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Summer Tips For Travelling


It’s vacation time and also travel time. Vacation is accompanied with risks and chances of picking food infection while traveling. The hospitality and food business are at its peak in summer holiday season. There are some things to keep in mind to keep infection at bay:

  • The risk of infection increases due to food cooked in large quantity, freezing it, again and again reheating it can prone to bacterial infection.
  • Apart from that non-hygienic water, poor sanitation, poor storage facility and bad disposal management increases the chances of food infection.
  • Avoid cut and peeled roadside fruits and vegetables which are pre-exposed to flies.
  • Above things can upset stomach and cause gastroenteritis consisting of vomiting, pain in stomach and abdomen, diarrhea and chances of getting prone to typhoid and jaundice.
  • Always be hydrated and drink boiled water while travelling.
  • Always carry important medications and doctor’s prescription to avoid situations of vomiting, loose motions etc.
  • Immunization is advised if you are travelling to other countries, where there are chances to prone infections.



What Should Be Present In Your Home First-aid Kit?

First aid is important in emergency cases. Emergencies take place all around us, in all phases of life. Someone may be injured at work, school or at home. When this happens, first aid essentials will endow anyone around the injured person to decrease the danger posed by the accident. We shall check it out what things should be included in first aid kit:

  • Analgesics
  • Allergy medication
  • Anti-nausea medication
  • Diarrhea medication
  • Anti-biotic cream and ointment
  • Antiseptics and disinfectants
  • Gauze bandage, pressure bandage and elastic bandage
  • Sterile pads
  • Clear adhesive film
  • Scissors
  • Thermometer
  • Tweezers
  • Vinyl protective gloves
  • Instant cold packs
  • Insect repellant
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Blanket
  • Calamine lotion
  • Any prescription drugs that are regularly taken by family members.

First aid kid should always be kept within the reach of all family members. You can request First Aid kit from our site too. Click here.



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