COVID Vacations: Plan, Be Flexible, Travel Safe

1 day ago · It's easy to get lost among the constantly shifting recommendations for summer travel, but consider your vaccine status, how you plan to get where you're going, and …

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COVID-19 and Travel: What You Should Know

Get a COVID test 1 to 3 days before you travel. Wear a mask on planes, buses, trains, and other types of public transportation. Wear a mask in airports, stations, and other travel hubs. Try to

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Considering Holiday Travel

Experts recommend having virtual gatherings in lieu of intimate get-togethers, and traveling only if there is an urgent need. If travel is absolutely necessary, it is …

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Will It Be Safe to Travel When This Is All Over

Travel is an essential part of economic recovery and healthy economies are part of protecting health. But COVID-19 means that we’ll have a new normal. We’ll need to continue to take

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Summer Travel Health Advice

The answer is a resounding yes, say travel health experts. With proper planning and precautions, the 7 in 10 Americans hitting the roads and skies this summer can help ensure a …

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Apps to Let Travelers, Others Show COVID-19 Status

The Travel Pass, from the International Air Transport Association, is expected to be released by the end of March and will also be available on …

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Travel Immunizations and Vaccinations for International

If you plan to travel to a part of the world where malaria is a possibility, your doctor will give you medicine to help prevent that. It’s not a vaccine, but you'll need it for protection.

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Tips for Traveling With IBS

Check travel advisories for different parts of the world. This is a smart thing to do even if you don't have IBS. The CDC web site (www.cdc.gov) has a traveler's health section.

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Parkinson’s Disease Traveling Tips for Car or Airplane

Travel by Car. Many Parkinson's medications can cause drowsiness, particularly after eating. If you are driving, take a nap before you go and avoid eating for two to three hours before departing.

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How Travel Can Help Reduce Stress and Ease Anxiety and

Travel has been linked to stress reduction and can alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression. Whether you’re going to another country or escaping for a long weekend in a nearby town

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How to Handle It When You Travel

Travel can be stressful for anyone. If you’re taking insulin to control your diabetes, taking a trip has other challenges. Those roadblocks shouldn’t keep you from visiting relatives, seeing

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What Causes Travel Anxiety and How to Overcome It

Horror travel stories. Hearing too much bad news about crimes and injuries that happen to people while they travel can affect your psychological well-being . You may start to associate travel with

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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: Healthy Travel Food

Continued Take-Along Treats. Here are 7 tips for packing treats to tote along as you travel: 1. Pack a frozen bottle of water.This will keep any perishable foods you've packed chilled for hours.

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Traveling With PAH: Advance Planning Will Make Your Trip

Travel can be unpredictable. Continued. Make sure you have an oxygen vendor at your destination, if necessary. Give yourself extra time between arrival, security checkpoints, and boarding.

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Travel Sickness Oral: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions

To prevent motion sickness, take the first dose 30 to 60 minutes before starting activity such as travel. Tell your doctor if your condition does not improve or if it worsens. , ., , .,

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EU to Allow Vaccinated U.S. Tourists This Summer

The European Commission, which is the executive branch of the bloc, will recommend a switch in policy after more than a year of restricting nonessential travel to prevent the spread of the

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NY Ending Mandatory Quarantine for Domestic Travelers

Mar. 15, 2021 -- New York will no longer require domestic travelers entering the state to adhere to a COVID-19 quarantine after April 1, Gov. Andrew …

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What I've Learned About Traveling With RA

I love to travel. For me, travel is something that’s been a part of my life since before being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). So many things change because of RA, but travel doesn’t have to be one of them. Thankfully, I have been able to travel domestically and internationally without having any RA problems.

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European Union Proposes COVID-19 Travel Certificate

The travel certificate wouldn’t change the current rules about external travel, the Times reported. Many countries have restricted nonessential travel …

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U.S. Warns Against Travel to Japan

U.S. Warns Against Travel to Japan. May 25, 2021 -- The State Department issued a travel advisory for Japan on Monday, urging Americans …

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Crohn’s Disease: Plan Ahead to Make Travel Easier

Tips to Make Travel Easier With Crohn’s Disease By Stephanie Booth For Stephanie Gish of New Braunfels, TX, taking a vacation can be both exciting and nerve-wracking.

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Ulcerative Colitis: 7 Tips to Make Travel Easier

And if you travel on business and are locked into this client lunch or that awards dinner, check the menu in advance. “I always go online and look at the options beforehand,” Weiss says

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Bladder Control and Travel

Some people skimp on drinking water during travel to cut down on bathroom trips, but this strategy can backfire, she says. "That causes the urine to be more concentrated, and more highly

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The Psychology of Escapism and Travel

For most people, travel is a positive means of escape. It’s natural to want a break from routine, from work, from responsibilities, and the people who drive you crazy on a daily basis.

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'Can I Catch COVID on a Plane

In the meantime, if you do decide to travel by plane, plan carefully to lessen your risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2. Try to choose airlines or flights with reduced seating capacity to maximize the space between passengers. Pick an airline that requires masks, and wear your own mask at all times in the airport and on the plane.

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Montezuma's Revenge: Traveler's Diarrhea Symptoms

Traveler's diarrhea is an intestinal infection that occurs as a result of eating or drinking contaminated food or water. Food handlers who do not wash their hands after they use the bathroom can

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Baby on a Plane: How to Prepare

Air travel can be an exercise in patience. Add a baby, with all the extra gear to lug, diapers to change, and cries to calm, and it becomes even more trying. Meg Collins, author of the e-book

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Coronavirus and Apartments: What’s the Risk

The best advice for apartment and condo dwellers is what you already know: Wear a mask, wash your hands often, and keep your distance from …

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Do You Need to Quarantine If You've Had the COVID-19 Vaccine

If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and you've been exposed to someone who is sick, the CDC now says you no longer have to quarantine. …

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Medical Radiation Scans Flag Airport Security

July 21, 2005 -- Body images that use radiation are a big help in checking for certain illnesses, but they're not such a plus at airports. Radioactive atoms, or …

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Bowel Transit Time Test: How Long Does Your Digestion Take

Continued. This test will give your doctor images at certain points to show how the radioactive food or capsule is moving through your system. Within 5 days (plenty of time to complete the transit

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Immunization Exemptions: The Rules & Laws Explained

The United States wiped out measles in 2000, but people still bring it into the country when they travel to Europe, Israel, or other regions of the world that have outbreaks.

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Neck Pillows: What You Need to Know

What the Research Shows. If you rely on research to guide your choices, you won’t find much agreement on neck pillows. One review of five studies, published in 2006, concluded that there wasn

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Crohn’s Kit: Items to Carry With You for a Flare

Hand Sanitizer. Soap and water are best for washing up after you go to the bathroom, but hand sanitizer will do in a pinch if the soap dispensers in a public restroom are empty. Use one that has

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9 Exercises for Carpal Tunnel that May Relieve Pain and

Exercise can help you relieve the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Learn the best exercises for carpal tunnel, how to get started, and how they help.

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6 Foods High in Lectins and Why to Avoid Them

A lectin, also known as the “antinutrient” is a type of protein that binds to certain carbohydrates. Just about every organism in the world, from plants to animals to microbes, contains lectins.

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'Do I Still Need to Wear a Mask if I've Already Had COVID-19

Let me jump right to business: Everyone needs to wear a face mask in public (and at home if you’re sick) -- even if you’ve already had COVID-19.. That’s because, while we had hoped that recovering from COVID would provide lifetime immunity -- that it would be a “one and done” type of virus, like measles -- that does not seem to be the case.

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Sleep Drugs Often Prescribed for Kids

Antihistamines were most often prescribed for the children's sleep problems, given in 33% of the visits, followed by blood pressure drugs (26%), benzodiazepines such as …

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Treating Chronic Constipation

Eat more fiber. Pack your plate with lots of veggies, fruits, and whole grains and don't eat too many low-fiber foods like dairy and meat. our plate with lots of veggies, fruits, and whole grains

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Baby Vaccine Schedule: What Shots Baby Needs and When

Kids get a booster shot with a different formulation (Tdap) at age 11 or 12, and then every 10 years as an adult. Hib vaccine protects against Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), a type of

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Mobile Vets: Housecall Veterinary Service for Dogs and Cats

A: I think cats are more comfortable in their homes. They usually don’t enjoy change and travel. I had an emergency call once from two women who were hysterical. They were moving and they swore their cat was sitting in the hall and wouldn’t let them or the movers into the house. They said, “We think he’s going to …

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