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How to stop yourself getting ill on holiday

11th June 2015
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Food poisoning can ruin a normal day, so there’s no way that we want to risk it ruining a holiday that we’ve been looking forward to.

Annoyingly though, a rise in the number of holidaymakers reporting food poisoning means that a lot of you might be at risk of spending more of your time away on the toilet than on the beach.

Not ideal, we think you’ll agree.

So, how do you ward off the infamous “Delhi Belly” – whether you’re in Spain or Mexico or India? And what should you do if (touch wood) your insurance doesn’t cover it?

Here, travel expert Simon Calder – along with Allen from travel specialist law firm Slater and Gordon - discusses a range of topics, from which countries rank the dodgiest in the world to how to guard off getting sick abroad. 

Whether you’re exploring the city or lounging on the beach, watch the seven-minute video to make that you experience the best but are completely prepared for the worst this summer...




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