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Mexicali With Medical Tourism Helps Under-insured

Mexicali With Medical Tourism Helps Under-insured By Jude Joffe-Block Monday, May 21, 2012 MEXICALI, MX - On a recent Saturday morning, a group of strangers gathered in the parking lot of the Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas. There they boarded a van, with

Mexico Living - Retiring On A Shoe String Budget

Mexico Living - Retiring On A Shoe String Budget By JR Nolds Imagine being able to retire on a shoestring budget in the 21st Century! Where can you do that? In Mexico. If you're a baby-boomer and you remember how great it was to be part of the financially

The Day of the Dead a Mexican Tradition

Rosarito Beach Hotel celebrates a Mexican tradition : http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/events/content/farmers_market_en.html Dia de Los Muertos ...The Mexican Day of the Dead The festive period begins on the night of October 31 and continues through

International Tourism raises 1.8% in Mexico

The border tourism also recorder an increase, since in the first eight months of the year were reported 6 million 6 70 thousand tourist , representing an increase of 9.4% compared to the same period in 2010. Mexico , D.F., The Secretary of Tourism reports

NEW SPORT CENTRE POSSIBLE IN ROSARITO

By Allan Brown The state of Baja California, Mexico , is ready to fund, develop and construct a major sports complex in Rosarito Beach as part of a proposed physical rehabilitation and sports center for people with disabilities that has been proposed

The Mexico Medical Boom Is Coming

There was a residential tourism study about 5 years ago in which the economist predicted that if Panama was to have an estimated 30,000 retirees to move in, which is about 1% of its total population, the country would get a foreign investment higher than

Many Americans Going To Mexico For Health Care

SAN DIEGO — The trouble with getting affordable health care in the U.S. has caused many people to look south for solutions. This isn't surprising in San Diego, where the medical resources of Mexico are within a half-hour drive. BY TOM FUDGE

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION RELEASES FINDINGS ON U.S. RETIREE HEALTH CARE TRENDS IN MEXICAN COASTAL COMMUNITIES

SAN DIEGO - May 6, 2010 – The International Community Foundation released its report “Health Care and American Retirees in Mexico” to educate and inform retirees and policymakers about health care trends in the U.S. retiree population

Mexican health care for Americans studied

Regulatory reforms needed, experts say By Sandra Dibble , UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at 9:09 p.m. Rising medical needs in the United States are creating new opportunities for Mexico’s health care industry to serve a broad

Mexico's big hope: get 5 million U.S. retirees

Posted on Sat, Apr. 17, 2010 Mexico's big hope: get 5 million U.S. retirees BY ANDRES OPPENHEIMER aoppenheimer@MiamiHerald.com M EXICO CITY -- Mexico is silently working on proposals aimed at drawing millions of U.S. retirees to this country, which

As U.S. health row rages, many seek care in Mexico

NACO, Mexico (Reuters) - Retired police officer Bob Ritz has health insurance that covers his medical and dental care in the United States. But every few months he drives from his home in Tombstone, Arizona, to this small town in northern Mexico to avoid

Health-care challenged Californians flocking to Mexico

The pharmacy business in Tijuana is still booming, despite crackdowns by the state to weed out illegitimate operators. - John Gibbins / Union-Tribune TIJUANA — About 1 million adult Californians seek health care in Mexico each year – and that

"Major" Threat For Swine Flu In Mexico Ends

Not that any of us ever felt there was a “Major Threat” in Mexico Mexico Cruises Return With the Centers for Disease Control lifting a warning against non essential visits to Mexico, San Diego’s year-round, home ported ship, the Carnival

Mexico City ends swine flu alert, no cases in week

MEXICO CITY (AP) —Mexico City lowered its swine flu alert level from yellow to green on Thursday,and the mayor said "we can relax" now that there have been no new infections for a week. Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said the change means the risk

Mexico Health Care Could Save Yourself Or One of Your Family Members Life

Mexico is solving the U.S. health care affordability issues More and more people are finding solutions to their heath care issues in Mexico. As the health care issues worsen in the U.S. people are turning to Mexico to solve their much need health care