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What to Consider When Purchasing International Health Insurance

Navigating the international health insurance world can be tricky. It’s incredibly important to read your policy from beginning to end, making notes and asking questions to your insurance provider wherever necessary.

Almost all policies are individually tailored, so it’s best to read through with a good highlighter, look up terms you don’t understand and ask your insurer to make any changes you require. Below is a list…

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A Plain Language Guide – How To Buy Health Insurance

There are four basic types of health insurance, each with their own unique qualities. As we move through the stages of our lives, different types of insurance become important. This guide will give you a better understanding on how to buy health insurance that´s right for you. Be sure to buy with the facts in hand.

Medical Expense Insurance

This type of insurance pertains to the treatment and prevention of accident or illness….

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Finding the perfect doctor for you has to do with more than simply the quality of a person’s education. Doctors blur the line between professional and intimate acquaintances. Accordingly, the “right” doctor should have both qualities that you expect from a professional in the field and qualities that are important in any intimate relationship. Keeping the following 5 “C”s in mind will help…

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Polycystic Ovaries: how do they affect your health and fertility?

Millions of women worldwide are suffering with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and going undiagnosed, untreated, unsupported and this must change!

PCOS is a medical condition that can have a serious effect on a woman’s ability to conceive. To help women with this condition Barbados Fertility Centre is holding a FREE online seminar at the 2013…

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IVF Treatment Breakthrough

Thousands of couples suffering from infertility may stand to benefit from an artificial reproduction breakthrough that might dramatically raise the treatment’s success rate.
Scientists now believe that it’s possible to double or perhaps even triple the ratio of healthy babies produced by fertility treatments, using a simple method that involves time lapse photography of the developing…

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The new Canadian analysis shows that spanking can cause long-term developmental damage and may even lower a child’s IQ. This pediatric study, published recently in theCanadian Medical Association Journal, reached its conclusion after examining 20 years of published research on the issue. The authors say the medical finding have been largely overlooked and overshadowed by concerns that…

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A new report shows that the NHS pays out £60,000 a day on translation and interpretation services, with Leeds among the highest spenders. Research by think-tank 2020 Health showed UK NHS spending of £23.3 million on written translation and interpreters last year, an increase of 17% since 2007.

The organization obtained the figures through Freedom of Information requests also said money could be saved by creating a central pool of pre-translated materials which all hospitals and GP surgeries…

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The latest PR release by allPrivateHealth.com talks about the rise of private health care in a global economy. Patients all around the world are researching the internet for alternative solutions in order to save long waiting lists in the public sector, particularly those suffering from diseases in need of immediate treatment. Other key driving factors behind the growth of private health services are, important reductions of treatment costs and affordability, greater availability of health professionals…

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