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About half flunked a critical eye movement test, and more than two dozen reported dizziness or vertigo.
Last year, the State Department pulled from Cuba a large number of diplomats who had developed vertigo, sleeplessness and cognitive impairment, saying the country was unable to protect them.
Beneath the album’s aspirational sparkle, a sense of vertigo lends Everything Is Love real drama.
Last year, news broke that people associated with the US Embassy in Cuba have been suffering from a vague collection of symptoms like headache, nausea, vertigo, and hearing loss.
But Morris did not play a single game as a freshman, and Rotanz successfully applied for a medical redshirt after overcoming a bout with vertigo that kept him from playing as a sophomore.
Without an overscheduled Google Calendar, there is vertigo.
Also: Top Reds prospect Nick Senzel returns, discusses bout with vertigoPlenty of fans in Yankees T-shirts and hats flocked to Louisville Slugger Field on a muggy evening.
Meniere’s disease is an inner ear disorder that produces feelings of vertigo, as well as tinnitus (or ringing) and hearing loss.
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VERTIGO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vertigo for English Language Learners
: a feeling of dizziness caused especially by being in a very high place
VERTIGO Defined for Kids
medical Definition of vertigo
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