Prevent infections while traveling abroad by taking some simple measures beforehand. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says international travelers should get the latest health information from their doctors, health departments, or ot...
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You’ve got enough to think about when traveling out of the country. Luggage, transportation, language barriers, the last thing you need to worry about are infections. Food and drink especially in developing countries are the most common source of preventable infections. But there are simple measures to stay healthy while you're away. The Center for Disease Control and prevention says international traveler should get the latest health information from their doctors, health departments or other agencies four to six weeks before their trip. Get recommended vaccinations and take preventative medicines. And don’t forget to make sure your family’s special needs are addressed. You can find more health and wellness tips on ICYou.com.

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