Scientists document how space travel messes with the human brain
Study shows astronauts who travelled on missions lasting at least six months experienced significant expansion of the cerebral ventricles
Space can be an unfriendly place for the human body, with microgravity conditions and other factors tampering with our physiology, from head to toe — head, of course, being a primary concern...
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