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“Tour and Cure”: The Rise of Medical Tourism

Whether you’re in need of a new dental crown, a facelift, fertility treatments, or a new heart valve, there are doctors and hospitals around the world who would gladly treat you, exporting their health services by offering top-of-the-line facilities with the newest technology, Western-trained doctors, comfortable stays, and reasonable bills.

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All the World Treasures an Heirloom – Tomato, That Is

Farmers markets are a great way to shop fresh and seasonal, but if you can't get there, you can still find an increasingly impressive selection of tomatoes at your local grocery store. To meet year-round demand, the business of the heirloom tomato has grown global.

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Patents aren’t a Pat on the Back, They are the Backbone of Life-Enhancing Discoveries

The National Inventors museum inducted fifteen more members into its Hall of Fame. Among those honored were Marvin Caruthers, Arogyaswami Paulraj, and Stan Honey. You may not have heard these names, but you've benefited from their inventions.

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The Role of Trade in Your Medicine Cabinet

Despite the diffusion of drug production globally, a full three-quarters of spending on medicines in the United States is on products that are manufactured domestically, by both American and foreign companies.

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Beloved Peanut Puffs Travel 6,000 Miles from Israel to U.S. Trader Joe’s

Thanks to trade, this Israeli snack food now featured at American Trader Joe's stores may spur a whole new generation of Americans who feel the urge to call out - Aba, Ima, Bamba!

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