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Travelers' Health

Below are links to information related totravelers' health. Click on the right menu or scroll down to view general information and programs, research, statistics and guidelines on this topic.

Research, Recommendations and Guidelines

2013

STDs and Travel
Travelers who have casual sex are at risk for sexually transmitted diseases. Prevent STDs when you travel overseas.

Staying Healthy on a Cruise
Don’t risk spoiling your cruise vacation with an unexpected illness. Follow these tips for a safe and healthy cruise vacation.

2011

Ticket for Two - International Travel during Pregnancy (12/29/2011)
Stacie Dunkle talks about traveling while pregnant. Also, she wants to hear from you. Have you traveled during pregnancy or had to pass on a trip because you were expecting? How has being a parent changed your career?

2010

Spring Break Travel: Stay Healthy and Safe (3/1/10)
Spring break means an escape from the daily grind. For high school and college students, it can be a rite of passage or an annual tradition. This is your time. It is all about you, and YOU are in charge of your health, safety, and well-being.

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