Pangaea Medicine
top left top right
Patient: Click here to Sign in or Register
World-Class Hospitals, Doctors and Dentists
Safe, Affordable HealthCare Worldwide
Pangaea Medicine
Plus Icon Search For Doctors
Choose your Treatment
Select Treatment Area:
Select a Treatment:
Select Country:
 Privacy & Security Protected
Plus Icon Search For Doctors
Pangaea Doctors
Pangaea Doctors
Pangaea Doctors
Pangaea Doctors
Pangaea Doctors
Pangaea Doctors
Plus Icon Latest listings
No Photo Joints Orthopedic
Orthopedica Instutute For Musculoskeletal Diseases
Prof. Rafael Inigo Pavlovich,MD,PhD,FACS,
Chief of Knee Clinic,
Hermosllo, Mexico.
No Photo General Surgery
Health Solutions
Ho Chi Minh , Viet Nam.
Healthcare Providers Register Here
Plus Icon News
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 04:44:15 GMT

ABC News

Nurse Under Ebola Quarantine Criticizes Her Treatment
Huffington Post
Kaci Hickox, the first nurse to be quarantined under a strict new policy on her return from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, criticized her treatment in a Dallas Morning News op-ed on Saturday. Her words echoed concerns voiced by medical ...
UTA grad isolated at New Jersey hospital as part of Ebola quarantineDallas Morning News
New York Ebola patient stable as quarantines beginLos Angeles Times
Ebola outbreak: US nurse criticises quarantine treatmentBBC News
Fox News -Reuters
all 5,481 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 04:41:31 GMT

BBC News

Ebola crisis: 'Many exposed' to infected Mali girl
BBC News
The authorities in Mali have confirmed the death of the country's first Ebola patient, a two-year-old girl. The World Health Organisation said the toddler had travelled hundreds of kilometres by bus from Guinea through Mali showing symptoms of the disease.
WHO: Number of Ebola-linked cases passes 10000SFGate
WHO says number of Ebola cases has passed 10000Daily Mail
Ebola: Number of cases cross 10000 mark, says WHOFirstpost
Irish Independent -The Australian
all 1,234 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 05:43:37 GMT


Breaded chicken recalled over fears of Staphylococcal enterotoxin
More than 31,000 pounds of breaded chicken is being recalled because it may be contaminated with Staphylococcal enterotoxin. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, Murry's Inc., a Lebanon, Pa. company, ...
31k Pounds of Bell and Evans Chicken Products Recalled Due to Contamination ...American Live Wire
31K pounds of gluten-free breaded chicken recalled due to contaminationKABC-TV
Contaminated gluten-free breaded chicken recalledDelhi Daily News -eMaxHealth -WJBD Online
all 15 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 05:20:06 GMT

Poor health systems in Asia cause for Ebola alarm
In this Oct. 23, 2014 photo, medical workers wearing protective suits, handle a protective stretcher as they conduct a training exercise on dealing with suspected Ebola cases at a hospital in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province. The longer the ...
US ambassador to UN will visit Ebola-hit West AfricaFox News
Power to visit Ebola-ravaged West
Ebola, political opportunism and midterm pollsallvoices
ABC News
all 62 news articles »
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 20:52:26 GMT


Voices: Volunteer doctors protect us from Ebola
A disease such as Ebola inspires so much fear that it can cloud our thinking — so much so that someone who has behaved heroically can start to seem like the enemy. Many Americans are furious that a New York doctor took the subway and went bowling ...
One of The Worst Effects of Ebola (Even For Those Who Don't Get Sick)
Expand CDC Precautions Based Upon Evidence-Based Science: Quarantine ...Huffington Post
Sex and Ebola: How risky?CBS News
ABC News -Bloomberg
all 60 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 01:27:00 GMT

Tech Times

Toxin-secreting stem cells kill brain tumors in mice: Humans next?
Tech Times
Scientists have successfully tested on mice engineered stem cells that can make and secrete toxins that can kill brain cancer cells. The stem cells are immune to the toxins, which prevent cancer cells from creating protein. (Photo : Kim Carpenter). Scientists ...
Cancer-killing stem cells engineered in labBBC News
Scientists at Harvard have developed a stem cell that kills
New Stem Cell Technique Developed by Scientists to Fight Brain CancerHeadlines & Global News
News Channel Daily -FXC News -International Business Times
all 34 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 04:57:33 GMT

Tech Times

Music therapy improves self esteem, eases depression in kids and teens
Tech Times
In a randomized trial, children and young people who were given music therapy exhibited significant improvements in self-esteem and reduced depressive symptoms providing evidence that music therapy can be a viable treatment for young people suffering ...
Childhood depression maybe cured by music therapyWallStreet OTC
Music Therapy Can Treat Childhood DepressionDesign & Trend
Music therapy reduces depression in kids, teensZee News
all 46 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 03:54:44 GMT

Dallas Morning News

Reunion between Nina Pham, dog Bentley must wait
Dallas Morning News
Bentley, the King Charles Spaniel who was quarantined after his owner, Nina Pham, was diagnosed with Ebola, will be tested again for the virus before his 21-day quarantine period ends Nov. 1. By NANETTE LIGHT AND JULIE FANCHER. NANETTE LIGHT ...
Texas and
Dallas nurse who was infected by Ebola gets presidential hug (+video)Christian Science Monitor
Nina Pham cured of Ebola, released from hospitalTech Times
Santa Fe New
all 2,157 news articles »
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 01:44:46 GMT

FOX10 News

Breast cancer walk raises about $20000
Dressed fairy costumes, Helga Schulze, left and Sarah Logue, right, both of Ocala, take part in a Zumba session before over 1000 people took part in Ocala's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K walk Saturday morning October 25, 2014, at the College of ...
Community Spotlight: Almost 2000 Participate in Sarasota-Manatee Making ...The Bradenton Times
Thousands Make Strides Against Breast CancerWKRG-TV
Hundreds Participate at the Annual Making Stride Against Breast Cancer WalkWJHG-TV
Jackson County Floridan -The Herald-Times (subscription) -Huntsville Item
all 60 news articles »
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 09:18:08 GMT


Saturday Soapbox: Enjoy Halloween treats, but protect your teeth
Yakima Herald-Republic
Falling leaves and shorter days herald the coming of Halloween. While a pillowcase full of delicious sweets can be thrilling for kids, the effects of candy on teeth can give parents nightmares. Here are four tricks from your neighborhood dentist sure to make ...
Ostaszewski: The Halloween (sugar) buzzMilford Daily News

all 18 news articles »
Plus Icon Featured Healthcare Providers
Dr. Sergio Penunuri Zona Rio Tijuana, B.C., Mexico.
Description :
Dr. Penunuri utilizes the latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry to transform a person's smile. The results leave patients with permanent, natural-looking and beautiful teeth. Tijuana is known around the world as a favorite for dental treatments.
No Photo

Dr. Sergio Penunuri
Plus Icon Contact Me
Dr. David Kirsch Monterrey, Mexico.
Description :
Dr. David Kirsch offers a full range of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Dr. Kirsch is a member of the most important surgery associations in Mexico, Spain, Switzerland and in the United States (The American Society of Plastic Surgeons).
No Photo

Dr. David Kirsch
Plus Icon Contact Me
Dr. Pedro Kuri Tijuana, Mexico.
Description :
Dr. Kuri has performed more than 3,500 Lap-Band surgeries. He believes in the Lap-Band procedure, in his patients, and is dedicated to their success.
No Photo

Dr. Pedro Kuri
Plus Icon Contact Me
Plus Icon special section
Medical Tourism, Health Tourism, And Dental Tourism

If you are interested if finding a Dentist in Mexico, and Plastic Surgeon on Costa Rica, or a Cosmetic Surgeon in Thailand Pangaea Medicine is the place to start.   

... Read More
Read Complete Section

Better Business Bureau
        + Add To bookmark              + Email this page
Site By