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Swat up for safe schoolies or Gap Year

4 November 2015

Travelvax Australia this week joined Australian health authorities in urging parents of Year 12 students to ensure their kids are vaccinated before travelling overseas for schoolies celebrations this month.

Space invaders

7 October 2015

By Dr Eddy Bajrovic*

Rabies: There are no short cuts

30 September 2015

By Dr Eddy Bajrovic*

Fever pitch: Why malaria still demands our respect

23 September 2015

By Dr Eddy Bajrovic*

There’s good news for Aussies planning to visit a malaria-infected country: The odds of avoiding the mosquito-borne disease have improved dramatically.

"Is there a doctor on board?"

16 September 2015

By Dr Eddy Bajrovic*

A crowded cabin is no place to get seriously sick.

Travel solution's not to be sneezed at

9 September 2015

By Tonia Buzzolini*

As every parent knows, kids and sniffles go together like toast and Vegemite (and can be just as messy!).

Travelling? Leave salad off the menu

2 September 2015

By Dr Eddy Bajrovic*

A leafy salad laden with freshly washed garden vegetables… It’s hard to imagine a healthier choice for lunch or dinner, right?

Preparing for Africa

26 August 2015

By Dr Eddy Bajrovic*

Got your sights set on Africa?

It’s one long Kodak Moment, from its vast northern deserts, to massive lakes and rivers teeming with birds, and snow-capped peaks towering above valleys and plains alive with wildlife.

My Cuba: See it (very) soon

19 August 2015

* By Ruth Anderson

Cuba is poised to emerge from its time warp.

So, if the Caribbean island famous for missiles (well, briefly), Castro, Hemmingway, cigars, and fabulous music is on your travel Bucket List, take my advice. Go soon.