Feet in Christmas socks near fireplace.  Four pair of feet warming up. Friends at cozy winter vacation.

11 DecThe Best Holiday Travel Hacks From Travel + Leisure Editors

Traveling during the holidays can be stressful — especially when you’re hitting the road and the skies with tens of millions of other Americans.

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04 DecUnderstanding International Student Health Insurance

International students who desire more comprehensive coverage or a less expensive plan – or in some cases, both – should consider purchasing their own health insurance.

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28 NovBhaskar Mitra Sails for Timmy

Bhaskar Mitra began volunteering with Timmy Global Health in 2012 when he was working for Microsoft in Seattle, Washington. Since moving to England to continue working for Microsoft, Bhaskar has found an incredibly unique and adventurous method of fundraising and raising awareness

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15 NovThe Best Places to Travel in November

There are many destinations around the world, from Jamaica to Belize, that get a brief month of quiet before the holidays hit. Here’s how (and where) to take advantage of low prices and shoulder season weather.

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08 NovHow International Medical Insurance Changed My Life

Roger Anthony, an expat living in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, was involved in a terrible horseback riding accident that left him leaning on IMG for help in his time of need.

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30 OctFlight attendants share 11 of their favorite travel hacks

For flight attendants, who often spend more than 80 hours in the air a month, traveling can become almost second nature. So who better to turn to for travel tips and tricks than the people with extensive knowledge on the matter? We asked flight attendants to share their best travel hacks with us and scoured the internet for more.

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23 OctIf Not Now, Then When? Women Leading in Global Health

Did you know that 80% of students in global health are women, but less than 25% go on to lead global health efforts? Evidence suggests women in the global health field are often not visible or publicly recognized for their contributions

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11 OctDo I Need Travel Health Insurance?

Travel health insurance — or travel medical insurance — is short-term coverage designed to provide emergency medical benefits in the event you become sick or injured while traveling internationally.

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