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Wellness Experts From Cleveland Clinic Set for 2008 Crystal Voyages
Date:1/14/2008

Six Worldwide Cruises Feature Interactive Learning from Medical Specialists

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- From new strategies for heart-healthy living to understanding how the mind/body connection affects wellness, Crystal guests aboard six worldwide cruises in 2008 can learn about the latest health trends and treatments from the medical luminaries of the Cleveland Clinic, one of the nation's most respected academic medical research centers.

Select voyages to South America, the South Pacific, the Caribbean and the Panama Canal offer guests complimentary interactive classes through Crystal's stimulating Creative Learning Institute. Noted experts in their respective fields, the physicians will provide insights on women's health issues; cardiovascular treatments and care; ophthalmology; orthopedics; joint, knee and hip replacement surgery including arthroscopy; and wellness through mind, body and spirit.

"Our guests are active, inquisitive and enthusiastic about the latest developments in health, fitness and well-being from the top experts in the medical field," says Kristin Turner, Crystal Cruises' manager of entertainment who oversees the program.

Cleveland Clinic experts are also providing Crystal guests with helpful travel health tips at http://www.crystalcruises.com. The "Before You Sail" section includes articles on Food and Water Considerations while Traveling, Immunization Considerations when Traveling Abroad, Overcoming Jet Lag, Travel Medical Kit, and Traveling with Asthma.

Worldwide departures featuring the esteemed physicians of the Cleveland Clinic include:

-- January 4 - Miami to Los Angeles

Dr. David Sholiton, M.D., Former Director of Regional Ophthalmology

for the Cole Eye Institute at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Topics: Cataracts and cataract surgery, macular degeneration,

diabetic retinopa
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