Travel Health

How to avoid scams, keep your cash—and still have fun.
If your summer travel plans include playing or working outdoors, know how to recognize, avoid—and get rid of—these dangerous hitchhikers.
Which shots do you really need? It depends not only on where you're going, but also what you'll be doing there. Part two of a two-part series.
Travel vaccines can cost a bundle. Asking these questions could save you some money. Part one of a two-part series.
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.
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.
How to keep your guts from visiting the circus during your travels.
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.
A travel doctor's prescription for staying fit as a fiddle on your travels.
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