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Ted Lankester
Sheldon Press; Revised ed. edition (November 22, 2007)
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Good Health, Good Travel: Complete Guide for Backpackers, Travellers, Volunteers and Other Overseas Workers. Kiran Martin, Ted Lankester, Beverley Booth. The Traveller's Good Health Guide. Urban Health & Development: A Practical Manual For Use In Developing Countries. Setting Up Community Health Programmes.

Lankester T. The Travellers ' Good Health Guide. A guide for backpackers, travellers, volunteers and overseas workers. 1st Ed. London, UK : Sheldon Press, 1999. however very revealing– mention in William George Browne’s book Travels in Africa, Egypt and Syria, from the years 1792 to 1798, London 1799, is presented and analyzed; . Browne was a traveller of English origin located in Constantinople and visiting the printing office of interest at the beginning of the year 1798 while the pamphlet was being printed

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The Travelers Good Health Guide by Dr Ted Lankester. The World's Most Dangerous Places by Robert Young Pelton, Coskun Aral and Wink Dulles. Medicine for Mountaineering by James Wilkerson. Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine by Jim Duff and Peter Gormly. Staying Healthy in Asia, Africa, & Latin America by Dirk Schroeder. The High Altitude Medicine Handbook by Andrew J Pollard and David R Murdoch. Traveller's Health by Dr Richard Dawood. Where There Is No Doctor by David Werner.

Travellers’ Health by Dr Richard Dawood. Prevention If trekking, build time into your schedule to acclimatise and ensure your guide knows how to recognise and deal with altitude sickness. Those heading to very remote areas may like to do a first-aid course, such as those offered by the American Red Cross and St John’s Ambulance. Morocco’s most popular trek, to Jebel Toubkal, reaches the 4167m summit relatively quickly, so many people may suffer even mildly. The longer treks in the M’Goun Massif also reach heights of around 4000m.

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by Ted Lankester (Author). A book of extreme value to those faced with the initiation, management and sustaining of health care programmes in developing countries. -Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

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An all-new edition of this Sheldon best-seller, this book gives essential health and well-being advice to long-stay travelers those being sent overseas by NGOs and Gap year students for example. Topics covered I include immunisations, malaria precautions and what you need to take with you, as well as essential guidelines on food, water and other threats to health. There is advice on how to recognize common diseases and what to do about them, as well as dealing with health checks and reverse culture shock when you return. Here is all the clear, concise information you need to know to stay healthy abroad.