Outbreak in China monitored by International SOS.
This week, travel industry professionals are invited to participate in a nation-wide industry survey designed to better understand the health attitudes and behaviours of travellers.
Australian travellers risk bringing back more than just souvenirs when going away by not visiting their local doctor to get health advice prior to travel, according to researchers.
It’s hardly surprising that travellers – especially young adults on a tight budget – find the lure of free drinks irresistible.
Having travel vaccinations? A good night’s sleep afterwards could make them more effective.
Farmers bend beneath conical hats in the bountiful rice fields that stretch across Asia like a living patchwork quilt.
Many travel-related diseases can cause serious illness, but the unlucky traveller can usually expect to recover with no lasting effects. Hepatitis can be the exception.
Our strong dollar means more Australians are travelling to North America and Europe this year to escape the southern winter.
Nearly 20 percent of the three million Australian travellers each year will lose precious holiday time due to illness, new research has found.
Travellers deciding to rough it off the beaten track in destinations lacking clean drinking water can now protect their health thanks to a device called LifeStraw.
When Travelvax Australia nurse Gayle Hayes travelled to Kenya she saw the impact of disease in its remote villages. This week’s newsletter also has the latest country-by-country disease outbreaks.
Read one medico’s cautionary tale, along with the week’s disease outbreaks from around the world.