When you’re traveling and have eye problems, how do you know which symptoms could be potentially serious? The US Travel Insurance Association advises that, while itchy and red eyes may be common, some conditions, such as cuts, scratches, objects in the eye, and blunt injuries to the eye or eyelid, require emergency medical treatment.
When temperature and humidity soar, travelers — particularly children, the elderly, those with chronic medical conditions, and people who are substantially overweight – may be prone to heat stroke. Even young and healthy individuals can be vulnerable if they are too active.
This year, the US National Parks alone will have nearly 298 million recreational visits, according to the National Parks Service. The TRIP Information Center suggests the following tips to help ensure a safe and memorable vacation