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You can by an umbrella that blocks UV in virtually any store that sells umbrellas. This is because black umbrellas block roughly 90% of UV, and at that point you'll need to start worrying about reflected UV rather than direct exposure (Ref: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/article-abstract/2597893). If you want to get from 90% to 95%+ with ...


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I am assuming that you are asking because the medication includes injections and not only oral medicine. This depends slightly on the country but in most cases I have been involved with you bring the medication, syringes etc and a doctors prescription to the check in, and they will advice you from there. Normally on the aircraft the crew will take care of ...


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You'll have to declare a refusal on any future visa application, and give details. Don't be tempted not to declare it: Australia shares immigration data with the Five Eyes treaty countries (Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United States and UK). You should assume all five will know, and perhaps others by association. Whether a refusal on medical grounds will ...


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I've always had some issues with my right ear and also with a congested nose. Recently, flying to a vacation with a stopover, I had really bad pain on both flights, including major sensations of movement within my ear (not a "pop", there was no relief). This started within about 20-30 minutes of takeoff, lasted about 15 minutes then slowly subsided. The ...


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While I‘m not diabetic, there are a lot of self-help pages by interest groups - the ADA has US-centric air travel information for example. In general, you should be allowed to take all necessary supplies (including syringes and larger amount of liquids) on the flight, though you need to submit them for inspection at security. However, your question seems ...


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