With the beginning of flu season this week, the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) will apply 305,387 vaccination shots in Yucatán.
Two weeks into a rabies scare, the City Council has backed down from a controversial method to contain the viral disease.
Every year, 35,000 nationals from Tabasco, Campeche and Quintana Roo come here for highly specialized services, such as treatment for diabetes or cancer.
Guest speaker Alexis Cepeda will discuss wills and other important planning for expats and snowbirds. Call 999 740-5819 for details.
Free “Healthy Living In The Yucatan” Information Sessions by Healthitinerary, with new-style monthly meetings in 2016. Guest speakers (in English):- Doctors, Nutritionists, Attorneys, Alternative Practitioners/Therapists, and a host of other professionals, who will share their knowledge and expertise to help you live a healthy and happy life here in the Yucatán. Bring a friend. This session’s subject: […]
Free health information session for expats and snowbirds: Do you have the tools to manage your health in the Yucatán? Do you know what to do if you get sick? Did you know that a family doctor can diagnose and treat 85% of all illnesses? Do you have one? At Farmacia del Barrio on the Paseo […]
The Mexican government is expecting the number of visitors seeking medical treatment there to reach 650,000 annually by 2020, and Yucatán want a piece of the action.
The impoverished family of a 28-year-old man in Kanasín, left incapacitated from a massive tumor on his leg, has taken their plight to the media.
Mexico could be the first country to market a new dengue vaccine which in clinical trials reduced cases of the mosquito-borne disease by 60.8 percent.