Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski experienced dizziness during a timeout early in the second half of Wednesday night’s game at Wake Forest and did not conduct a his usual post-game press conference.
For 40-year-old retired Marine captain, Chris McGleinnaiss, the world isn’t always steady and easy to hang onto.
by Toni Bernhard, J.D. in Turning Straw Into Gold
In October of 2012, I wrote a piece called “Confessions of a Sick Person.” Fast forward almost a year and a half, and I have more to confess. Ten confessions then. Ten confessions now.
Diane Morley said her body now feels like it is constantly swaying and she has trouble doing everyday tasks such as ironing, hoovering and watching TV
Norman Cousins wondered – if negative emotions have a negative impact on body chemistry, what about positive emotions? Could those heal?
Alan Desmond is a regular contributor to Hearing Health & Technology Matters' "Dizziness Depot." This week he discusses the overuse of CT scans in the emergency room, and how accepted protocols for vestibular diagnostics could improve vestibular screening in primary care and the ER.
It is not uncommon to take a little time to find your land legs after being on a boat, with the sensation of being off balance or still rocking with the waves lasting for minutes, hours or, at most, a few days. However for some people this feeling lasts for years with debilitating consequences.
The 3D blockbuster is a rollercoaster of a ride but if you suffer self-diagnosed 'cybersickness', Gravity can really get you down
by Susan Jaffe
It used to be difficult for Edith Couturier, an 85-year-old resident of the District of Columbia, to explain to her adult children on the West Coast all the details of her medical appointments. But now she doesn't go alone — she takes along a volunteer "medical note taker."
"There are four ears listening to what the doctor says," said Couturier.