Your devices can trigger symptoms similar to motion sickness.
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If you ever felt nauseous, fatigued or disoriented after using your phone or computer, you may be experiencing a condition similar to motion sickness.
It’s no fun to exercise if you wind up doubled over with gastrointestinal problems.
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You’re working out, feeling great – until your stomach starts to churn and you’re sidelined with a bout of nausea. Here’s what’s happening in your body and how to avoid this common effect of exercise.
Stomach pains are a rare symptom of COVID-19 and are much more likely to be caused by something else.
You’re allowed to eat foods like eggs, avocados and berries on the keto diet.
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The adverse symptoms some people experience after adopting the ketogenic diet is known as the “keto flu”.
More than a quarter of us will suffer from motion sickness.
Motion sickness can make you feel pretty wretched. But there are a few things you can do to try and prevent it, or to treat it once it takes hold.
Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson suits up ahead of a spacewalk. Vomiting inside a spacesuit during a spacewalk could be fatal for astronauts.
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NSW is about to embark on the largest and most definitive clinical trial ever of medicinal cannabis for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
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