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Author: U.S.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)

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Regular podcast of health information for travelers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
12 Episodes
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Este pódcast está diseñado para ayudar a las personas a reducir el riesgo de que se les formen coágulos de sangre durante viajes de trayectos largos de cuatro horas o más.
Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep Vein Thrombosis

2012-04-0503:41

This podcast discusses the risk for deep vein thrombosis in long-distance travelers and ways to minimize that risk.
Flu and Holiday Travel

Flu and Holiday Travel

2010-12-1303:02

This podcast explains the ways people can stay healthy and avoid the flu when traveling this winter.
This podcast provides health and safety recommendations for travelers to South Africa.
Malaria is a serious mosquito-borne disease that can lead to death. This podcast discusses malaria risk when traveling to tropical areas, as well as how to protect yourself and your family from malaria infection.
Malaria is a serious mosquito-borne disease that can lead to death. This podcast discusses malaria risk when traveling to tropical areas, as well as how to protect yourself and your family from malaria infection.
This podcast gives tips for safe and healthy travel to China for the 2008 Olympic Games.
La subdivisión de la salud del viajero y de importación de animales se complace en presentar estos consejos de viaje y les desea a todos un viaje sano y salvo.
This podcast gives international travelers simple tips on how they can be proactive, prepared, and protected when planning a trip abroad.
This year (2007) CDC is receiving a great many reports of cases of Dengue fever, which is spread by mosquitoes. This podcast discusses ways travelers to the tropics can protect themselves from mosquito bites.
The number of international adoptions, many from developing countries, has doubled in the last 10 years. This podcast discusses ways adoptive families can protect their own health and the health of their new children.
Each year over 55,000 people die because of rabies, mostly from being bitten by rabid dogs. Over half of all rabies infections occur in children under the age of 15 who live in developing countries, but travelers are not immune. This podcast discusses some of the activities that put travelers at risk for rabies and describes ways to prevent infection.
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