There’s a growing concern about the rapid spread of dengue fever in India, and international experts say the Indian government isn’t doing enough to tamp it down. An article this week in the New York Times raises serious questions about how the Indian government is handling the outbreak reports the healthytravelbolog.com Continue reading Is India Taking Dengue Fever Epidemic Seriously ?
Almost one in three private medical insurance patients in England who are receiving hospital treatment have it supplied and financed by the NHS – even though they are able to claim from their policy. Cancer treatment and emergency procedures worth up to £1 billion are being provided by the NHS to patients who are privately covered, according to a new study by health economists, Laing and Buisson, on behalf of private hospital group, HCA International. Continue reading One in three UK Private Health Insurance plans not being fully used