Body scans, missed connections, fighting for overhead bin space, annoying passengers in flight — there are many things about flying that can make your head pound. But some researchers are documenting yet another kind of pain from air travel, which they call the “airplane headache.”
Italian researchers have pinpointed a peculiar headache that they think is related to air pressure during descent.
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