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Student Travel Safety and Health and Travel Emergencies

Learn here how to stay healthy and safe on your trip with advice on travel safety and health and travel emergencies. Remember that following the same precautions you do in your own hometown usually ensures a trouble-free trip: keep your wallet hidden and don't eat food featuring live flies! Get lists of US embassies and other government travel emergency help, too.
  1. Safe Student Travel (29)
  2. Travel Emergencies (20)
  3. Healthy Student Travel (41)

Travel Immunizations - Travel Shots and Immunizations
Travel immunizations - travel shots and immunizations - do I need travel immunizations or shots for travel? What kind of travel immunizations do I need? Get the sanswers about travel vaccinations.

Medical Help From the U.S. Government for International Travelers
Learn how the U.S. Department of State can provide you with medical assistance while you're traveling internationally.

Student Travel Safety Overview
Plan safe student travel and avoid being the victim of street crime or falling into corrupt government officals' hands by following a few safety precautions. Learn how to plan for a hassle free student trip here.

Travel First Aid Kit - Travel First Aid Kit Supplies
Travel First Aid Kit - travel first aid kit supplies student travelers may want to consider. Not intended to be medical advice -- just a list of what I keep in my travel first aid kit and where to get it.

Tips for Women Travelers
Get the 411 on staying safe internationally and address your special concerns as a woman traveler with 14 women travel safety tips.

International Emergency Numbers
Listing of international emergency phone numbers. Handy -- write the emergency phone numbers in your travel journal for the countries you'll be visiting.

CDC Yellow Book - Health Information International Travel CDC
CDC's Yellow Book 2005-2006: travelers' health and safety tips - immunizations, vaccinations, travel hazards, wild animal attacks, disease prevention (mad cow disease, river blindness, plague, yellow fever, malaria), travelers' health risks and diseases by country or world area.

International Emergency Numbers
Listing of international emergency phone numbers. Handy -- write the emergency phone numbers in your travel journal for the countries you'll be visiting.

What to Take in Your First Aid Kit

Dealing With Homesickness
Homesickness affects everyone who travels and can be debilitating when it hits. Find out coping mechanisms and ways to quickly recover from it.

How to Keep Your Money Safe While Traveling
Tips and advice on how to reduce your risk of being mugged while you're traveling, from dummy wallets to clothing with concealed pockets.

How to Keep Your Stuff Safe in Hostels
While hostels are generally very safe for backpacks, thefts can occasionally occur. Here's how to minimize the risk of having your valuables stolen from a dorm room.

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