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Malaria is a mosquito-borne infection that has a lot of myths associated to it. Because of them, many travellers are at a substantial risk of getting the wrong advice. This blog debunks some of the most basic misconceptions about malaria.
Reliable travel health knowledge is becoming simpler to find online, but it’s not unusual to see wrong information on travel health forums, blogs, and other sources travellers rely on for trip planning advice. In this edition, you can read about debunking three travel health myths.
Do you avoid travelling abroad due to your medical condition? Yes, there is one! Developments in technology, medicine, and modern communication have made travelling more accessible and safer than ever. Here are four smart tips to make the most of your journey.
Travelling is a way most of us escape our daily stress to enjoy ourselves and also have lots of time to think about many thinks. New environment, new food, and different language exposure are a few of the things we are bound to enjoy during our trip. But all of these could come at the cost of stress if not well planned.
The fear of contracting a disease as a result of travelling to certain parts of the world should not be a problem for you if you had your preparation well planned. Getting a vaccination is an ultimate protection anybody can get as protection against infections and diseases in these areas.
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