Motion (or travel) sickness occurs when you feel unwell due to being in a moving vehicle. It is a normal response and can generally be prevented.
Nausea is the feeling you get when you think you will vomit. It's not usually a sign of anything serious, and you can take steps to make yourself feel better.
Vomiting in adults is usually not a sign of anything serious and tends to only last one or two days. Learn the causes and when to seek medical advice.
Underlying causes of vomiting
There are many causes of vomiting, including gastroenteritis, pregnancy, migraine, appendicitis, labyrinthitis. Find out what can cause vomiting.
Healthy holiday tips — infographic
No matter who you are or which country you’re visiting, it’s important to think about your health as you travel or prepare for a trip. You might find the healthy holiday tips in this infographic useful.
Vertigo is a sensation of movement or spinning, tilting or swaying when your body is not actually moving. It is most commonly caused by benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). Learn about the symptoms, causes and treatments.
Vomiting in children
Learn more about the causes of vomiting in children, and use these handy tips to help alleviate the symptoms.
Travel health advice
Going overseas? Here are some tips on how to stay well during your holiday, including tips on food and water safety, insect risks and vaccinations.