1. Most popular anti-malarial drugs for travel

    The Best Anti-Malarial Drugs For Travel

    Visiting warmer regions of the world is one of the great pleasures in life. Well, except for those pesky mosquitoes that love to feast on our skin while we’re there! You might think a mosquito bite is just an itchy irritant, but in some cases they can be deadly. Several serious illnesses are spread by mosquitoes, and it only takes one bite to become infected. Malaria is one of the most common diseases carried by mosquitoes and is found in tropical regions like the Pacific Islands, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and South America. It’s spread by female mosquitoes after they have bitten a person who had the malaria parasite present in their blood.The symptoms of malaria can mimic other illnesses so it can sometimes be hard to notice. If you suspect you have malaria or were exposed to it, you need to get treatment as soon as possible as malaria can quickly become deadly.

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  2. Comprehensive guide to understanding chlamydia

    Chlamydia: All You Need To Know

    Chlamydia is one of the most commonly spread sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the UK. Caused by the bacteria chlamydia trachomatis, it’s spread through sexual contact and activity. Left untreated, it can cause serious complications like pelvic inflammatory disorder, testicular swelling, and infertility. Catching the infection early is key to preventing more serious symptoms developing. Luckily, chlamydia can be easily and successfully treated. Many of these treatments are available to buy online in the UK from us.

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  3. The ultimate guide for preventing malaria while traveling

    Traveller's Tips For Preventing Malaria

    Malaria is a disease that causes a high fever, chills, and muscle pain. More commonly found in Africa, Central America, South America, and Asia, it’s spread through the bites of infected mosquitoes. Whenever cases are reported in the UK or other western countries, it’s usually because of recent travel to areas where malaria is found.

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