Healthy Living: Astronaut Vision Solutions

NASA says up to two thirds of astronauts who spend extended amounts of time in space experience poor vision back on earth.

The culprit may be pressure changes in the brain, possibly caused by zero gravity.

As trips to Mars come closer to reality, NASA and the Pacific Neuroscience Institute are teaming up to solve that problem.

In Healthy Living, Courtney Hunter shows you how researchers are turning to a relatively simple solution that begins here on Earth.

There was a surprise benefit for one of the study participants: the thigh cuff relieved her chronic headaches.

Dr. Kesari is working on a cuff or compression stockings to improve symptoms from pressure in the brain.

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