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Dizziness (INACTIVE)

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  • Ducks' Jonas Hiller says he might be suffering from vertigo

     
    Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller said Wednesday that vertigo might be the cause of the discomfort that has forced him onto injured reserve twice this season with no sign of imminent relief. Speaking to reporters after the Ducks’ morning skate at......
  • Time coming for Ducks' Jonas Hiller to set a timetable for his return

     
    Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller, plagued by vertigo symptoms for more than a month and able to play in only two games since he appeared in the NHL All-Star Game, said he’s feeling “definitely better than a week ago” after alternating......
  • Ducks' Jonas Hiller gives up two goals in 19 seconds and is pulled

     
    The joy did not last long for the Ducks' Jonas Hiller against the Predators in Nashville on Thursday night. Eleven minutes 39 seconds, to be exact. The All-Star goaltender, in his first game back after sitting out 15 games because......
  • Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller gets the start against Nashville

     
    It was clear from watching Wednesday night's game against the Dallas Stars that the Ducks were happy to have All-Star goaltender Jonas Hiller back with them -- even if it was on the bench and not in the game. Hiller......
  • Ducks' goalie Jonas Hiller participates in Friday's morning skate

     
    It wasn't easy to watch the opening minutes of the Ducks game in Nashville on Thursday night. Starting in goal was Jonas Hiller, whose symptoms of vertigo had kept him out of 15 consecutive games. And it seemed right from......
  • Does cancer patient have the right to switch apartments?

    Question: I live alone in an upper-level apartment. I was recently diagnosed with cancer and began chemotherapy treatments. The side effects of the treatment include dizziness and exhaustion. My physician has suggested that I try to minimize my exposure...
  • 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...
  • Written on the eyelids

    Written on the eyelids
    By Ed Park Last fall, the Portland, Ore.-based literary journal Tin House published an issue titled "Fantastic Women," a satisfyingly plump gathering of work by what could loosely be called the new breed of fabulists. The fiction displays slipstream-...
  • 3-D TV scare from Australia: Don't watch 3-D if you're fat, sleepy or drunk

     
    According to this hilarious story from Variety, which would make for a great "Daily Show" sketch once Jon Stewart gets done lambasting Muslim extremists, Samsung's Australian website is warning 3-D TV viewers to stay away from the TV if "you......
  • Wind turbine noise is not a health risk, says trade group report

     
    The American Wind Energy Assn., the country’s main wind-power trade group, released a report today that said the sounds generated by wind turbines were not a health risk.The report argues that the levels and frequencies of the noise are no......
  • Family doctoring -- it's a three-ring circus

    Family doctoring -- it's a three-ring circus
    SOMETIMES MY work as a doctor feels like a regular three-ring circus. Three rings under the big top, each with something compelling going on. You dare not take your eyes off ring No. 1 for fear of missing something. But the lion tamer is strolling into...