Protect yourself by learning which vaccines or steps of
safety are beneficial for the area you're visiting. To give vaccines time to work, see your doctor four to six weeks before your trip.
1. Polio Booster.
This disease is still active in many parts of Africa and Asia. The germs can be spread through food, water, and contact with someone who is infected.
2. Rabies Vaccine.
Rabies is found all over the world and is spread through animal bites. Street dogs in Africa, Asia, and South America are the biggest problem for
travelers, followed by monkeys living among the temples of Asia.
3. Typhoid fever is a serious infection common in the developing world. It's caused by
bacteria that can be found in food or drinks. About 5,700 people in the U.S. Get typhoid fever every year -- most while visiting Asia, South America, or Africa
Malaria is a disease carried by mosquitoes. It's most common in sub-Saharan Africa, but also occurs in parts of South Asia and South America. If you're headed to that part of the world, ask your doctor about the pros and cons of drugs that prevent the disease.
5. Dengue Fever.
Dengue fever is the most common cause of fever in travelers returning from the Caribbean, South Central Asia, and Central America. There is no vaccine, but you can lower your chances when you travel by protecting yourself against mosquito bites.
6. Tuberculosis (TB) is more common in Asia and the sub-Saharan Africa; it's spread when a contagious person coughs. If you think you may have been exposed,it's important to get a skin test. Quick treatment is the key to avoiding problems.
7. Hepatitis A.
One of the great pleasures of international travel is trying all kinds of exotic foods. Unfortunately, dirty food or water can spread infections, including hepatitis A. This viral infection, which causes liver inflammation, is common throughout the developing world.
8. Hepatitis B. The hepatitis B virus also causes liver inflammation, but is spread through blood or other body fluids infected with the virus. The CDC recommends the hepatitis B vaccine for all travelers especially for adventurous travelers...
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