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Your Summer Travel Checklist

Everything you need to know to minimize health hazards abroad



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Planning a vacation you’ll remember for a lifetime? Make sure those memories won’t include common—but preventable—hazards and ailments that often come with traveling. So, don’t just pack your bags, take precautions. See our safe travel checklist here. If your trip includes fun in the sun, click here to see what to look for when choosing a sunscreen and tips on how to avoid skin cancer in the long run. 

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