Malaria – a perilous and potentially deadly condition that has an effect on people who travel to all parts of the planet rife with mosquitoes, malaria is known to cause about 655,000 deathseach year. With intensive awareness of the risks posed by malaria and the inner workings of the condition, visitors to parts of the earth as sub-Saharan Africa or Asia should not go to these places without taking an efficient malaria vaccine.
Author Archives: Dr Paul Conley
A condition that affects a large number of global sojourners – jet lag causes a large range of symptoms that can ruin time overseas and then make it challenging to come back to normality at home. The traveller’s body has an in-built “clock,” called the circadian rhythm, which pre-empts the cycle of day and night and prepares the body for sleep. It is this rhythm that can be thrown off course as the complication of jet lag.