Vacation Health

Vacation Health

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Vacation health? Isn’t any vacation a healthy thing? Almost always, according to the experts. Sometimes not, unless you have the information and preparation to prevent unwanted side effects.  Here’s health science you can use for travel and vacation activities.

Anybody who has traveled in locations where biotic dangers may lurk in the food and water, for example, may be interested in “The D Word,” with the latest and most complete information on how to deal with “traveler’s diarrhea,” as well as, of course, how to avoid it. In “Here Comes the Sun,” or Strategizing Your Sun Exposure, you can find the latest and most complete information on how to prevent burning, prematurely aging skin — and cancer. And in Deadly Dehydration, learn the science of dehydration’s physical impacts and guidelines for avoiding the kind of disaster that befell one hapless clown who pushed it too far.

Oh, that’s all fun to think about when you’re on vacation, right? More fun is thinking about Vacation Destinations

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What the … ?

Last month took my first backpacking trip since before I got plantar fasciitis, 16 miles and up to 11,500 feet in Colorado’s Flat Tops Wilderness. No heel pain, no problem. What the …? How did I emerge from the gloom of limping debilitation and come to this? More on that question on the home page of my plantar fasciitis Web site at:

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