Passport Health

Passport Health

With hundreds of travel clinics in North America, Passport Health is your one-stop shop to get travel immunizations, travel medicine, yellow fever vaccinations, typhoid vaccinations, travel health advice and passport and visa expediting services before your international journey.

Certified Yellow Fever Vaccine Provider, Passport and Visa Expediting Services, Travel Vaccination & Consultation

lonelyplanet.com

More international flights return to Peru as Machu Picchu opens

As a top tourist attraction opens up, Peru adds more international flights.

lonelyplanet.com The country’s tourism board announced the resumption of flights to major cities in North, Central and South America.

npr.org

Ebola Never Went Away. But Now There's A Drug To Treat It

The first drug aimed at treating Ebola has received FDA approval.

npr.org Regeneron — the pharmaceutical company developing COVID-19 treatments — has received FDA approval for the first drug aimed at another infectious disease that's been in the headlines.

theguardian.com

How to go skiing despite a winter of Covid restrictions

Still looking to take your annual ski trip this winter?

theguardian.com Planning a ski holiday may seem daunting but resorts are open – and if the continent seems too far, hit the slopes in Scotland

lonelyplanet.com

Travelers to Canada can trade quarantine for a test in Alberta

Looking to avoid quarantine? Get tested for COVID-19 in Alberta.

lonelyplanet.com Canadian residents and foreign nationals permitted to enter the country will be offered a testing option in Alberta.

lonelyplanet.com

Rent a private island for 'Friendsgiving' for just $50 per person

The ultimate 'Friendsgiving' getaway, safe from the public.

lonelyplanet.com One group will be given the opportunity to vacation for a week over Thanksgiving on Friendsgiving Island in Florida.

bbc.com

Japan’s delicious fire-seared delicacy

Learn about the incredible fire-seared delicacy!

bbc.com In one of the country’s least-visited prefectures, chefs dramatically sear bonito over towering flames.

theguardian.com

How do pandemics end? In different ways, but it’s never quick and never neat | Mark Honigsbaum

We are all asking when we will see the end of this pandemic...but is there ever an end?

theguardian.com Just like the Black Death, influenza and smallpox, Covid-19 will affect almost every aspect of our of lives – even after a vaccine turns up

vox.com

A new study shows malaria’s often neglected toll on a vulnerable population: Pregnant women

Malaria is taking the lives of thousands of pregnant women.

vox.com Tens of thousands of women die and hundreds of thousands of babies are stillborn due to malaria. We can do better.

theguardian.com

‘Not just a dog bite’: why India is struggling to keep rabies at bay

As India struggles with millions of stray dogs, rabies is surging.

theguardian.com The government is being urged to dispel myths and ensure drugs are available – and take responsibility for the millions of stray dogs

news.mit.edu

A step toward a universal flu vaccine

Another step forward to a flu vaccine that could work against any strain.

news.mit.edu Researchers are working to design a universal flu vaccine that could work against any flu strain. A new vaccination strategy from MIT, the Ragon Institute, and Massachusetts General Hospital triggers an immune response in mice against an influenza protein segment that rarely mutates but is normally....

npr.org

Older People, Got A Pandemic Problem? A Club To Help You Figure It Out — Yourself

A self help club for older generations struggling with all types of challenges.

npr.org Vietnam's Intergenerational Self Help Clubs encourage older people in the neighborhood to find solutions to their own challenges, whether it's feeling lonely or needing a little extra cash.

health.harvard.edu

8 things you should know about pneumonia - Harvard Health

Health and wellness facts to know about pneumonia.

health.harvard.edu Pneumonia is an infection that causes the air sacs in the lungs to fill up with fluid or pus, which makes it harder to breathe. The most common symptoms are cough that may be dry or produce phlegm, fever, chills and fatigue. Other symptoms may includ...

statnews.com

Hepatitis is still a silent killer in Africa and elsewhere - STAT

Hepatitis still a silent but deadly disease.

statnews.com The revolutionary advances in hepatitis C research have yet to reach many countries, where deaths from this disease are common.

travelandleisure.com

Adorable Sea Otters Are Luring Tourists to This Small Japanese Town

Cuteness overload!

travelandleisure.com The small Japanese town of Hamanaka on Hokkaido island is seeing an uptick in tourists, thanks to playful marine mammals off its cape.

abc.net.au

From smallpox to the Spanish Flu: What our vaccination history tells us about the fight against COVID-19

What our history tells out about our fight against Coronavirus.

abc.net.au A vaccine has long been touted as our way out of this global coronavirus pandemic. What have previous vaccination campaigns looked like in Australia, and how might things go this time around?

theguardian.com

Tourist returns stolen artefacts from Pompeii 'after suffering curse'

Sticky fingers gets some tourists in deep trouble.

theguardian.com Candian woman sends back pilfered ceramics, blaming them for years of bad luck

lonelyplanet.com

More international flights are returning to Peru

Been looking to go Peru? Flights are returning after some time.

lonelyplanet.com The country’s tourism board announced the resumption of flights to major cities in North, Central and South America.

10best.com

You deserve an escape to this luxurious Cabo resort

Escape to beautiful Cabo.

10best.com Visit the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregral for an unparalleled and spectacular food adventure in Mexico.

travelandleisure.com

You Can Live Under a Literal Rock During Election Week

Need to escape election week? Head underground.

travelandleisure.com Hotels.com is giving one lucky person the chance to book an underground cave vacation rental this election week. The best part? They only have to pay $25 for the five-night stay.

lonelyplanet.com

Stuck indoors? You can listen to the sounds of forests around the world

Need a break from TV? Check out forests around the world!

lonelyplanet.com Users around the world can submit sounds of nearby forests and upload them for all to hear.

lonelyplanet.com

New Zealand's passport is now the most powerful in the world

What makes New Zealand's passport more powerful than the rest of the world's?

lonelyplanet.com The Passport Index compares the access granted by the passports of 193 United Nations' countries and six territories.

nytimes.com

Pummeled by the Pandemic, Hotel Owners Get Creative With Their Space

With the hospitality industry struggling, hotel owners look to get creative with their space!

nytimes.com As the hospitality industry grapples with a severe downturn, owners are turning hotels into offices, schools, emergency housing, wedding halls or homeless shelters.

usatoday.com

Cruise ships worldwide with more than 250 people will test all passengers, crew for COVID-19

As cruise ships look to provide a safe environment for passengers amid Coronavirus, testing will be required.

usatoday.com Cruise ships that carry upward of 250 passengers have committed to testing everyone for COVID-19 ahead of boarding. Testing will be done worldwide.

buff.ly

Exhibition on infectious disease ironically opens late due to COVID-19

The irony is pretty clear in this delayed opening.

buff.ly A new exhibition on contagious diseases has been opened at Rijksmuseum Boerhaave in the Netherlands, after delays caused by COVID-19.

travelandleisure.com

An Official Museum Dedicated to the U.S. Olympics Is Opening in Colorado Next Week

The U.S. Olympic Museum is set to open Colorado!

travelandleisure.com The United States Olympic & Paralympic Museum will open to the public on July 30 in downtown Colorado Springs.

npr.org

Modelers Suggest Pandemic Lockdowns Saved Millions From Dying Of COVID-19

Researchers look back to see how many lives were potentially saved by shutting down.

npr.org Researchers cast a backward look to see what might have happened during the first months of the coronavirus crisis without any preventive measures.

thelancet.com

COVID-19 vaccines for all?

Who will have access to the long-awaited vaccine?

thelancet.com If an effective COVID-19 vaccine is developed, how will it get to everyone in need? Ann Danaiya Usher reports on the initiatives being planned to ensure equitable access, and their shortcomings.

npr.org

Nothing Like SARS: Researchers Warn The Coronavirus Will Not Fade Away Anytime Soon

As we continue to fight COVID-19, professionals warn that it won't be over soon.

npr.org There was early hope that the coronavirus could be contained and eliminated. But researchers now believe the virus is likely to be a continuing threat until a vaccine is developed.

theguardian.com

Which European countries are easing travel restrictions?

Which countries are opening back up?

theguardian.com As some countries in Europe restart tourism, we round up lockdown-easing measures and restrictions country-by-country. Information will be updated as the situation changes

chicago.cbslocal.com

Doctors Worry As Children Are Not Being Brought In For Immunizations During Coronavirus Pandemic

Why doctors are concerned as they see less children being immunized.

chicago.cbslocal.com The coronavirus certainly is not the only big concern for doctors right now. People just aren’t going to the doctor at all – and that is creating a whole new problem, especially for children.

aljazeera.com

From the plague to MERS: A brief history of pandemics

A timeline of the world's pandemics.

aljazeera.com What you need to know about the other pandemics that shook the world.

newyorker.com

Our Fever for Plague Movies

How watching some of Hollywood's favorite movies might hit a more personal note now.

newyorker.com Hollywood loves nothing more than killing off humanity, but watching contagion films feels different now.

npr.org

They Used To Give Their Kids 3 Meals A Day. Then Came Coronavirus

How Coronavirus is affecting families that no longer have a paycheck and had no time to prepare.

npr.org They can no longer work. They have no savings. How do they feed their children? It's a dilemma around the world as COVID-19 lockdowns take a toll. We talk to three families in Kenya.

travelandleisure.com

The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Will Be a Stunning Tribute to Nature in North Dakota

A stunning tribute to the grand nature of North Dakota.

travelandleisure.com The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library will honor the former president’s work by being designed and built so it practically blends in with the natural environment around it in Medora, North Dakota

scientificamerican.com

When and Why You Should Get a Flu Shot

When is the best time to get your flu shot?

scientificamerican.com Experts explain why getting vaccinated is important every year—and especially during a pandemic

Want your business to be the top-listed Clinic in Sterling?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Category

Telephone

Address


1402 Shepard Drive Suite 101
Sterling, VA
20164

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 22:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 22:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 22:00
Thursday 08:00 - 22:00
Friday 08:00 - 22:00
Saturday 09:00 - 21:00
Sunday 09:00 - 18:00
Other Medical Centers in Sterling (show all)
Dr. Rick Jackomis Dr. Rick Jackomis
46161 Westlake Drive Ste 110
Sterling, 20165

Experience all that modern dentistry has to offer for the whole family. Our goal is to assist each patient in achieving & maintaining long term oral health

Assured Home Healthcare LLC Assured Home Healthcare LLC
46396 Benedict Dr
Sterling, 20164

Our agency’s mission is to meet the needs of the community by providing quality, professional, paraprofessional and cost effective home health care.

Horizon Healthcare Professionals, LLC Horizon Healthcare Professionals, LLC
6 Pidgeon Hill Dr Ste 309
Sterling, 20165

At Horizon Healthcare Professionals, LLC, we provide reliable and affordable home care services to clients in the Eastern and Northern Virginia area.

Alexandra Knight Speech Language Pathologist Alexandra Knight Speech Language Pathologist
Riptide Sq
Sterling, 20165

Providing families and individuals of all ages with in-home/community based services for articulatio

Patient First Patient First
47100 Community Plaza, Suite 100
Sterling, 20164

Berman Cosmetic Surgery NOVA Berman Cosmetic Surgery NOVA
14 Pidgeon Hill Dr, Ste 100
Sterling, 20165

Dr. Berman offers a full array of the most advanced and cutting edge cosmetic surgical techniques ranging from minimally invasive procedures to extreme makeover surgeries and go over all your options and tailor an individualized and unique treatment plan.

Elisa/Act Biotechnologies Elisa/Act Biotechnologies
109 Carpenter Dr Ste 100
Sterling, 20164

ELISA/ACT Biotechnologies (EAB) is the exclusive provider of the lymphocyte response assay (LRA by ELISA/ACT) tests -the gold standard in delayed hypersen.

Pat Compton, R.D.:Registered Dietitian Pat Compton, R.D.:Registered Dietitian
10 Christopher Ln
Sterling, 20165

Nutrition counseling for a healthy lifestyle. All diagnosis and ages. Insurances accepted plus private pay.

CareNow Urgent Care - Sterling at Cascades CareNow Urgent Care - Sterling at Cascades
46200 Potomac Run Plz.
Sterling, 20164

CareNow® urgent care clinic in the Cascades community in Sterling, VA

Style Eyes Style Eyes
20789 Great Falls Plz Ste 108
Sterling, 20165

Style Eyes Family Eye Care provides comprehensive eye care for children and adults, including contact lens services and treatment of eye disease. Our optical shop features a wide selection of eye wear and sunglasses. We accept most insurance plans.

Radiology Imaging Associates - RIA at Sterling Radiology Imaging Associates - RIA at Sterling
4 Pidgeon Hill Dr
Sterling, 20165

3D Mammograms, High Field MRI, Breast MRI, DEXA, Low Dose CT, 3D/4D Ultrasound, Walk in X-ray

IKOR of Loudoun IKOR of Loudoun
21335 Signal Hill Plaza
Sterling, 20164-5562

IKOR can help a senior or special needs person's life more fulfilling. Our services include Life Management, Healthcare and Financial Advocacy

About   Contact   Privacy   FAQ   Login C