health

Airport amenity of the week – Business Travel Article

Airport amenity of the week It is definitely a sign of the times. And the airport amenity of the week. To help passengers and employees comply with the face mask covering requirement at Denver International (DEN), the airport now has two vending machines that sell face masks as well as sanitizing wipes. The vending machines are stocked with: Two-pack disposable mask with one gel sanitizer packet and two single-use alcohol towelettes: $6/packageTwo-pack KN95 mask with one gel sanitizer packet and two…

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Sea-Tac Airport plans passenger temperature checks – Business Travel Article

Sea-Tac Airport plans passenger temperature checks The aviation industry, government agencies, and technology companies are scrambling to find a way to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic so that travelers will be safe in airports and in the sky. Already, masks, hand sanitizing stations, and hyper-vigilant cleaning protocols have become standard. And now temperature checks are being added to the list. Airports, airlines and industry organizations are discussing how to make this happen on a national level. But the Port of…

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My 3 weeks in a yoga teacher training in India – Travel Article

We all have a different purpose of visiting India. For some, it might be incredible history and monuments that attract them greatly. Someone else considers India a fabulous food destination. Others head to this incredible land to pursue their spiritual path.Which was my case, and I’ll be very happy to tell you about my experience as a yoga trainee. It’s the story of a journey that I can never forget.Martina in India.Since I started practicing yoga, I always wanted to…

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Coronavirus in Sweden: Business as Usual – Scandinavian Travel Article

Coronavirus in Sweden: Business as Usual Sweden is the last country in the world where business is as usual. How long can the country avoid a catastrophe? Global attention has been drawn to Sweden with their approach while Denmark and Norway have imposed extensive restrictions. Read more about the Coronavirus an Sweden with its business as usual approach. In Stockholm, young people have been gathering everywhere in the city and enjoying bubbles from pavement seating and families have been tucking…

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Travelettes » » 12 Things Travel Lovers Can Do During Coronavirus Isolation – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » 12 Things Travel Lovers Can Do During Coronavirus Isolation The Coronavirus (or COVID-19) pandemic has not only meant global travel bans, but many of us are also being required to self quarantine or isolate. It’s a bizarre time, we know. But one thing is for sure, if you’re one of the many people having to isolate, you’re absolutely not alone (even though you may feel like it). You may not be able to travel right now, but…

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Airlines continue coronavirus response – Stuck at the Airport – Business Travel Article

Airlines continue coronavirus response – Stuck at the Airport Alaska Airlines has added a “Peace of Mind’ cancellation and fee waiver policy to help travelers worried about what might happen next with the coronavirus. Our Peace of Mind Waiver is currently in place for new tickets booked between February 27 and March 12 for travel through June 1, 2020. Learn more on the Alaska Blog. https://t.co/xsP8wpmbG8— Alaska Airlines (@AlaskaAir) February 28, 2020 The peace of mind waiver doesn’t apply to…

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Stockholm Steam Bath – Daily Scandinavian – Scandinavian Travel Article

Stockholm Steam Bath – Daily Scandinavian One of the things we most look forward to when visiting Stockholm is the authentic Swedish massage at Sturebadet, the city’s oldest and most exclusive health club/spa. Don’t miss the Stockholm Steam Bath. The facility is located in the upscale Sturegallerian shopping complex in the fashionable Östermalm district. It was once the haunt of Greta Garbo. The original Sturebadet, opened by Dr. Carl Curman in 1885, burned to the ground in 1985, but it…

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5 Tips To Make Your 2020 New Year’s Health Resolution A Success – Tokyo Travel Article

5 Tips To Make Your 2020 New Year’s Health Resolution A Success It’s that time of year again when you might be feeling guilty about holiday overconsumption and inspired to ramp up your health in the new year. Most New Year Resolutions related to health fall into two themes. One is to undo the effects of our holiday festivities of dinners with multiple courses, one too many cocktails and all that sofa time. The other is to arm ourselves with resources…

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6 Of The Healthiest Japanese Snacks For Your Kids And You – Tokyo Travel Article

6 Of The Healthiest Japanese Snacks For Your Kids And You Add some adventure to your snack time as you teach your child good food habits through culinary courage. Snacking used to have a bad name, but that changed with the emergence a few years ago of the concept of healthy snacking. Under that idea, eating a small portion of food between meals that is high in fiber and protein can boost your energy and overall nutritional intake and help…

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