Cruise Health and Safety Concerns - Seasickness, Crime, and More
Cruise Security - Travel Under Code Orange Alert
Information for travelers on code orange alert levels
How to Avoid, Prevent, or Treat Seasickness
A fear of seasickness is one of the primary reasons more travelers are afraid to cruise. Here's how to avoid, prevent, and treat seasickness.
Don't Be a Crime Statistic - Have a Safe Cruise Vacation
Interview with a cruise security specialist on how to avoid being a cruise crime statistic.
How to Prevent and Treat Seasickness - Video
Video on how to prevent and treat seasickness
First Aid Kits - Travel First Aid - Cruise Vacation First Aid Supplies
Sometimes when traveling, a good first aid kit becomes a necessity. The further you get from civilization, the more supplies you will need to take. First Aid Kits for Travel helps you figure out what needs to be in your first aid kit.
Top 5 Ways to Organize Personal Medical Information
Travelers frequently forget to take important medical information with them. Trying to remember vital information during an emergency is hard enough; doing it with a language barrier is nearly impossible. Here are some ways to organize personal medical information.
Centers for Disease Control Travel Site
Travelers' health information from around the world from the federal government's Centers for Disease Control.
Queasy Drops - Seasickness Remedy
Three Lollies has created Queasy Drops to help ease the nausea associated with cruising. The drops are naturally flavored and specially formulated to offer relief. Invented by Registered Nurses and Psychologists, Queasy Drops work using essential oils, aromatherapy and time-released delivery.
No-Jet-Lag: Homeopathic Remedy to Counter Jet Lag
Most travelers are affected somewhat by jet lag. Many people think that the "No-Jet-Lag" homeopathic remedy helps mitigate the jet lag symptoms.