Category Travel Vaccines
Planning to travel overseas this summer? Depending on your destination, you may need specific vaccines before you travel. Some types of international travel, especially to developing countries and rural areas, may have higher health risks depending on your destination, activities planned during traveling, your current health, and your vaccination history.
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Planning to travel overseas this summer? Before any international travel, it is important to talk with a healthcare professional about recommended vaccines, depending on the country or countries you will be visiting. Vaccines can help protect you against a number of serious diseases, including typhoid and yellow fever, which are found in some developing countries.
The month of August has been designated as National Immunization Awareness Month. As a partnering organization, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) is helping to promote the importance of immunization in keeping our communities healthy. Family traditions, a grandmother’s quilt, or the love of books should be passed on – but no one wants to pass […]
Are you planning an overseas vacation this summer? Depending on the destination, you may need to think about recommended vaccines for you and your kids. Here are a few tips you should keep in mind to ensure that vaccine-preventable diseases do not stand in the way of your summer fun. See a healthcare provider: Your […]
Special thanks to Jay S. Keystone, MD of the University of Toronto and Toronto General Hospital for this guest blog post on travel vaccines. Dr. Keystone will be a featured speaker at the NFID 2013 Fall Clinical Vaccinology Course, November 15-17, 2013 in Cambridge, MA. Recently, in my travel clinic, I asked a patient when he was […]