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On the market since the mid-1990s, the FDA-cleared Reliefband wearable therapeutic neuromodulation device may be worth a try for motion-sick-prone passengers, and the company recently released the next-gen device called the Reliefband 2.0. Aviation Consumer Editor Larry Anglisano took it flying. More

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