By: Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO We host the strangest seminars at MedjetAssist. When you organize a seminar, I thought you were supposed to be the teacher and the attendees the students. Not around here. Late last month the second annual TAAP was held in our Birmingham, AL offices....

By: John Gobbels MedjetAssist VP/COO Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) is one of more than 100 non-polio enteroviruses. This virus was first identified in California in 1962. What are the symptoms of EV-D68 infection? EV-D68 can cause mild to severe respiratory illness. Mild symptoms may include fever, runny nose, sneezing,...

By Marcus Woolf, The Adventure Post It usually happens at the end of your trip, when you’re worn out, dirty and riding in a van. That’s when you find yourself scrambling to figure out a tip for your guide. While many travelers are aware that tipping...

Reclining Seat Controversy By Peter Greenberg Air rage seems to be front page news again, as news reports of in-the-air fights over airline seats (and reclining those seats) are popping up everywhere. One of the biggest sources for this growing frustration is the ever-shrinking seat itself. No,...

With the FIFA World Cup right around the corner, would-be scammers are actively looking for the next targets. Major events like the World Cup, the Olympics, the Super Bowl, and even Presidential inaugurations are ripe with opportunity for travel scammers. That's because die-hard fans are willing...