Healthy Journey

What you need to know about inoculations before your next far-flung trip

Flu season may be long over in most parts of the U.S., but you still might need a flu shot if you're traveling abroad this summer. And that's just one of a growing battery of shots that older travelers need to think about these days. With the emergence of SARS and prevalence of other infectious diseases like pneumonia and typhoid fever, it pays to chat with your doctor about immunization before you board your next flight. "We're looking at vaccines in a whole new way, to be able to help travelers as much as we can in whatever destination they are...

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