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3 Tricks to Get Kids with Motion Sickness to Watch the Road

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Motion sickness is no fun, and it’s especially awful for kids, who may not have the tools or knowledge to be able to deal with it properly. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent and eliminate motion sickness. One of the … Continue reading

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A Field-Trip Checklist for Parents

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    Your child’s first field trip is exciting and a little nerve-wracking. While field trips are a safe and fun way for kids to get hands-on experience with what they’re learning in school, the idea of sending your child … Continue reading

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Best Cruise Trips for Spring Break

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  Get Ready for Spring Break with These Can’t-Miss Cruises Spring break is right around the corner. Do you have your plans nailed down yet? If you’re looking for something truly special this year, check out some of the best … Continue reading

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5 Tips for a Great Motion Sickness-Free Family Road Trip

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We’ve all heard different tricks that people use to combat motion sickness while traveling; everything from chewing gum to looking out at far away objects near the horizon, and everything in between is supposed to help. However, the truth of … Continue reading

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10 Must-Have Items to Bring on a Cruise

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A cruise is a great way to see the world in style. But it also comes with some very specific circumstances that you might not encounter on other types of vacations. And for that reason, packing for a cruise is … Continue reading

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The U.S. Coast Guard and Seasickness Remedies

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The Most Powerful Seasickness Remedies When it comes to battling seasickness, some remedies are more effective than others. You might try popular anti-nausea medications or sedatives to ease your overall level of discomfort, but you’ll probably find yourself getting drowsy … Continue reading

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