June 2010

We are in the middle of World Cup 2010 now and this time it is in South Africa and as usual, the effects or ‘World Cup fever’ is spreading over the nations. It is the time for football fans to give support to their team or enjoying the game by watching directly at the stadium or watching TV.

Believe it or not, some health problem arise during the four-weeks World Cup and it’s not for the football player but the football fans who are watching the match from TV. While players are showing their quality fitness and health on the pitch, the football fans are likely to go for other end at the same time. The health problems including high blood pressure, heart attack or lack of sleep might come in your way while watching the matches so let’s see some health tips on watching World Cup on TV.
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Medical tourism which also called as health tourism defines the practice of traveling over international countries for healthcare needs and motives. It sometimes being referred as healthcare providers traveling over international orders to fulfill healthcare needs and purposes.

Medical tourism is growing rapidly nowadays and actively being promoted in many countries such as Greece, Jordan, Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia.
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