When you have a cold or allergies, your life revolves around tissues. Your nose feels like a nonstop spigot of mucus (not your best look, by the way). Why do you constantly have to blow your nose -- and what's going on in your schnozz when you do?
WHAT'S INSIDE: EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
- Nose & Throat
At night, your eyes adjust to darkness after several minutes. Do you know why it takes that long? Take a look at how your eyes adjust to darkness.
Back away from that speaker, turn down that iPod and put down that power tool unless you want the ringing in your ears to remain permanent. Sound can hurt you, and that ringing may be the first sign.