Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Staying Safe on Holiday

From sunburn and sexually transmitted infections to personal safety, always be prepared.
A bad bout of diarrhoea or mosquito bites can wreck your holiday. Discover how to avoid problems and what to do if the worst happens.
  • Bites - some animals and insects can carry infectious diseases
  • Diarrhoea - avoid letting an upset tummy spoil your holiday
  • Skiing injuries - hit the slopes prepared
  • Illness post-holiday - sometimes symptoms of an illness are delayed until you're back home

Make yourself a check-list, whether it's the necessary vaccinations, a repeat prescription or insect bite treatment, so you're well prepared.
Don't let ill-health spoil your holiday or travels. With a bit of preparation before you go, and avoiding the common illnesses while you're away, you'll have a safe, healthy holiday.

1 comment:

  1. You have seen many posters written stay happy, stay safe. These points should not be underestimated because these are written just because of our safety. like on holidays people go out with their family and friends, and it is possible to become a crowd. In this crowd, anything can happen. Recently, we friends were about to go out on holiday but I couldn’t make it because I have to make a dissertation on sociology of education, and I have to research the sociology of education dissertation topics for my dissertation assignment. unfortunately, they got an accident.