Twitter

Norfolk's Living Well Are you aware the amount of alcohol you are consuming per week? Find out how many units you are actually drinking a… https://t.co/2Hyqt4focg
Norfolk's Living Well RT @PHE_uk: Blog: Clearing up some myths around e-cigarettes https://t.co/P3tFqfadtW #ECigEvidence https://t.co/HXWRuxXisy
Norfolk's Living Well Many of us will spend most of the day sat down, why not break up the long periods of sitting down by completing sea… https://t.co/Z5JpK0QwkS
Norfolk's Living Well RT @PHE_uk: Do you know the signs of stroke? You only need to see ONE sign – Face, Arms or Speech, to #ActFAST and call 999. https://t.co/j…
Norfolk's Living Well Happy Valentines to everyone. Keeping your heart healthy is the most important thing you can do to help prevent and… https://t.co/Gz6D5nEuMD

Travel health guidance on board cruise ships

Back

Series : Public Health

Published : December 2014
Page Length : 4
Format : Information pack A4
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

Planning a cruise? Being prepared will help someone to have a safe and healthy holiday. With the festive season fast approaching and the drop in temperatures, many people look forward to winter sun holidays, including cruises. Public Health England (PHE) and the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) have published this health and safety factsheet for UK travellers planning a cruise this winter. Available as download only.