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DID YOU KNOW YOU NEED TO GO ON OFFENSE TO DEFEND AGAINST MALARIA. Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite passed from one human to another by the bite of infected mosquitoes. It’s dangerous. Sometimes deadly. If you’re traveling to an

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DID YOU KNOW

YOU NEED TO GO ON OFFENSE TO

DEFEND AGAINST MALARIA.

Malaria is a disease caused by a parasite passed from one human to another by the bite of infected mosquitoes. It’s dangerous. Sometimes deadly. If you’re traveling to an

area where malaria is a factor, take preventive medications. Depending on the type of medication prescribed, you may need to begin taking it anywhere from one day to two weeks prior to departure. But prevention doesn’t end there.

While “in country”, you should try to avoid mosquito bites

by wearing protective clothing over arms and legs, using screens on windows, as well as applying insect repellent. You may even need to continue medications for a month or so after your trip. Check with your physician to be sure. Better safe, than sorry.

At Halliburton, solving customer challenges is second only to keeping everyone on the job safe and healthy. You can find more safety tips at www.halliburton.com/HSE.

© 2012 Halliburton. All rights reserved.