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travel sickness

See MOTION SICKNESS.

travel sickness

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MANCHESTER CITY have won just two of their last ten away European matches but they are worth backing to get over their travel sickness and rescue their chances of qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages.
That's probably because I used to suffer dreadfully from travel sickness.
A: Travel sickness is thought to happen when your eyes cannot keep up with the motion and this tends to lead to a loss of balance.
UKPRwire, Thu Aug 04 2011] Diamond has released the results of a new study that reveals one in four British children suffer from travel sickness.
BRIAN O'Driscoll has dismissed suggestions that French teams continue to suffer from travel sickness in the Heineken Cup as out of date.
An aircraft operated by charter airline Excel was diverted to southern Italy on 18 August after the discovery of a bomb threat scrawled on a travel sickness bag.
SHREWSBURY found a cure for their travel sickness as three second half goals clinched a convincing victory at the Kassam Stadium.
According to a report from Pfizer Consumer Health, when it comes to summer health products such as hay fever and travel sickness remedies, sun tan preparations and insect repellent, supermarkets score over pharmacies on convenience and value.
Ginger is an antidote to stomach problems and is appropriate for gastrointestinal upset or travel sickness.
You're meant to, because you've got the travel sickness first isolated by H.
These anti-stress pills contain naturally occurring amino acids used for travel sickness, nervousness and everyday stress.
With Alexis Sanchez on fire, the Gunners could pile on the misery today, as long as their travel sickness doesn't kick in again.