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TAT Holds Global Medical Tourism Event: “Amazing Thailand Health and Wellness Tourism Showcase 2017,” Focusing on “Thailand: a Paradise for Longevity”

Bangkok, Thailand (PRWEB) August 19, 2017 Mr. Noppadon Pakprot, Deputy Governor for Tourism Products and Business, Tourism Authority of Thailand presided over the Amazing Thailand Health and Wellness Tourism Showcase 2017 yesterday, which unveiled the latest “Functional & Regenerative Med...


When lemons give you life: Herpetofauna adaptation to citrus orchards in Belize

(Pensoft Publishers) Reptile and amphibian communities exhibit a promising level of resilience to agricultural lands, confirms a study recently published in the open-access journal ZooKeys. In their study, herpetologist Russell Gray and his research team compared forested areas to manicured citrus orchards and reclaimed orchard forests in Stann Creek, Belize. Further intriguing discoveries were ma...

Researchers offer new insights into how communities can tap into youth sports tourism

Two Indiana University researchers say creative marketing is needed to reach visitors in what's become a multibillion-dollar-a-year segment of the tourism industry: youth sports tourism.


The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism presents insight on the industry

(SAGE) The travel and tourism industry is predicted to grow at an average rate of 3.9% every year over the next decade, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. In the newly launched SAGE International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism, scholars from around the world present challenges and opportunities that the industry faces as it continues to grow. The encyclopedia consists of more tha...

IU researchers offer new insights into how communities can tap into youth sports tourism

(Indiana University) Two Indiana University researchers say creative marketing is needed to reach visitors in what's become a multibillion-dollar-a-year segment of the tourism industry: youth sports tourism.

Mexico Bariatric Center’s Director, Dr. Ron Elli, Celebrates 10-Year in Medical Tourism Industry

(PRWEB) September 09, 2017 Medical Tourism pioneer Ron Elli, Ph.D. celebrates his 10-year anniversary in the medical tourism industry. “It has been 10 incredible years, helping people successfully lose weight with bariatric surgery. We are looking forward to many more years to grow with this...

A Monkey's 'Smile' May Not Be Sweet

MONDAY, June 12, 2017 -- If you mistake a wild monkey's aggressive facial expressions for smiles and kisses, you could end up getting bitten, researchers warn. "There is a growing interest in wildlife tourism, and in particular primate tourism....

Anticipated social media buzz can drive tourism

How much positive feedback travelers think they’ll get on social media can predict whether they intend to visit a tourism destination, a new study has found.

IFEMA inaugurates the first 5G prototype R&D lab for the tourism and trade fair sector

(IMDEA Networks Institute) The IFEMA LAB 5G is an innovative research hub to develop solutions, features, and new services using 5G technology to be displayed at FITUR 2018, the International Tourism Trade Fair organized yearly in Spain.

'Stem-cell tourism' needs tighter controls, say medical experts

LONDON (Reuters) - Stem-cell tourism involving patients who travel to developing countries for treatment with unproven and potentially risky therapies should be more tightly regulated, international health experts said on Wednesday.

‘Stem-Cell Tourism’ Needs Tighter Controls, Say Medical Experts

(Reuters) – Stem-cell tourism involving patients who travel to developing countries for treatment with unproven and potentially risky therapies should be more tightly regulated, international health experts said on Wednesday. With hundreds of medical centers around the world claiming to … Read More

Hawaii Meetings, Conventions, Incentives MCI Tourism Market Insights, Opportunity, Analysis, Growth Potential Forecast 2017 2022 [Updated: 01011970] Prices from USD $800

Hawaii Meetings, Conventions, Incentives MCI Tourism Market is likely to reach nearly USD 1.3 Billion by the year end of 2022.Market growth can be attributed to factors such as Ideal Meetings Location, Unbeatable Event Spaces, Safety, Productive Atmosphere, Accommodations, International Accessibility, Enrichment Opportunities and Natural Wonders.Japan, US West and US East MCI tourists play a signi...

Qatar waives visas for 80 nationalities amid Gulf boycott

Qatar announced on Wednesday a program to allow visa-free entry for citizens of 80 countries to encourage air transport and tourism amid a two-month boycott imposed on the Gulf state by its neighbors. "The visa exemption scheme will make Qatar the most open country in the region," Hassan al-Ibrahim, Chief Tourism Development officer at Qatar Tourism Authority told reporters at a press conference...

Rebuilding tourism after Irma, an epic task for islands

It's been over a week since hurricane Irma ripped through the Caribbean -- but for paradise islands overwhelmingly dependent on the tourist trade, the damage is far from over. The French-Dutch island of St Martin, where the massive storm killed 15 people, remains fringed by the white sands and turquoise waters that in happier times drew holidaymakers in their droves. "For the coming tourism seas...

University of Surrey's research reveals secrets of success of tourism entrepreneurs

(University of Surrey) University of Surrey research into innovative entrepreneurs starting to work in tourism has found, in some of the first analysis undertaken, how they have to use initiative and hard work -- and often work for nothing -- to overcome the barriers in setting up their innovation.

Saudi Arabia to launch Red Sea tourism resorts

Saudi Arabia on Tuesday announced the launch of a massive tourism project that will turn 50 islands and a string of sites on the Red Sea coast into luxury resorts. It covers more than 180 kilometres (112 miles) on Saudi Arabia's western coastline, stretching from Umm Lajj to Al-Wajh. Initial investments will be provided by the Public Investment Fund before the project is opened to international ...

How health IT enables safer medical travel and tourism

IT innovation, global medicine and frustrated medical patients drive the demand for medical travel. But telemedicine also improves patient care and the customer experience of medical travelers. Once again, we welcome medical IT entrepreneur, Agha Ahmed, Managing Partner of GHIMBA, as we explore how IT… Read More The post How health IT enables safer medical travel and tourism appeared first o...

Qatar offers visa-free entry to 80 nationalities

Qatar, isolated by its neighbours in a diplomatic crisis, on Wednesday introduced a visa-free entry programme for 80 nationalities to stimulate air transport and tourism. "The visa exemption scheme will make Qatar the most open country in the region," tourism department official Hassan al-Ibrahim told a news conference in Doha. Interior ministry official Mohamed Rashed al-Mazrouei said that nati...

Summer lovin'? Not in angry Europe's tourist hotspots

By Sam Edwards, Isla Binnie and Maja Zuvela BARCELONA/ROME/SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Chronic overcrowding in some of Europe's beloved tourism hotspots is fuelling an angry backlash, from polite protest to "Go Home" graffiti and even physical intimidation. Across southern Europe, from the choked boulevards of Gaudi's Barcelona to the swarms of cruise liners disgorging passengers into Croatia's mediaev...

Religious tourism: the white gold of Saudi Arabia

With global oil prices flailing, Saudi Arabia is turning to another natural resource: billions of dollars gained from religious tourism as the kingdom hosts the annual hajj pilgrimage. Shops line the packed esplanade of the Great Mosque of Mecca, one of the holiest sites in Islam, lowering their awnings only at prayer time and re-opening their doors minutes after the mosque empties. Saudi author...

STADA Board Recommends Acceptance Of Renewed Offer By Bain Capital, Cinven

BAD VILBEL (dpa-AFX) - STADA Arzneimittel AG (STDAY.PK, STDAF.PK) said that it's Executive Board and Supervisory Board have published their reasoned joint statement on the renewed voluntary public...

Thailand Medical Tourism Market and Forecast To 2022 [Updated: 05062017] Prices from USD $1000

Thailand medical tourism market surpassed US$ 4.6 Billion mark in 2016. Thailand, being a world leader in medical tourism, has worldclass medical facilities with its highprofile private hospitals and clinics. Thailand has been one of the favorite medical tourism destinations for all over the world. This may be primarily due to the cultural heritage, stateoftheart medical facilities, personalized h...

Mexico rejects Trump claim that it is the world's second most violent country

Mexico may have a problem with violence, but its government says it is not the second most violent country in the world, as US President Donald Trump has claimed on Twitter. The Mexican foreign ministry pointed instead to places like Honduras, Venezuela, Belize, Colombia and Brazil as countries with higher murder rates, in a statement released late Thursday. Trump had posted earlier: "Mexico was...

Singapore Medical Tourism Market and Forecast To 2022

LONDON, Aug. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Singapore medical tourism market is likely to grow with single digit CAGR during the period 2017 - 2022. International patients come to Singapore each year for a whole range of medical care from health screenings to high-end surgical procedures in specialties such as cardiology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, organ transplants, orthopedics, and pediatrics....

Renew Bariatrics Offers All-Inclusive Medical Tourism Packages

Laguna Beach, CA, September 08, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Renew Bariatrics offering comprehensive packages for bariatric surgery in Mexico, with medical travel coverage, price transparency and a multitude of preference options. All-Inclusive Bariatric Surgery Packages Include: Weight-loss surgery packages, with Price Transparency. Medical Tourism Coverage Included. Leading Surgical Facilities and Hos...


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