Flying for the holidays? It’s not just your imagination – air travel can zap your energy, dry your skin and make various body parts feel different or weird. Here’s how to feel your best at cruising altitude.
Are you planning a trip or vacation? If you have heart disease, it’s especially important to do some advance planning. Get expert tips on how to travel safely.
If you have diabetes, here’s what you need to know for safer road trips. Experts say it’s important to understand your symptoms, plan ahead and keep food easily accessible in your car.
Bed bugs, while not dangerous, tend to create panic wherever they turn up. Protect yourself and your home with a little bit of knowledge and these common-sense precautions.
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Everyone enjoys a little indulgence while relaxing on vacation. But if you’re not careful, you might be bringing home more than a tan and a suitcase of souvenirs, a new study says. You could be carrying a little extra pudge.
Travel can be a challenge if you have a medical condition or other health concerns. But that doesn’t mean you have to stay home. Check out our guide to staying healthy while you travel.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has expanded the list of countries that pregnant women should avoid traveling to because of high infection rates of the Zika virus.
Check out these tips that will allow you to travel with peace of mind.
You don’t have to let a cheeseburger at the rest stop or a cinnamon roll at the airport bust your diet when you travel. With a little knowledge and advance planning, you can eat right on the road.
You can fight traveler’s constipation or diarrhea by following your normal diet and exercise routine, drinking plenty of water and getting rest.