J&J, Moderna COVID boosters began last Friday

[the_ad id=”576″] A second dose of the J&J vaccine was recommended for everyone who received their first dose at least two months ago. Last Thursday night, The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signed off on mix-and-match COVID-19 booster shots The committee said it could increase protection against the disease that is killing on averageContinue reading “J&J, Moderna COVID boosters began last Friday”

8 common International Travel Health problems most travelers are at high risk

[the_ad id=”576″] Moving to far places needs many preparations to help you adapting with the new atmosphere, climate, altitude, people and environment. Today we will discuss how to do that to enjoy a safe travel journey. 1- Motion Sickness Have you ever experienced one of the motion sickness symptoms while traveling abroad a cruise ship,Continue reading “8 common International Travel Health problems most travelers are at high risk”

U.S Public Health Recommendations Review of Routine Immunization

[the_ad id=”567″]Individuals should review of their immunization records with their physicians or medical providers as the first agenda item in travel preparation. Routine immunization should be evaluated, including Tetanus, Diphtheria, pertussis/Tetanus and Diphtheria (Tdap, Td), Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR); Polio; Varicella; Haemophilus Influenza Type B (HIB); Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B. Polio [the_ad id=”559″]Continue reading “U.S Public Health Recommendations Review of Routine Immunization”

The Ultimate Guide to Travel Health

[the_ad id=”567″]Your opinion worth more more, vote now! International travel Medicine is a future trend. It is increasingly looked on as an area of specialized practice. Those providing services to travelers need to be familiar with full array of interventions available to ensure the health of persons traveling abroad. Certification in Travel Medicine is nowContinue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Travel Health”