How a chemical from your brain could treat jet lag

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(The Washington Post) The symptoms of jet lag—fatigue, headache, indigestion—are all too common. PostTV producer (and former flight attendant) Gillian Brockell explains what happens in your brain when you get jet-lagged and what scientists have discovered to fight it. Watch the video

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