Stay Healthy At Sea!

Staying healthy on a cruise is challenging, but not entirely impossible. Are you planning a summer cruise trip, but already dreading the sea-sickness that you might encounter? Look no further than Cruise Safely. We provide you access to simple health safety tips for cruise traveling.

At Cruise Safely, we have the best health and wellness tips, including the supplements to carry, weight loss tips for cruise travelers, medical kit preparation, and much more! Simply read the vast health and safety content on our site, and you will never have to worry about getting sick in the middle of the ocean.
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The number of cruise ships failing health and safety inspections hits 10-year high By Jacob Passy
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Carnival Triumph Officially Fails USPH Sanitation Inspection Posted on December 30, 2017 by Jim Walker The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finally published the report of its sanitation...

How to Stay Healthy on a Cruise By Sherri Eisenberg Cruise Critic Contributor   Cruising doesn't have to...

Don’t rely on alcohol hand gels - they don't kill norovirus November 15, 2017 Chris Whieldon St Peter’s Hospital takes steps to minimise norovirus infections Chertsey Hospital...
Avoid Jet Lag

by travelandleisure.com If there's one thing that will kill your vacation vibe quicker than a delayed flight can ruin your plans, it's getting seasick the first night on a cruise. It happens to a lot of people, and the cure for motion sickness is different for everyone. Choose your cabin wisely.
Top 3 Most Effective Bug Sprays to Protect Your Family from the Zika Virus

By Tiare Dunlap of people.com With public health officials warning that mosquitos carrying the Zika virus could infect Americans as early as next month, preventing mosquito bites at home should be at the top of every summer to-do list. So how can you protect yourself and your family? According to new research...
U.S. Launches Early Trial of Zika Vaccine

by healthday.com A potential vaccine for the Zika virus has entered early clinical trials to assess its safety in humans, U.S. health officials announced Wednesday. The DNA-based vaccine contains genetic pieces of the Zika virus. It is intended to promote an immune response that would protect against the mosquito-borne virus that...
How Dirty Are Rentals, Taxis And Rideshare Cars?

by Gabe Zaldivar of travelpulse.com Here’s a thought: That taxi, Uber or Lyft car you are riding in is absolutely lousy with bacteria. Now if you can move on from that general feeling of disgust, we’ll divulge just how dirty the various modes of transport truly are these days. Insurance website...
IBM Announces Magic Bullet To Zap All Kinds of Killer Viruses

by Sean Captain of fastcompany.com Soon your bathroom might have antimicrobial soap that doesn't just kill bacteria, but also wipes out Ebola, Zika, dengue, or herpes. That's the promise of a new chemical just announced by IBM and the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) in Singapore. Such a...
This All-Natural Cure for Jet Lag May Be the Best Thing Ever

by Erika Owen of travelandleisure.com The cure for jet lag is just about as elusive as the Fountain of Youth (with much of the same effects, we might add). Whether it's the controversial—and incredibly speedy—cryotherapy method or a long list of vitamins and "best practices," many have tried their...