Health & Travel Insurance

This supplement could save your life on your next flight

POSTED March 23rd 2019 BY Travel Writer
No doubt you’ve heard about developing deep vein thrombosis or DVT in your legs during a long flight. It can be a life-threatening blood clot that travels through your bloodstream to your lungs causing a pulmonary embolism. A pulmonary embolism can block blood flow and be fatal. Signs of potential DVT include swelling of the ankles and/or legs and can be very uncomfortable. Good news,...
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Visit a Doctor Specialized in Travel Medicine Before Your Next Trip

POSTED February 13th 2019 BY Travel Writer
What is the difference between a travel medicine physician and a general practitioner? While your regular doctor may have knowledge about what diseases you may encounter when you travel, healthcare professionals at travel clinics are specifically educated on the many various health problems you may encounter around the world. Travel clinics specialize in vaccinations for Meningitis, Polio, Typhoid, and Yellow Fever to name only a few...
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PillMap What is it? and Why You Shouldn’t Travel Without it!

POSTED February 11th 2019 BY Travel Writer
Welcome to Kimber Westmore, inventor of the PillMap a new and clever item to simplify life and travel. Read how the PillMap solves a problem for people taking multiple medications with a management system that easily updates as medications change. This could be a lifesaver! Article by Kimber Westmore PillMapTM – Don’t Fly Without it!  Did you know that 43 percent of Americans take at...
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Over the Counter Meds You Should Always Pack

POSTED January 8th 2019 BY Travel Writer
It never fails if you’re going to get sick while away from home and it’ll happen at night when the stores are closed or somewhere when you’re a distance from a town with a drug store, and the worst scenario is it happens at night in a foreign country where you don’t speak the language. So be prepared to alleviate your symptoms or cure your ills by...
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Renting Cars with Credit Cards

POSTED April 22nd 2017 BY Beth Williams
Many travelers prefer to pay for rental cars with credit cards. In fact, if you don’t have a major credit card, you may find that some car rental companies will not rent you a car, or will require a large cash deposit to cover any potential damage. Are you covered? You may even save money when you rent a car using a credit card, since...
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Understanding The Different Types Of Travel Insurance

POSTED February 10th 2017 BY Travel Writer
Travel Insurance is your backpack plan. Even the best thought-out plans may be interrupted by circumstances out of your control, think political unrest, global or personal financial troubles, health emergencies as well as natural disasters. So when planning your flights and hotels be sure to put travel insurance on your planning check-list too, for peace of mind. Insurance will help you recover expenses should you be...
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Travel Insurance – Read The Small Print Or You May Waste Your Money

POSTED November 4th 2015 BY Beth Williams
You’ve probably taken out a travel insurance policy on a previous trip, or you are considering the purchase of one for an upcoming trip. You’re patting yourself on the back for doing the responsible thing, by taking out travel insurance. You think you’ve given both you and your loved ones the peace of mind knowing that if anything happens to go wrong you’re covered. Obviously, you...
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