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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.

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Travel vaccinations

Learn about why vaccinations are important before you travel.

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Safe travels! 10 tips for a healthy holiday

Travel can be great, but there are some risks involved, especially overseas. Make the most of your holiday and have a safe trip by using these health tips.

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Travelling to your healthcare appointment

Travelling to receive healthcare can be complex, time-consuming and costly. Here's how to help reduce these burdens through good planning.

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Zika virus

Learn about the Zika virus, and why it's advisable for pregnant women to avoid travelling to countries with outbreaks.

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Stay safe while flying with diabetes

If you live with diabetes and travel by plane, forward preparation is crucial. Use these tips on meals, insulin and emergency planning so you arrive safely.

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Breast cancer and financial support

If you have breast cancer, learn here about financial support for costs such as treatment, travel and accommodation, and childcare.

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Cosmetic dentistry

Trusted information about cosmetic dentistry from leading Australian health organisations, including links to teeth and travel health information.

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Motion sickness

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.

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Human growth hormone

Human growth hormone is a small protein that travels in the bloodstream to stimulate growth. Learn more about the medical uses of human growth hormone.

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Guide dogs

Guide dogs, also called seeing eye dogs, are animals trained to help people who are blind or visually impaired to travel safely.

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