basichtbimage3H1N1 news will be breaking fast over the coming weeks and months. HTB will try to capture some of the most important angles to keep you posted. 

Please tip us off to anything you think we are missing.

  • Global travel helps drive H1N1 transmission.
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) maps the countries where H1N1 is impacting the health care services.  The latest update indicates that India, Mexico and parts of South America are experiencing moderate degrees of disruption.
  • H1N1 vaccine shown to be effective after one dose.
  • Health insurers to cover H1N1 vaccine?

About The Author

Michael Hartung, editor of Healthy Travel Blog, serves as head of Product Development at HTH Worldwide. Mike is responsible for all product strategy and development for the company. Mike has over twenty years of successful product innovation to his credit. He has played a senior management role in three start-up companies and has built complex organizations in rapid growth environments. Prior to joining HTH in 2000, he served as President of U.S. Healthcare’s Workers Comp Advantage subsidiary, which he co-founded with Angelo Masciantonio. Mike has also served in senior roles at Aon Consulting, Vantage Health Partners and Managed Health Care Services. Mike earned an M.B.A. from New York University, an M.A. from Duke University and a B.A. from Carleton College.

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  1. The second dangerous wave of infections is supposed to start in December in Costa Rica, so if you plan to travel here during that period, keep this in mind.

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