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Traveling With Kids
If you'd rather cancel the trip than travel with your children, this eMedTV slideshow is for you! In it, we offer real-life solutions for keeping children occupied (and parents sane) during long trips, with tips on games, toys, electronics, and more.

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Travel Dread

At some point, every parent will dread the thought of traveling with kids. The long car rides, the airports, being cooped up in a plane or car -- these can be terrifying and overwhelming thoughts to many parents. But rest assured, there are some fun ways to help ease this torture! Although the electronic age has more than compensated for any lack in entertainment, there comes a time when you may want to make traveling together as a family more interactive.

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