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Those Legs Were Made for Walking : Avoiding DVT

Anyone who has worn a cast for an extended period of time knows that the body needs to move to stay healthy. Unused muscles atrophy. Joints stiffen. read more

Jet Lag—New Approaches to an Old Problem

Although the ease of international travel has increased, jet lag remains a common problem. A study by The Upjohn Company reported that 94% of long-haul travelers experience it, while another survey found that 9 out of 10 flight attendants complain of jet lag, despite their familiarity with international travel. read more

Preparing for a Healthy Overseas Assignment

Of the many goals that expatriates, accompanying family members, and employers have for an international assignment, none is more important than having a safe and healthy experience both abroad and upon repatriation. As with any business objective, the key is careful preparation, in this case oriented to health and safety. read more

Traveling with HIV Disease

Patients with HIV disease who travel abroad may encounter some unique risks. Some pre-travel vaccinations may be inappropriate for HIV positive travelers. The risk of acquiring infections abroad may be higher. read more