DVT and flying
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Air Travel and Deep Vein Thrombosis DVT | Blood Clots By Cynthia A.  Kos In a high-paced society, even two-hour flights can seem “long-haul.
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Yellow fever
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Yellow fever Yellow fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes. The “yellow” in the name refers to the
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Altitude sickness
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High-Altitude Travel & Altitude Illness Peter H. Hackett, David R. Shlim Environments significantly above sea level expose travelers to cold, low
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Malaria overview
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Malaria: Practice Essentials, Background, Etiology Individuals with malaria typically acquired the infection in an endemic area following a mosquito bite.
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Water safety
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Water Safety Tips | Gateway Region YMCA Swimming is great exercise, as well as a fun way to spend time together as a family. There'
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Mosquito-borne disease prevention
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Mosquito-borne disease prevention When travelling overseas, and in certain areas in Australia, you should be aware of the dangers of mosquito-borne diseases
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Ebola virus disease
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Ebola virus disease Ebola virus disease is a serious viral infection that originated in sub-Saharan Africa. No one has caught Ebola from someone else in the UK.
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Squirming worm infection in foot
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Cutaneous larva migrans on the scalp: atypical presentation of a commondisease 1Private Clinic – Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil. Find articles by Glaura
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Motion sickness
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Motion Sickness Motion sickness is the term attributed to physiologic responses to travel by sea, car, train, air, and virtual reality immersion.
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Travelling and medical documentation
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What I Wish I’d Known Before Dealing With a Medical Emergency While Traveling Abroad Twenty-three hours. That’s how long it was going to take us to get
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