Travel Health

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The things that make travel exciting can also be the most trying. Dr. Mark Wise shares his advice on how to even out the bumps.

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In remote regions, far from medical care, identifying potential problems early on can help prevent minor ailments from becoming serious emergencies.

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They're everywhere, often difficult to detect until it's too late, but when they strike, you'll know you've been had.

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Mike Webster offers the following considerations for travelling as or with a diabetic.

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How to keep your guts from visiting the circus during your travels.

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If you're getting ready for a sojourn overseas, chances are you've prepared a list of things to jam into your pack before you head off to the airport. One item that is often overlooked is a first aid kit.

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Why would there need to be a special article for female travellers? 

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Why getting all your shots won't protect you from the biggest travel health hazard abroad.

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Is travel in your future? Check out these sites for more information about vaccinations you may need before hitting the road.
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