Travel advice

Whether its travel vaccines, malaria medication or advice on travelling safely, we’re here for you with advice, no matter where you’re going. We all know jet lag can be a real pain if you’re travelling for work or just want to make the most of your holiday from day 1. So, we’ve got some advice on how to beat jet lag and possible jet lag treatments that might help you adjust to a new time zone. We’ve also got a range of articles about how malaria is spread, how to prevent catching malaria, symptoms to watch out for and the best way to avoid mosquito bites.


Advice on travel medicines & vaccines

  • Mosquito on skin
    Mosquito on skin

    An in depth guide to malaria

    Malaria is carried and spread by mosquitos. It's a tropical disease that can be fatal if left untreated. Read more

  • Hand holding 3 different types of pill
    Hand holding 3 different types of pill

    Difference between malaria tablets

    Malaria tablets are essential if you are visiting countries in which the disease is widespread. But there are a variety of different types. Read more

  • Vaccine being drawn out of vial by syringe
    Vaccine being drawn out of vial by syringe

    What is hepatitis B?

    Hepatitis B is a virus spread through bodily fluids that infects the liver, and can cause flu-like symptoms, nausea and jaundice. Read more

Advice for flying

  • Man asleep in airport
    Man asleep in airport

    Is jet lag worse travelling east rather than west?

    Jet lag is when your normal sleep pattern is disturbed after a long flight. But does the direction you travel impact jet lag? Read more

  • Pregnant lady in airport
    Pregnant lady in airport

    Travelling while pregnant

    It's good to discuss your travel plans with your doctor or midwife before booking your trip to ensure it is safe to travel. Read more

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