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Crazy Carnival Rides

Crazy Carnival Rides

Nausea, cold sweat, even retching and vomiting—they’re all symptoms of motion sickness and they can pop up at inconvenient times, right? For those of us who live with motion sickness, we know what to expect in the car or on a boat, or in an airplane. But what about ....

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Boating Season

Boating Season

It’s boating season — time to test for leaks and spruce up the brightwork! If you’re shaking your head because you know that you’ll be hanging over the side, losing your breakfast shortly after boarding, we hear you. Reliefband® on your wrist controls the nausea, retching, and vomiting of seasickness....

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5 VR Necessities

5 VR Necessities

Virtual Reality (VR) is a fascinating place because it can be any place you want. Sounds simple, but once experienced, you want more. The VR world is exploding with growth. And peripherals, or accessories, are growing right along with it. The Unlimited Hand looks like a cuff you put on...

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Star Wars Day

Star Wars Day

“May the 4th be with you” is THE pun from Star Wars’ heyday. Granted, it’s an oldie, given that the original Star Wars debuted in 1977, but who cares? It’s Star Wars, for crying out loud. We love it because sci-fi is where you’ll find the dreams of tech that...

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Tulip Time – Road Trip!

Tulip Time – Road Trip!

If you’re a tulip lover, this is your time of year. Tulips are showing off all over the country, and that says “road trip” to us. Americans have always been in love with cars and winding roads, particularly when the weather is fine. We found tulip festivals dotted around the...

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Thank You, Doctors!

Thank You, Doctors!

Did you know there’s a day set aside for doctors? In 1990, President Bush signed into law that 30 March 1991 would be “National Doctors Day.” A version of this holiday has been going on since the ‘30s, with a red carnation being the gift of choice for your favorite...

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VR – Not Just For Games

VR – Not Just For Games

Virtual Reality (VR) is tops with gamers, but it’s also used in ways unimagined just a few short years ago. VR simulations in the military enhance the training one goes through to become a medic or a pilot, a tank driver or even a combatant. Businesses use VR simulations to...

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Say Yes To Travel, No To Motion Sickness

Say Yes To Travel, No To Motion Sickness

Traveling adds depth and perspective to our lives. Saying yes to travel opportunities is fun! But motion sickness, the kind some of us experience when we fly, or ride in a car or boat, can be enough to stop us from going across town—forget about going across the country (or...

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Nausea And The Bad Old Days

Nausea And The Bad Old Days

At Reliefband®, we’re well-versed in the treatment of nausea, retching, and vomiting related to motion and morning sickness. We’re proud to bring our wearable technology to market—a device which provides drug-free, fast relief from the nausea, retching, and vomiting indicated above. Because this is our world, we have an intense...

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Spring Break!

Spring Break!

Spring break. Spring break! Two words that, when put together, make every college student’s heart happy. Where are you going? Cancun, South Padre Island, Daytona Beach, the Bahamas—the list of places with warm water and miles of soft sand is nearly endless. Not everybody follows the trail of conch shells...

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Ski Lifts, Elevators, And Motion Sickness, Oh My!

Ski Lifts, Elevators, And Motion Sickness, Oh My!

Motion sickness happens when one part of your body senses that you’re moving, and another part of your body does not sense movement. Symptoms may include nausea, cold sweats, vomiting, and possibly a headache. It’s never fun. For instance, when you’re riding in an elevator your inner ear senses movement,...

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Morning Sickness Beyond Three Months

Morning Sickness Beyond Three Months

Giving birth and raising a child—there’s nothing like it, right? Starting or growing your family is what it’s all about. Humans are tribal by nature and we all want to be a part of a clan, our own clan. Pregnancy, on the other hand, can feel isolating. Your partner wants...

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Winter Dreams Of Summer Days

Winter Dreams Of Summer Days

It’s deep winter. Snow is piling up in parts of the country, and the miserable weather does not invite us to frolic outdoors. What are we to do? Simple. We cozy up by the fire and dream our dreams of summer. And nothing says summer like sailing. Sunlight sparkling on...

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Are you making resolutions for 2017? It’s traditional. When we turn the page to a new year at the top of the calendar, we want to kick out old habits and start new ones. Most of us choose at least a handful of health-related resolutions. Here are some you’ll find...

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Happy Holidays!
Road Trip Dreams

Road Trip Dreams

Here you are, smack dab in the middle of holiday season dreaming about next year’s road trips. Why not, right? Road trips are part of our national psyche. They’re a rite of passage we embrace. Where are you headed and when will you go? We have a few ideas, and...

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Wearable Tech For The Holidays

Wearable Tech For The Holidays

Wearable technology is exploding in creativity and usefulness! This round-up of products is just a glimpse at what’s happening in the field. Enjoy!   Personal Safety Keeping ourselves and those we care about safe and sound is a big deal. Wearsafe is a small button you can clip to a piece...

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5 Stocking Stuffers For Your Traveler

5 Stocking Stuffers For Your Traveler

It’s December — time for holiday parties, twinkling lights, and trying to find the right something for that traveler in your life. We have five gift ideas that’ll make the most world-weary of wanderers smile. Paper laundry soap. It’s dried detergent in the form of slips of paper. You pop...

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