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Dizziness (INACTIVE)

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  • Nausea, dizziness, fainting are most common theme park ailments

    Nausea, dizziness, fainting are most common theme park ailments
    Injuries and ailments from Southern California amusement park rides are rare. But when they do occur, the most common are fainting, nausea and dizziness. People are more likely to get sick or hurt on older attractions than on newer rides. And about 1 in...
  • NFL Week 9: No favorite is safe, and some end up sorry in crazy league

    NFL Week 9: No favorite is safe, and some end up sorry in crazy league
    No one is safe in the topsy-turvy NFL. The Buffalo Bills are on their third starting quarterback, yet they matched the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs score for score until the fourth quarter. The Chiefs won, 23-13, in a game that was closer than the...
  • Super-heated gas in Monrovia sickens 45; 11 hospitalized

    Super-heated gas in Monrovia sickens 45; 11 hospitalized
    Nearly 50 people in Monrovia complained of dizziness and other symptoms Monday after a manufacturing company mixed three chemicals that became super-heated and were released into the air. City officials have since cleared the scene at Air Logistics,...
  • IndieCade: A look at some of the year’s most exciting games

     
    Stroll end to end at IndieCade, a now-annual game festival and conference in Culver City, and there’s as much for […]...
  • Brain trauma seems to increase risk of ischemic stroke

    Brain trauma seems to increase risk of ischemic stroke
    In the wake of a traumatic brain injury, a victim may have more to worry about than lingering headaches, dizziness or inability to concentrate: A new study finds that the risk of ischemic stroke -- in which blood flow to the brain is blocked or reduced --...
  • Chemical odor, kids' nosebleeds, few answers in South L.A. neighborhood

    Chemical odor, kids' nosebleeds, few answers in South L.A. neighborhood
    Monic Uriarte says she began having headaches and bouts of dizziness three years ago, about the time she and her neighbors began smelling a chemical odor on the streets and in their homes. Then Uriarte's 9-year-old daughter and other children in the...
  • Bell corruption trial: Juror excused for vertigo

     
    The judge in the trial corruption trial of six former Bell council members excused a juror after receiving a note from her doctor Tuesday....
  • 13 O.C. firefighters disciplined in alleged haircut hazing ritual

     
    The Orange County Fire Authority has disciplined 13 firefighters in connection with a hazing incident in which half a dozen firefighters from Laguna Hills were spotted with strange, Mohawk-like haircuts....
  • Suspect in Newport doctor shooting talked of health problems

     
    The 75-year-old retired barber who is suspected of fatally shooting a Newport Beach urologist had health problems and complained to his neighbors about his medical issues. Stanwood Fred Elkus would talk to residents in his Lake Elsinore neighborhood about...
  • Circus training without feeling like a clown

    Circus training without feeling like a clown
    I always dreamed of running away and joining the circus, and then on a recent Wednesday I did — and took my whole family with me. We sneaked away from bothersome school and work obligations and went for a private group class at Cirque School in...
  • Kim Novak says she's bipolar, regrets leaving Hollywood

     
    Actress Kim Novak told an audience at the TCM Classic Film Festival Friday that she has bipolar disorder, and sometimes regrets her decision to leave Hollywood in the late 1960s at the height of her fame....