Nutrition Health Review

Summer 2017

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Summer 2017 • Volume 116 23 Nutrition Health Review ten safety tips When traveling Abroad by Julia e. eckert 1. Remember that 911 doesn't work outside of the united states. Wherever you go, find out what the local emergency hotlines are and save them to your phone (preferably on speed dial). Also research the nearest U.S. embassies or consulates and save those addresses and phone numbers (usatoday.com). 2. Look left first before crossing the road in left-driving countries. It's a simple thing to do, but it could save your life. 3. Adopt the look of a local. Do some research about the local fashion, and dress accordingly. Thieves are always looking for targets who stand out as tourists (ordinarytraveler.com). 4. Consider purchasing a money belt. Pickpocketing and petty thievery are the most common types of crime to fall victim to when traveling abroad. A money belt allows you to strap your valuables and cash to your body, beneath your clothing, and away from pickpockets (ricksteves.com). 5. Print out an extra copy of your itinerary (no matter how simple) and give it to a family member or friend who will be staying at home. Check in with them at least once a day (usatoday.com). 6. Be sure you have multiple copies of your passport. Print a copy to carry with you, print a copy and leave it with someone at home, and take a photo of it and email the photo to yourself. If your passport is lost, it will be much easier to acquire a replacement. 7. Be alert when using AtMs. Do not talk to anyone who approaches you until you are finished. Cover the keypad with your hand. Be vigilant for signs of tampering (ricksteves.com). 8. Review the escape routes and emergency protocol of your hotel, if you're staying in one. If a fire or other emergency occurs, you'll be prepared instead of panicked. 9. Before you leave, check out the state department's smart traveler enrollment Program (steP) page, where you can register your travel plans. This will make it easier for government officials to contact you in the event of an emergency, whether it's a natural disaster, an emergency back home, or civil unrest (https://step.state.gov/step/). 10. Always bring an emergency kit with you on a road trip at home or abroad. This should include a backup battery for your phone, a first-aid kit, reflective warning signs, blankets, non-perishable food, a tire gauge, a flashlight, bottled water (usatoday.com). NHR sudoku Answer Key benefits. HA has been in use now f or well over 20 years, and its popularity has led to further research into its biostimulatory effects. HA has been proven to improve skin elasticity and complexion radiance when utilized a s an injectable filler. Conclusion. Drinking water alone won't provide the plump, radiant skin that we all strive for. For more information about the ingredients mentioned here and h ow you can utilize them, visit your dermatologist. To read the full article discussed here, visit https://aestheticsjournal.com/feat ure/skin-hydration NHR

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