Medical tourism is rising throughout the world.  You can have a knee operation done and spend the rest of the day on the beach.

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Tags: Medical tourism · Travel Advice · Travel Destinations · World Cities

Taxis define cities.  Here is a fun article from the New Zealand Herald.

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It is fairly common for capsule or tablet medications to contain lactose.  If you are lactose intolerant (or milk allergic), please keep this in mind.

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Tags: Drug allergies · Food & Travel Safety · Medical Conditions

Food safety and food quality is an issue for all of us but especially for those with life-threatening allergies.

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A customer travels to Morocco and offers feedback on nuts allergies

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Tags: Allergies · Food Allergies · Morocco · Travel Advice

A NY Times editorial complains about food labeling for gluten free.  The author obviously doesn't understand food challenges.   But we found one unnecessary food allergy label.  In bird seed!

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Researchers are working with the agriculture industry in India to develop low carb rice to address a growing diabetes population in a country where 80% of the people eat rice as part of their daily diet.

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A customer travels to Korea and offers feedback on language, eating customs and his egg allergies.

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Tags: Allergies · Food Allergies · Korea · Languages · Travel Advice · Travel Destinations

Honeybees are dying in great numbers and this seemingly insignificant situation could have a gigantic impact on our future diet - from fruits and vegetables to meat.  What do we have in common?

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Tags: Allergies · Asthma · Diabetes · Drug allergies · Food Allergies

Mireille Schwartz's new book references SelectWisely food allergy translation cards.

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Tags: Food Allergies