Travelers' health: how to stay healthy all over the world
Richard M. Dawood
Random House Publishing Group, 1994 - Travel - 619 pages
The most authoritative and comprehensive guide available on the risks of disease, illness, and accident that travelers face--and the practical steps they can take to stay healthy. If prevention is the best cure, Travelers' Health is an unbeatable prescription for a safe and happy journey.
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