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Health & Beauty 

Because Living Well is the Best Revenge
What better place to begin, continue or enhance your well being than in beautiful Puerto Vallarta? Whether you are here on vacation or here to stay, the many health and beauty services available in Puerto Vallarta will keep you feeling fit and looking absolutely marvelous.

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As with any international travel destination, Puerto Vallarta offers an unsurpassed menu of beauty treatments and medical services that will keep you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and revived. In addition to the availability of the latest techniques and technologies, the costs of these services are dramatically less expensive than in the States.

Bilingual medical, dental, chiropractic, and physical therapy services, as well as modern hospitals with high-tech equipment and fully accredited physicians, assure that patients can expect the same quality of health care in Puerto Vallarta as they would receive in the US - and prescription drugs are readily available, and at reasonable prices!

Puerto Vallarta is also home to dozens of gyms, spas and fitness centers that offer day packages, vacation packages and even full memberships for those of us who live here year-round. Local beauticians know all the latest hairstyles, coloring, skin and nail care techniques - and these beauty treatments cost about a third of what it would cost at home.

Vacation surgery is gaining popularity, and since most of these procedures are relatively quick, it's easy to take home not only a tan but a little tucking as well. Liposuction, tummy tucks and other 'remedial measures' cost less than half what they do up North, yet they're staffed by highly trained and board certified professionals.

Puerto Vallarta has a competent, confident and cutting-edge medical community. And since prominent hospitals, world-class gyms and spas, and well-known beauty salons continue to be attracted here, it's easy and affordable to pamper yourself with professional health and beauty treatments that'll leave you looking, and feeling, like a million bucks.

It is a daily battle searching for blood for critical patients in all of our local hospitals. Please consider donating the Gift of Life.

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Mexico City to Open Free University of Health in June
Latin American Herald Tribune

Mexico City's government plans to open the University of Health, a free university that will train doctors and nurses to work in community-based medicine, Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said Monday during President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's daily press conference.

HempMeds® Mexico Opens New Office in Mexico City
PR Newswire

HempMeds Mexico recently opened a new office in Mexico City. Pioneers in Mexico's cannabis industry, the Medical Marijuana, Inc subsidiary has been operating offices in Monterrey since 2017, capitalizing on Mexico's medical cannabis market, which was valued at $47.3 million in 2018.

Charity Fashion Show for Vallarta Kids with Cancer

Alexander Daoud, owner of Alexander A Salon in Plaza Marina, will host his third annual luncheon and fashion show charity event, this time to support Families of Children with Cancer in Puerto Vallarta, on Saturday, February 8 at CasaMagna Marriott Resort & Spa.

Five Ways to Kick-start Your New Year's Resolutions
Banderas News Team

People start the New Year making resolutions for themselves. But it's important not only to make them, but to keep working on them as well. Ram Kezel shares five ways to find inspiration and maintain motivation so you can accomplish what you set out to do in 2020.

Drop That Donut! Mexico Pays Portly Cops to Slim Down

According to national statistics, three-quarters of adults in Mexico are overweight or obese. Since Mexico City's 83,000-member police force is not immune to the problem, authorities have launched the 'Healthy Police' program, which pays overweight officers to slim down.

Nutrients for Natives: You Can Make the Difference
Dr. Leslie Korn

After over 40 years of running the Center for Traditional Medicine, I remain committed to supporting Mexican women's access to health care, especially natural health care for the treatment of trauma and the effects of violence and chronic illness. But I can only do this with your help.

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