The government advises against
all travel to North Sinai (the part of Egypt between Cairo and Israel) due to the "significant increase in criminal activity and continued terrorist attacks on police and security forces".
"The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) no longer advises against
all but essential travel to south Cebu," the UK embassy in Manila said in a Twitter post yesterday.
The rescue service advises against
going off piste.
The DFA, likewise, extended its condolences to Afghanistan, and said the Philippine Embassy in Islamabad strongly advises against
any travel there until further notice.
Burt told Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Sabri Bachtobji in a telephone conversation on July 26 the UK no longer advises against
travel to Tunisia, except for some regions.
It no longer advises against
travel to most of the country, including Tunis and the major tourist destinations.
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The FCO's list also advises against
travel in the southern and southeastern provinces of Kilis, Hatay, Gaziantep, Mardin and E[currency]anlyurfa -- all of which lie along the border with Syria.
I have read the original report and many interpretations of it, and while I agree it specifically advises against
beta-carotene (substitute lutein and zeaxanthin) on safety and effectiveness grounds, it does not specifically advise against the inclusion of omega-3.
The Foreign Office advises against
all travel to northern Sinai and advises against
all but essential travel in southern Sinai except for the tourist areas around Sharm el Sheikh.
The FCO advises against
all travel to the North Sinai governorate and all but essential travel to the majority of the South Sinai governorate, including St.
| LONDON, Aug 24 (KUNA) -- Due to the significant increase in criminal activity in the North Sinai area, the UK Foreign Office (FO) now advises against
all travel to the Governorate of North Sinai, it was announced tonight.
The prescribing information for dronedarone has been revised to reflect the results of a safety review, and now advises against
prescribing dronedarone to patients with atrial fibrillation "who will not or cannot be converted into normal sinus rhythm," because "it doubles the rate of cardiovascular death, stroke, and heart failure in such patients." The label also recommends an electrocardiogram to monitor heart rhythm in patients on the drug "at least once every three months," and if a patient is in AF, treatment should be stopped or, "if clinically indicated," the patient should be cardioverted.
The internal specialist advises against
drinking aerated soft drinks.
If they bother to read the Highway Code, it advises against