As of this writing, there are no vaccination requirements to enter the United States. Contact your embassy before coming to confirm this before arrival, however.
In the autumn, at the beginning of flu season, preventive influenza vaccinations, simply called “flu shots,” often become available at easily accessible locations like clinics, health departments, and even supermarkets.
There is only one way to fight the South’s high heat and humidity, and that’s to drink lots of fluids. A surprising number of people each year refuse to take this advice and find themselves in various states of dehydration, some of which can land you in a hospital. Remember: If you’re thirsty, you’re already suffering from dehydration. The thing to do is keep drinking fluids before you’re thirsty, as a preventative action rather than a reaction.
Always use sunscreen, even on a cloudy day. If you do get a sunburn, get a pain relief product with aloe vera as an active ingredient. On extraordinarily sunny and hot summer days, don’t even go outside between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.