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Want to pack for a healthy trip? A first aid kit is an essential part of that, and here’s what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say you should include in yours. They also recommend bringing other healthy-travel items with you.
Supplies to Prevent Illness or Injury
Be sure to check the Transportation Security Administration website for updates on permitted and prohibited items, including medicines that you are allowed to carry onto an airplane. Some items may not be allowed in other countries and could lead to severe penalties. It’s a good idea to check the Customs and Import Restrictions section of the U.S. Department of State Tips for Traveling Abroad. Also, be sure to check with the foreign embassy of the country you will be visiting or passing through to make sure your medicines are permitted in that country. You can also enroll in the Department of State Smart Traveler Enrollment Program to get the latest safety updates and help in an emergency.
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