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By Jeremy Berger Published July 22, 2012 Askmen.com For a number of reasons, vacations in which you get plastered in Las Vegas or eat your way through Paris are on the outs. We don’t have time to come back and recover before hitting the bricks again. At the same time, there’s something about continuing our regular exercise regimen while we’re away that seems doltish. The alternative? A vacation that leaves your more fit than when you left. Here are 10 of them to get you started. 1. Spa Trip A spa vacation may not sound like something that would lead…

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By Sharon Liao Published July 24, 2012 Real Simple iStock Focusing on a Fixed Point Best for: Mild dizziness and general nausea. How it works: Motion sickness occurs when the ways your brain and your inner ear perceive movement don’t match up. Your inner ear can sense that you’re moving, but if your eyes are focused inside the vehicle (on the dashboard, for example), they will send a signal to your brain that you aren’t moving, says Michael Zimring, M.D., the director of travel medicine at Mercy Medical Center, in Baltimore. Looking at a stationary spot outside the vehicle—say, a building in…

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By George Hobica Published July 25, 2012 FoxNews.com Bellows Field Beach Park in Waimana is the best for swimming and water sports. The newly-renovated USS Arizona Memorial/WW II Valor in the Pacific National Monument is, for many visitors, the highlight of their visit (NPS) Stop at various beaches and sites along the way, such as the Halona Blowhole. (iStock) Salt Kitchen and Tasting Bar has a small but perfectly executed menu worth trying. (Salt Kitchen and Tasting Bar) The stylish Modern Hotel, originally developed by hotelier Ian Schrager but now under new management, offer serious glamour and luxury. (Modern Hotel) Next Slide Previous Slide I’ll state…