This is an article from The Takeaway.org

This year, hundreds of thousands of Americans will travel abroad, not to see ancient ruins or visit historic sites, but to undergo affordable medical care.

These medical tourists will go to Mexico, Thailand, Costa Rica and elsewhere for everything from root canals to hip replacements. And while this type of tourism has been around for decades, it’s become more and more popular as health-care costs in the U.S. continue to rise. And if Obamacare is overturned by the Supreme Court — more average Americans may soon be medical tourists as well.

Paul Vehorn is a behavioral psychologist, host of the Paul Vehorn radio show, and a medical tourist who’s visited Thailand for two different procedures.

And James Surowiecki is a journalist with the New Yorker. He explores what the bigger economic implications of medical tourism might be in his article entitled “Club Med.”

Produced by:

Kristen Meinzer


The following is an article in The Wall Street Journal, market watch section, ranking The world’s top 10 retirement havens. It’s ranking Thailand in the 9 th. spot, based on cost of living and environment.But those are not all there is to consider. The standard and expenses of Medical and Health Care services need to put into account. We are strongly believed if that is put into consideration, Thailand can offer you a lot more than others can.
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No.9. Thailand. As with Malaysia, it can be fairly inexpensive to live in Thailand. According to International Living, you can live comfortably for less than $1,000 a month on a powder-sand beach in Thailand. In fact, it’s likely you could find “really nice, liveable place just about anywhere in the country” for about $500 a month. As with Malaysia, you’ll find plenty of locals happy to practice their English with you; so integration shouldn’t be too much of an issue. And, for excitement, what could top Bangkok? “If variety is the spice of retired life, than Paris, Panama City, the expat communities of Mexico, Medellin in Colombia, and Bangkok, Thailand, should be top of your list,” International Living researchers said.

This is a lovely little hospital and very high standard in Bangkok. At the price that you can effort.

This is the story of a girl who have been went thru the plastic surgery and change her life.
She used to have a boy friend and her boy friend left her to go with another girl who was beautiful than her at that time.
So, she wanted to make herself look better.From three operations, eyes, nose, and chin you will see how she is, now.
Please, watch her story from the following video clips

Ramada Plaza Menam riverside Bangkok a five stars hotel in Bangkok that modified some part of their facilities to serve the patients who need special care during their stay before they can take a long trip back home. This is one example of many hotels who ready to take care of you.

If your blood pressure is 140/90 or higher, you need to get it down! The good news is that many of the steps you can take are painless, and some are downright enjoyable.

To complete this How-To you will need:

Potassium-rich foods
Red wine
A pedometer
Dark chocolate
A pet

Step 1: Eat less sodium and salt

Consume less sodium, which contributes to hypertension. It’s not enough to just put away the saltshaker — check food labels as well. Many prepared foods, like canned soup and frozen meals, are loaded…more

6 Reasons for making Thailand your Medical Tourism destination. For more information,please, vist http://www.thailandmedicaltourismcluster.org.