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15 September / TravelHealth
While traveling is one of the best experiences to have, even multiple times a year, there is one annoying thing about it (besides packing): Jet lag is a common issue for people that travel through multiple time zones. And it never really gets easier. Jet lag can be exhausting, which is why supplementing your diet with essential micronutrients may be one of the best solutions to the problem. But what are the top vitamins for jet lag and how do you figure out a proper supplement regime?
09 September / FamilyHealth

Iodine plays an essential role in the synthesis of thyroid hormones necessary for normal growth, development, and metabolism. Iodine deficiency results in low thyroid hormone production which leads to poor metabolism, reduced intellectual ability, goiter (swollen neck), and many other health problems. This article is a compilation of everything you need to know about iodine deficiency. Read on to equip yourself with essential knowledge and prevention strategies.

22 August / TravelHealth

Traveling is both a great joy and a significant stressor. When travelling for business, your mind is on your work. When travelling for pleasure, you have the chance to get out and explore a new or well-loved part of the world, your mind is going to focus on your itinerary, tour destinations, and next meal. And that’s how traveling should be! Still, there are a lot of essential things you need to keep track of while you are traveling, and taking care of yourself should always be a priority. One of the most important things to keep track of is your medicine. To make it easy, we always recommend using a travel pill case.

05 August / TravelHealth
We all know someone who loves to travel, and especially when it comes to family, there comes a time when we want to get them a gift that they will like, which will also help them stay healthy. In this guide we’ve identified 7 gift categories that encourage someone to fully embrace their frequent-travel lifestyle, while also helping them take better care of themselves. These are the 7 best gift ideas to help your loved ones stay healthy while travelling.
17 July / TravelHealth

Carrying around pills in the blister packs that they come in can be a nightmare. The pills pop out really easily, and you end up with them all at the bottom of your bag or pocket. The orange containers medications come in aren’t ideal either as they’re so easily identifiable. Pill organizers can help, but if you’re a fan of the outdoors you’re going to be exposed to the elements, so you need one that’s waterproof. That’s where this roundup can help.