Which of the following is good advice for a UK family, who immigrated from India 20 years ago, returning for a holiday to visit relatives?
'There is likely to have been a very large increase in traffic with corresponding risks of road accidents'
Immunity acquired in the past when living in risk areas to malaria and typhoid can be expected to still be protecting them against these infections
The standard of accommodation when travellers stay with relatives is usually more predictable than when staying in hotels or guest houses
A high proportion of imported malaria cases in the UK are in students from Africa who have been home to visit family and friends.
Second generation immigrants rarely experience 'culture shock' when visiting the countries in which their parents grew up
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