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Travel ache image How to Prevent and Ease the Aches and Pains of Traveling

You stood in line for an hour getting through security, only to be crammed into an airplane with seats the size of a first-grader’s school desk. What do you do about the dull ache in your lower back, the knots in your neck, and the cramps in your arms and legs?

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Vaccines

It is important to make sure that you receive proper vaccination prior to traveling, especially if you are traveling to areas where the risk of getting a certain disease is high. Here is information on some vaccines to consider before traveling:

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