How to Deal With Motion Sickness

Motion sickness — an inner ear disorder that causes nausea, dizziness and even vomiting — is an unpleasant but common occurrence on car, boat and plane trips, says Dr. Jennifer Derebery, a physician at the House Clinic in Los Angeles who specializes in ear disorders....

The Descent Makes Your Head Ache

When your plane is descending, the tube behind your eardrum is forced to work overtime to adjust to the rapidly changing air pressure. “It’s opening and trying to equalize the pressure, which is why almost everyone feels some popping in their ears,” says Jennifer...