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How to keep in contact with friends and loved ones when it's necessary to limit our physical nearness because of coronavirus.
UH Rainbow pediatric infectious disease specialist Amy Edwards, MD, explains why the U.S. Centers for Disease Control now recommends wearing a cloth face mask.
This past year, measles has made a resurgence in the United States and throughout the world. What you need to know to avoid getting measles -- or bringing the disease back home.
International corporate travel can be risky business. An employee who gets sick while traveling can mean a loss of productivity and a cost to your business. How you can help keep your employees healthy when traveling abroad.
It sounds so exciting: A safari in Africa … rafting down the Nile … shopping in Nairobi. But be sure to think about taking the necessary precautions to stay healthy and well while traveling -- including the right vaccines.
Countries where yellow fever is prevalent require travelers to provide proof of vaccination via a certificate in order to pass through customs and enter the country. Travelers only need to be vaccinated once during their lifetime.
For older adults, travel is good for the body and mind. But older travelers should take extra precautions to safeguard their health before, during and after the journey.