Today is World AIDS Day. Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth looks at travellers’ sexual health – and what we can all do to guard against bringing home unwanted souvenirs
This week's travel health news, including random attacks in Kenya, earthquake advice in Turkey, a rabies outbreak in Bolivia and more
This week's travel health news including advice for travellers affected by the widespread flooding in South East Asia
This week's travel health news, including rabies, measles and more
This week's travel health news, including dengue fever, rabies, how to stay safe in Thailand's flooded areas and more
This week's travel health news, including dengue fever, yellow fever and how to stay safe when you're travelling
This week's travel health news from Nomad includes: encephalitis in India, measles outbreak in New Zealand, hand and foot disease in Malaysia and more
Weekly round-up of the world's travel health news from Nomad including malaria in Colombia, chikungunya in India, dengue fever in Brazil and more
Weekly round-up of the world's travel health news from Nomad including E-coli in Europe, Ebola in Uganda, Rabies in India and Bubonic Plague in the US
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This week's world health news from Nomad including: rabies in Bali, malaria in Greece, measles in France and more
This week's world health news from Nomad. An India and South East Asia round-up including: hand, foot and mouth disease, malaria and more
This week's world health news from Nomad including: tick borne encephalitis in Sweden, an update of the malaria outbreak in Greece and dengue fever in Cambodia
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Cholera, consumption, bubonic plague... While these ailments sound archaic, they still exist – and some are on the up, says Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth
We’re so used to long-distance flying these days that few of us consider the health risks involved, but should we be more alert? Dr Jane Wilson-Howarth slips on her flight socks to find out
India is rich in culture and life – but there are some cultures and some life that you really want to avoid. Here we highlight the subcontinent's biggest risks