Travel leads to different illnesses for men, women

02/28/2010 | Daily News (New York)

A Swiss report that included nearly 59,000 people showed women are more likely to get stomach problems when traveling while men tend to get fevers from infections transmitted by mosquitoes and ticks. Researchers said women also get colds, urinary tract infections and adverse drug reactions away from home, while men are more likely to be treated for mountain sickness, frostbite and STDs.

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