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The Middle Seat

Episode 9

What Happens to Your Brain on Jet Lag

What Happens to Your Brain on Jet Lag

By Scott McCartney and Daniela Hernandez

If you ever traveled across a time zone, chances are you’re no stranger to jet lag. Scott McCartney asks Wall Street Journal science reporter Daniela Hernandez exactly what’s happening to his brain when he takes a long-haul flight.

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Join WSJ columnist Scott McCartney in "The Middle Seat" as he navigates the trials and tribulations of frequent travel and offers advice for making it a smoother ride.

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