Travel Vaccines and Care Directory
Some common travel vaccinations include hepatitis A, polio, measles, whooping cough, yellow fever, typhoid, flu, malaria, and more. Vaccine recommendations vary by world region. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how diseases are contracted during travel, what vaccines are necessary, how to prepare for a travel problem, and much more.
WebMD explains traveler's diarrhea and how you can avoid it.
What Travel Immunizations Do You Need?
Which vaccines should you consider before international travel? WebMD provides a summary of what you'll need to stay healthy abroad.
What Adult Vaccines Do You Need?
Adults need immunizations, too. Find out which ones you may need.
Tips on Traveling With Diabetes
Important travel tips for people with diabetes.
Planes, Trains, and… Cold Viruses?
Wherever you go, however you get there, you always have traveling companions --germs. It's a travel health risk you can -- and can't -- avoid.
Summer Travel Health Advice
Looking for travel health advice? Our experts cover everything from SARS to avoiding blood clots so you can have a safe summer trip.
Travelers' Diarrhea: What You Need to Know
WebMD asks CDC expert Phyllis Kozarsky about travelers’ diarrhea and its causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment.
An Allergy-Free Vacation: It's Possible With Planning
Beaches and mountains are the best bet for allergy sufferers.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Travel Health: 25 Ways to Stay Well Abroad
Hepatitis, tetanus, flu, even typhoid fever lurk in the most beautiful destinations. WebMD shows how to protect your health from the South America to Asia.
Slideshow: 10 Tips to Make Holiday Travel Less Stressful
WebMD offers a slideshow with holiday travel tips to keep you as stress-free as possible.