Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to make face masks one of its primary recommendations for preventing the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 — the virus that causes COVID-19 — some people are turning to plastic face shields … Continue reading Why Plastic Face Shields Aren’t a Safe Alternative to Face Masks
The U.S. this week started requiring travelers to show negative Covid-19 tests before flying to the United States from abroad. Now the Biden administration is “actively looking” at whether to mandate Covid-19 tests before domestic flights, a senior Centers for … Continue reading Covid Testing: Airlines Push Back On Testing For Domestic Flights
Diarrhea is a common type of gastrointestinal upset or infection. It causes frequent and excessive discharging of the bowels in the form of abnormally watery stools and stomach pains. If you or one of your children has recently developed diarrhea, … Continue reading How to Stop Diarrhea: Causes, Risk Factors and Treatment
The UK Foreign Office (FCO) is currently advising against all but essential international travel for an indefinite period. However, countries across Europe have begun to ease lockdown measures and border restrictions, and some have started to welcome domestic and international … Continue reading Which European Countries Are Easing Travel Restrictions?
If you’ve ever stepped off a plane with stained and rumpled clothes, a pore-clogged face, a jet lag-induced headache, and a mouth that still tastes like hours-old airplane food, you know how tricky it can be to stay clean and … Continue reading Travel Hygiene Tips: Staying Fresh on the Road
If you’re planning a vacation, the last thing you want to do is get sick or have a medical emergency while you’re away. Not every travel … Continue reading Avoid Common Travel Illnesses
It’s pretty common for people to think that airplane food isn’t good quality or good for you. But a new rating shows that one Canadian airline is doing pretty well when it comes to in-flight food. Air Canada food is … Continue reading Air Canada Food Is Actually The Healthiest Of 11 Major North American Airlines
When an airplane from Dubai landed in New York yesterday morning with reports of passengers coughing and vomiting, health officials jumped into action—detaining the plane and screening all 549 passengers and crew members for illness before allowing them to disembark. … Continue reading How Fast Do Illnesses Spread On a Plane?
Traveling is awesome—except for the fact that you can’t take your normal beauty kit with you. (Unless you travel with three suitcases). Thankfully, these products are all you need to look amazing on any vacay: 1 Best face oil: Superfood Facial … Continue reading Best Travel Beauty Products
What aspect of the travel industry won’t wellness touch in 2018? Perhaps none. From hotels and cruises to airports, airlines, safaris and group tours, wellness promises to be everywhere in the world of travel. Five years ago wellness on the … Continue reading Where to Get Healthier in 2018
From a remote, idyllic island to the world’s design capital, these destinations have never been better. Start planning your 2018 travel now. Travelers today are more aware than ever of all the world has to offer. It’s thrilling to be … Continue reading The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018
Let’s be real: Between the small children, shared bathrooms, and confined cabin, every time you set foot on a crowded airplane you put your health at risk. But while scary-sounding illnesses like tuberculosis and meningitis make headlines when they’re contracted … Continue reading Why You Always Get Sick When You Fly—and How to Fight It
Governments in both Turkey and the United States abruptly suspended visitor visas between the two countries on Sunday. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Travel to Turkey
Whether you’re just starting out on an adventure or returning from a dream trip, nothing puts a damper on your pre- and post-vacation glow quite like jet lag. Continue reading How To Cure A Jet Lag?
The next time you go to turn off the ventilation above your seat on an airplane — whether because you’re afraid of getting sick or you’re downright chilly — you might want to reconsider. Continue reading Why You Should Always Turn on the Air Vent Above You During a Flight
Insider information about flying can be somewhat shrouded. Some of that secrecy exists to keep the pivotal information germane to the airline industry safe from terrorists and other ne’er-do-wells, but some of the trade secrets are only under wraps because … Continue reading Flight Attendants Share Insider Secrets Every Passenger Should Know