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Dengue Awareness: Essential Tips for Travelers in Nepal

dengue mosquito image

Dengue is a viral infection caused by five types of viruses (DENV) belonging to the Flavivirdae family. The viruses are transmitted through the bite of infected Aëdes aegypti and Aëdes albopictus female mosquitoes that feed both indoors and outdoors during the daytime (from dawn to dusk).

Health risk of Air pollution for travellers in Nepal

Health risk of Air pollution for travelers in Nepal

Outdoor air pollution (a mix of chemicals, particulate matter, and biological materials that react with each other) contributes to breathing problems, chronic diseases, increased hospitalization, and premature mortality.


factors affecting mental health during travelling abroad

Travel is enjoyable, but there is no doubt that it can be stressful. Even if you don’t have a prior history of mental illness, travel stress, mood changes, anxiety and other mental health concerns can unexpectedly affect you and potentially disrupt your trip.

Safe Eating and Drinking Practices for Travelers in Nepal

Safe Eating and Drinking Practices for Travelers in Nepal

Globalized food production and shipping are making it harder for consumers to know if their food and water is safe. Traveller should be aware that food and water contamination not only occurs through improper food handling or poor hygiene practices

What is Cholera what are its symptoms and prevention of Cholera

cholera symptoms

Cholera is an acute gastro-intestinal infection caused by Vibrio cholerae bacteria. It is primarily associated with contaminated water, food, especially raw or undercooked fish and shellfish. The bacteria are found worldwide and are typically transmitted from person to person via the fecal-oral route – an infected person who does not practice proper hand or body hygiene passes the infection to another person when handling food and water

How to Prevent Altitude Sickness While Travelling in Nepal

Altitude Sickness in Nepal

The stresses of the high-altitude environment include cold, low humidity, increased ultraviolet radiation, and decreased air pressure, all of which can cause problems for travelers. The primary concern, however, is hypoxia. At 10,000 ft (3,000 m), for example, the inspired PO2 is only 69% of sea-level value.

Diet To Prevent Altitude Illness

High Altitude Image of Mountains in Nepal

A hiking, biking or ski trip to the mountains may sound like a vacation from heaven, but a bout of altitude sickness can cause a rapid descent into the depths of Hades.

Healthy Travel Packing List to visit Nepal

Tourist enjoying in Nepal

You may not be able to purchase and pack all of these items, and some may not be relevant to you and your travel plans. Talk to your doctor about which items are most important for you.

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