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dizziness

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Why don't spinning ballet dancers get dizzy?

Study reveals how ballet dancers' brains adapt to suppress dizziness during spins, and researchers say the findings could help lead to treatment for chronic dizziness.

By Nov. 5, 2013

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8 out of 10 regret buying a 3D TV, survey says

A new survey finds 79 per cent of 3D TV owners regret buying their 3D televisions because of expensive extras and a lack of stuff to watch.

By Jan. 6, 2014

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Jimmy Kimmel pitches solution for dizzy iOS 7 users

A new product unveiled in a sketch on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" could ward off the bouts of motion sickness reported by people using iOS 7.

By Oct. 2, 2013

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Could goggles hold key to detecting strokes early?

Johns Hopkins neurologist says device reminiscent of swim goggles will help detect strokes faster in emergency rooms -- and help save lives.

By Mar. 6, 2013

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Vertigo sufferers seek treatment on YouTube

People suffering from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo can find easy relief on YouTube. But they have to be choosy about which video they watch -- only 64 percent of the clips showing the Epley maneuver are accurate.

By Jul. 25, 2012

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Faulty vest valve blamed for F-22 pilots' hypoxia symptoms

Valve on pressure vests worn at high altitude caused pilots of the jet fighter to experience dizziness, disorientation, and even blackouts for years.

By Jul. 24, 2012

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Agoraphobic artist slays demons through comics

Characters in Kimball Anderson's comics don't battle the villains typical of the genre. They fight an anxiety disorder that can turn the simple act of leaving the house into a frightening ordeal.

By Aug. 12, 2013

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FCC to review mobile radiation stance

New standards could be put in place, if the FCC carries out its inquiry.

By Jun. 17, 2012

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Learning to fly: Future space tourists train like fighter pilots

With commercial space flight on the horizon, a Pennsylvania training center offers would-be astronauts a chance to experience the rigors of blasting off. CNET sister site SmartPlanet investigates.

By Nov. 4, 2013

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Zio stick-on heart rhythm monitor 'the Netflix of heart care'

More than half the participants in a study who wore the wireless digital device avoided unnecessary follow-up care, while it may have saved the life of one participant.

By May. 15, 2012