As a GP, bad headaches are among the most common topics I’m asked about. Here’s how you can assess whether to stay home, see a doctor — or head straight to emergency.
Barometric pressure headaches are often the result of pressure changes in our sinuses.
There are several different science ideas around why, but the answer may have something to do with what happens when we cool down the roof of our mouth.
The brain itself can’t actually feel pain. It can’t sense damage to itself the way your finger can. We know this because people can have brain surgery while they are totally awake.
Getting rid of this scourge is nothing to be sneezed at.