People planning international travel often ask their health care providers about the use of complementary or integrative health approaches for travel-related illnesses and conditions. Some of these approaches for travel-related health problems are promoted widely in advertising or marketed on the Internet. However, little of this information is supported by research evidence, and some of it is misleading or false. This issue of the Digest focuses on what scientifically credible research says about some of the herbal remedies, dietary supplements, and other complementary health approaches frequently suggested for travel-related ailments and hazards.
What the Science Says:
Travel-Related Ailments and Complementary Health Approaches
Learn what current research has to say about: