December 1996 Issue

Traveling Someplace Exotic? Watch What You Eat

If a cruise to Mexico or trip to South America or Asia is on your travel itinerary, there's something you should know before you depart. Experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advise Americans traveling to Central and South America and parts of Asia to avoid high-risk foods like seafood (especially if raw), seafood salads, and unpeeled fruits and vegetables. The water and these foods have been linked to the

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