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7 facts you might not know about diabetes (1)

9th November, 2017 Medical Advice

In honour of World Diabetes Day on 14 November, we've prepared a short blog setting out seven key facts about diabetes you might not be aware of, including advice on how to prevent and manage this disease.

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5 things you need to know about the Zika virus

10th February, 2017 Medical Advice

As news stories about the spread of the Zika virus begin to recede, many people are still concerned about whether they should travel to those areas that have reported cases of the virus. Whether you’re living in or planning travel to an affected country, here’s the top five things you need to know.

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Taking the sting out of healthcare abroad

12th May, 2016 Expat Life , Medical Advice

The only thing worse that getting sick, is getting sick in a foreign country. But falling ill abroad isn’t the end of the world if you’ve done your homework and know what to do.

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Valuable information about MERS for our customers

11th June, 2015 Medical Advice

Information provided by AXA Assistance GroupThe emergence of the viral illness caused by the novel Coronavirus, MERS-CoV that first appeared in the Arabian Peninsula in 2012, is attracting increased

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Expat life – What to do if you get pregnant?

22nd November, 2013 Medical Advice

Planning cuts even the biggest challenges down to size. Making a firm plan involved thinking about what you want to do, involving the people who matter and putting in place contingency plans just in case things change. Then you can relax and enjoy the experience better.

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Expat life – What to do if you get sick – A spotlight on managing chronic conditions

18th October, 2013 Medical Advice

If you become seriously ill in your home country, you know exactly what to do. You’re familiar with the healthcare system and you probably feel safe, at ease with what needs to be done, when, where and by whom. But what if you suffer a chronic disease as an expat, while living abroad? And what’s the statistical risk of it happening to you?

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