5 tips for dealing with homesickness as a teacher in Thailand
Experiencing homesickness or culture shock can be a challenging and uncomfortable experience. It can leave you feeling isolated and lonely, struggling to connect with others, particularly if you encounter a language barrier.
Do you only see your doctor when you are sick? If so, you might want to change that.
From early detection to monitoring chronic diseases, annual health check-ups can help keep your health in check.
A summary of the current situation regarding vaccines for expats
Ever since Thailand’s mass vaccination drive began on June 7th, I’ve been inundated with calls and texts from my fellow expats in the country asking whether they can register for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Believe me when I say that great medical staff can be found anywhere.
For the last ten days or so, I've been in excrutiating pain, first from bursitis in my knee and later from a bulging disk in my back aggravated by the funny way I had to walk with a bum knee. Tonight, thanks to my local Southeast Asian health care professionals, my horrific debilitating anguish has been numbed to a dull ache. Feels damn good, and how I got this way is an edifying anecdote.