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January 22, 2020
If you've ever had a "stomach bug," chances are you had norovirus. Learn more details on transmission, treatment, and prevention.
Medically Reviewed by Primary Care
Categorized as: Cold and Flu, Family Health, Living and Wellness
Tagged with: antibiotics, diarrhea, dizziness, nausea, Severe dehydration, stomach pain, vomiting
July 28, 2017
Motion sickness occurs when the signals your brain receives from your eyes, ears, and muscles don't match what's occurring in your surroundings.
Categorized as: Family Health, Living and Wellness
Tagged with: dizziness, inner ear disorders, motion sickness
March 22, 2017
Vertigo is a sensation of the world spinning around you. It is a balance disorder and often not a cause for serious concern. Learn more about the problem.
Medically Reviewed by Ear Nose and Throat
Categorized as: Living and Wellness
Tagged with: balance, dizziness, vertigo, vestibular rehabilitation
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Article - 1 Minute Read
March 19, 2017
Learn more about what dizziness feels like, its causes, and when feeling lightheaded could be a sign of a serious problem.
Tagged with: dizziness, dizzy, lightheaded, vertigo
August 24, 2015
Postural hypotension is a form of low blood pressure that causes dizziness and lightheadedness. Learn about the risks and find out how to prevent it.
Categorized as: Family Health
Tagged with: dizziness, Fainting, Lightheadedness, low blood pressure, medical mondays, orthostatic hypotension, postural hypotension
July 26, 2015
Do you know the symptoms of a heart attack? FInd out what to do if someone is having a heart attack, and how early treatment can save lives.
Medically Reviewed by Heart and Vascular Institute
Categorized as: Health Topics A-Z, Heart and Vascular Health
Tagged with: aspirin, chest pain, CPR, dizziness, first aid, heart attack, heart attack symptoms, heart attack symptoms in women, nitroglycerin
June 4, 2015
Epilepsy causes are not always clear, but we do know a few factors that lead to it. Learn why understanding seizure triggers helps you be prepared.
Categorized as: Health Topics A-Z, Neurosurgery and Brain Health
Tagged with: Alzheimer's disease, Atherosclerosis, Brain tumor, diabetes, dizziness, epilepsy, epilepsy causes, epilepsy triggers, epileptic seizure, head injury, infection, medical mondays, seizure causes, seizure triggers, seizures, stress, stroke
February 1, 2015
Did you know symptoms of a heart attack are different for women? Discover which conditions women are more susceptible to, and learn about eary detection.
Categorized as: Heart and Vascular Health, Women's Health
Tagged with: arrhythmia, chest pain, coronary artery disease, coronary heart disease, dizziness, flutter, heart attack, heart attack symptoms, heart failure, heart palpitations, heart valve disease, valve problems, women's heart health
November 12, 2014
Learn more about heart palpitations, commonly identified by a fluttering in the chest, by discovering the causes and risks, as well as symptoms.
Categorized as: Heart and Vascular Health
Tagged with: abnormal heart beat, arrhythmia, caffeine, chest pain, dizziness, fear, heart, Heart and Vascular Institute, heart disease, heart failure, heart palpitations, intense exercise, light-headedness, Loss of consciousness, mitral valve prolapse, nicotine, panic attack, shortness of breath, stress