Travel Health And Safety: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

As AIESEC intern Genevieve prepares for her overseas placement, "helpful horror stories" aren't making her task any easier. 
Non-medical personnel are essential to medical missions and relief work around the world. A former tree planter becomes part of the solution as a logistician with MSF.
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.
More than a whole third of UK gap-year travellers need to be financially bailed out by their parents. 
In remote regions, far from medical care, identifying potential problems early on can help prevent minor ailments from becoming serious emergencies.
They're everywhere, often difficult to detect until it's too late, but when they strike, you'll know you've been had.
Mike Webster offers the following considerations for travelling as or with a diabetic.
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