Posts Tagged ‘clinic’

Children’s Medical Subsidies

Children’s Medical Subsidies

From October 1, 2011 Nagoya City children’s medical subsidies were extended from their current scope to include a broader age range of children. [Read More]


Going to the Dentist in Japan

Going to the Dentist in Japan

To many people the sound of the dentist’s drill puts shivers down their spine, but sometimes putting off dental treatment is just not an option and a visit to the dentist is required. Besides, your oral environment can impact on your whole health so it is recommended that [Read More]


Free Cervical Cancer Prevention Treatment for Young Women

Free Cervical Cancer Prevention Treatment for Young Women

Cervical cancer annually affects over 400,000 women worldwide. However, there is now a vaccine available that protects against the high-risk strains of HPV infections and consequently prevents cervical cancer. Normally the vaccine series costs around 40,000 - 50,000 Yen, [Read More]


Nagoya City One Coin Cancer Screenings

Nagoya City One Coin Cancer Screenings

The City of Nagoya started providing low cost cancer screenings to residents. Screenings can detect cancer at a very early stage before it spreads and becomes difficult to treat. Screenings for stomach cancer, colon cancer, uterine cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, and [Read More]


Metabolic Syndrome & Health Checks

Metabolic Syndrome & Health Checks

- Metabolic Syndrome - Health  Checks With Work Place Health Insurance - Health  Checks With National Health Insurance - Other Medical Checks Available in Nagoya Metabolic Syndrome メタボリック症 ★What is it? Metabolic syndrome is a combination of medical [Read More]


English-speaking hospitals…

English-speaking hospitals…

I have just relocated to Nagoya. Are there any medical services available in English? [Read More]


STD Tests in Nagoya

STD Tests in Nagoya

Is there a clinic in Nagoya where I can get an STD test in English? [Read More]


Health Insurance in Japan

Health Insurance in Japan

There are three kinds of public health insurance in Japan, one of which is the National Health Insurance Program and the other refers to the Work Place Health Insurance System. The law in Japan requires all residents to enroll in one of the above health insurance systems. [Read More]


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