Many of you will know the excitement felt when planning and packing for your travel holidays. Although, for most, getting your holiday jabs or taking medical treatments might not be your most favourite thing, to do so is a necessity. And now, it is confirmed, so is getting sleep!
Malaria remains one of the world’s most infectious and deadly parasitic infections, estimated to claim the lives of over half a million people every year based on findings from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Fortunately, there is an interesting method that could eradicate the spread of the parasite completely.
Travelling around the world is immensely exciting and can provide long lasting memories. Whether you’re planning a safari adventure in Africa, an oriental exploration through Asia or simply visiting a new part of your own country; it’s bound to be great.
You shouldn’t forget though to look after yourself and your health while you’re away. Avoiding health issues abroad will make the journey all the more better and enjoyable. Here are some helpful...
Malaria is an infectious disease that any potential tourist or globe trotter has heard of at least once. The disease is very common in tropical regions of the world and is known to affect millions of people every year.
New information however, found in a study published in the Lancet medical journal, suggests that the original estimated mortality rate is dangerously inaccurate.