Costa Rica health
According to Health Ministry data, 427 women in Costa Rica died as a result of breast cancer in 2020. The disease remains the top cause...
d man in Costa Rica became the first in Latin America to receive an esophagus replacement using material from his small intestine
The New Yorker, a United States-based magazine, will highlight Costa Rica’s healthcare system in its August 30 edition.
The internal slide presentation produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stresses that the war has changed as a result of Delta.
The waiting time for a non-emergency surgery at Costa Rica's public hospitals has reached more than 520 days, up considerably compared to before the pandemic.
Hot springs, yoga retreats and massage therapy are some of the activities Costa Rica hopes to support through a new initiative aimed at promoting wellness tourism.
Of the 702 deaths analyzed so far, 90% have been confirmed to have resulted from the SARS-CoV-2 virus or a related complication.
There are 87 countries affected by malaria, 46 of them have declared less than 10,000x cases in 2019, compared to 26 in 2000.
Many people from the United States and elsewhere choose Costa Rica for their cardiac treatments.