By Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO It's that special time of year if you're an international traveler.  On the flip side, let the nightmare begin for the domestic flyer. For the next couple of months, as the international terminals tend to take a breather, and itineraries switch to domestic...

Nowadays it seems that there is a travel bag for all lifestyles, budgets and personalities. From stylish computer totes to large, electric-powered suitcases, this list highlights a bag for every type of traveler. [caption id="attachment_5331" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Bugaboo Boxer[/caption] It’s a stroller! No, wait, it’s a...

By John Gobbels, MedjetAssist VP/COO The Zika virus is a single-stranded RNA virus that is transmitted to humans primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito. The mosquitos typically breed in domestic water-holding containers and are aggressive daytime biters and feed both indoors and...

By Wendy Perrin  People who say they wouldn’t be caught dead on a cruise have either never tried one or chose the wrong ship. There is an enormous variety of vessels and itineraries (including expedition ships, freighters, and yacht charters), but it’s vital to choose the...

My Mobile Passport Experience  By: Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO The last time we met in this space, back in July, I had asked whether any of our Medjet members had any experience with Mobile Passport, and as usual the response was not only brisk but overwhelmingly positive. The...