Water And International Travel

Dr. Williams' Travel Guide

…you're planning to travel abroad. Most cases of "tourista" (traveler's diarrhea) are caused by Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria. The problem is most common for those traveling to Latin America, Asia, Africa, South America and the Middle East. As many as 50% of U.S. citizens traveling to developing countries…

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Protecting Your Family From Infection

…chest. Citricidal is an extract of grapefruit seeds. It’s one item I wouldn’t be caught without when I travel, because just a few drops of it in a container of water will make the water safe to drink. (At least as far as bacteria are concerned. It won’t do anything about pesticides, chemicals…

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Breathe Easier With Eucalyptus Oil

…and is very effective. It comes in a handy spray bottle, and when I travel on long flights, I mist a couple of squirts into a tissue and inhale the fumes several times. Even if you aren’t planning to take any long international flights, V-Vax can be used in any situation when you’re required to…

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Instant Solutions

…of water and forcing it down the animal's throat. Then, take your pet to the vet and ask that it be given a Vitamin K shot. Most rat poisons work by eliminating the animal's ability to stop bleeding. After ingesting the anticoagulants and consuming water, the animal bleeds to death internally. Vitamin…

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