Which of these are good advice for young travellers?
It is internationally accepted that opiate-containing drugs such as codeine when carried for medical reasons will not cause any difficulties when passing through customs
Young people are more likely to suffer from dehydration which needs medical care in hot countries
It can be presumed that antimalarial drugs bought over the counter form a pharmacy are reliable in most countries in Asia and Africa
Excessive intake of alcohol increases the likelihood of accidents and sexual risk-taking
Personal security can be a particular problem, more so when travelling on your own
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