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Medical Info for Travellers
The International Society of Travel Medicine News Service, Click on the "News from WHO & CDC" section on the left menu.
This is the World Health Organisation’s excellent book International "Travel and Health". It gives country by country information on yellow fever and malaria as well as excellent general advice.
The American Centers for Disease Control travel site also has good general information.
This website from the renowned CIWEC Clinic in Kathmandu give excellent advice for travellers to Nepal. In particular the sections on diarrhoea, altitude sickness and malaria in Nepal are excellent.
This is The Asia Pacific Travel Health Society website, A regional network supporting and promoting travel medicine development.
This is another good site for information about altitude sickness.

General travel info
The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade safe travel website. This has updated travel warnings and is essential reading before any trip.
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs also has important travel advisories.
Lonely Planet for great general destination advice and contact with other travellers.
Rough Guides site, another good general site by the guide book publisher.

Finding Medical Care whilst Overseas
IAMAT is an organization worth joining before you travel. They have a list of affiliated doctors in most countries of the world.

Responsible Tourism
Tourism Concern is a UK based organization working to raise awareness of the negative impacts of tourism – economic , social, cultural and environmental, as well as offering alternatives and a code of responsible travel.
The International Porter Protection group is working to improve the health and safety conditions of mountain porters working in the tourism industry in Nepal, Pakistan, Africa and South America.

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