive Parenting Is Harmful To ChildrenTech Times
Unnecessary pressure to perform in school may do more harm to your child than any goodPerfScience
Children with intrusive parents more likely to be self-critical, suffer depression and anxiety: StudyAsiaOne
Immortal News -UPI.com -NH Voice -BABW News
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azcentral.com

Day marks good opportunity to get tested for HIV
azcentral.com
Lorraine Brown (from left), Eric Wright (Lil Eazy E) and Felicia Starks pose at a recent HIV/AIDS breakfast. (Photo: Felicia Starks). Story Highlights. Several Valley organizations provide free HIV testing; Approximately 3,622 people are living in ...
Today is National HIV Testing Day – every day can beThe Hill (blog)
REALLY: Get TestedAIDS.gov blog (blog)
35 million dead in 35 years — and people are still dying from HIV/AIDSLos Angeles Times
Knoe.com -Valley News Live -WBOC TV 16 -WTHR
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Huffington Post

The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her
Huffington Post
Dr. Timothy Mastro A global health leader with extensive experience addressing the most urgent health challenges for the world's most vulnerable people. 2016-06-24-1466786373-8854700-_MG_6345.jpg. Adolescent girls and young women continue to be ...
AIDS Delaware urging testing on National HIV Testing DayWashington Post
Indiana residents encouraged to check HIV statuswlfi.com
Monday Is National HIV Testing Day & Here's Why You Should CareRefinery29
KAKE -Irish Times -CT Post -NBC Nebraska
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Medical Xpress

Essay: Alzheimer's Just Killed My Dad and The Chinese Shame is Finally Over
NBCNews.com
My dad died last Monday at 92 from complications due to Alzheimer's. And as I grieve over the loss — trying to shake the image of his lifeless body lying in the hallway where he collapsed — it occurs to me that my struggle with Chinese shame is ...
Alzheimer's genetics point to new research direction University of AdelaideEurekAlert (press release)
After 190 Tries, Are We Any Closer to a Cure for Alzheimer's?Bloomberg
A few tips from experts for interacting with Alzheimer's patientsValdostaToday.com
Sharonherald -Hudson Valley News Network -NH Voice -The Advocate
all 17 news articles »

Forbes

Marijuana-Based Drug Helps Kids With Rare Forms Of Epilepsy In Studies
Forbes
An oil derived from marijuana plants proved effective in a rare form of epilepsy that afflicts 30,000 Americans, its maker said this morning. GW Pharmaceuticals, a London-based company, is developing a drug called Epidiolex, a pharmaceutical-grade form ...
GW Pharma (GWPH) Announces Positive Top-Line Data from Epidiolex Phase 3StreetInsider.com
GW pharma shares flying high after stellar results for epilepsy drugTelegraph.co.uk
UPDATE 1-GW Pharma says cannabis-based epilepsy drug meets main goalReuters
Investor's Business Daily -CNBC (subscription) -TheStreet.com -Seeking Alpha
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WTSP.com

Local mosquito experts fight to prevent Zika during peak time for the insects
WTSP.com
To this day, no one has contracted the Zika virus from a mosquito here in the U.S., but that's not slowing down efforts to prevent it from happening. Garin Flowers, WTSP 7:23 AM. EST June 27, 2016. Leonard Burns, a surveillance manager with ...
An Interview with Joseph Conlon, Technical Advisor of the American Mosquito Control AssociationEntomology Today
Bloodsuckers prompt concern, actionGaston Gazette
On the front lines against Zika, Tampa Bay area mosquito experts are pressing hardTampabay.com
NJ.com -95.9 WATD-FM (blog) -NBC Montana -TAPinto.net
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Huffington Post

Zika virus: Arming parents for prevention
ModernMedicine
Over the past several months, we have received information from news reports, local and state departments of health, and from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the Zika virus, a mosquito-transmitted disease, and the devastating ...
Zika Virus Research at Biosecurity Research Institute Aims to Control, Fight MosquitoesNewswise (press release)
Abortion requests increasing throughout Latin America following Zika warningsHealio
Potential Zika Vaccine To Undergo Human TrialsHuffington Post
Waterbury Republican American -D Magazine -hays Post -Longview News-Journal
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BABW News

Major chocolate breakthrough shocks scientists
BABW News
What if you could reduce the fat contents in chocolate by 20 percent simply by using electricity? That's exactly what a team of scientists led by physicist Rongjia Tao of Temple University has done. And according to a report from NPR, researchers say ...
Chocoholics Unite! Scientists Create Low-Fat Chocolate By Electrifying ItChristian Post
With a zap, scientists create low-fat chocolateMinnesota Public Radio News
Electric Shocks Reduce Fats In Chocolate, Make Treat HealthierTech Times
NH Voice -Christian Science Monitor -Technical.ly -Digital Trends
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Fox News

Second Texas man at risk of losing leg to flesh-eating bacteria
Fox News
Less than a week after a Texas man was forced to have his leg amputated after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria, another resident is fighting for his life. Adrian Ruiz, of Buda, Texas, became infected after traveling to Port Aransas for Father's Day ...
Second In Two Weeks: Another Texas Man Infected With Flesh-Eating BacteriaTech Times
Second Man In Texas Confirmed To Have Contracted Flesh-Eating DiseaseScience World Report
Second Texas man could lose leg to flesh-eating bacteriaDallas Morning News
WBAP News/Talk -Maine News Online -Chron.com -9NEWS.com
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Closer

REVEALED: What REALLY makes men more reluctant to use condoms
Closer
It's always an awkward casual-sex situation. Things are heating up and you really don't want to be the one to say the P word (no, not that word, we're talking protection) - but somehow it's always us ladies that bring it up. Although a man's reluctance ...
Men Think Condom Use Is Unnecessary During Sex With 'Hot' WomenParent Herald
Sex without condom more likely if man finds woman to be attractiveWorld Tech Today
Men less likely to use condoms if partner is attractive, study saysNOLA.com
Northern California News -Medical Daily -Live Science -Fusion
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