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Back-to-School Tips for Keeping Motion Sickness at Bay

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Getting Your Child Ready for the New School Year You can take a big sigh of relief, parents. It’s finally time to send your kids back to school. You’ve already bought the essential binders, folders, and pencils. But if your … Continue reading

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Using Pressure Points to Relieve Nausea and Motion Sickness

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How to Use the P6 Pressure Point to Relieve Nausea and Vomiting Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique involving the practice of applying precise pressure (usually with your fingers) to trigger points on the body with the goal of relieving … 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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14 Ways To Beat Motion Sickness Using Your Mind And Breath

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Fighting Motion Sickness When You Weren’t Prepared? While many of us know how to prevent, minimalize, or eradicate the uncomfortable symptoms that accompany motion sickness, most of those tactics probably involve some kind of remedy or medication and sometimes travel … Continue reading

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Eight Ways To Remedy Seasickness On Cruises

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Taking a cruise can be a vacation dream. However, if you suffer from seasickness or motion sickness, a cruise can quickly turn into a nightmare. There are some simple steps you can take to prevent seasickness on a cruise before … Continue reading

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7 Crucial Summer Road Trip Essentials

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One of the greatest things about summer is the road trip – you gather friends and hit the road for an open-ended, itinerary-free journey. While the actual road trip for many people is an impromptu, largely unplanned, “on a whim” … Continue reading

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