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Vertigo Isn’t a Diagnosis — It’s a Symptom

The condition has a dizzying number of causes

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InIn the fall of 2017, Sara Morgan tried to get out of bed, and the whole room spun around her. “I collapsed and was totally unable to get up,” she says. “I freaked out and called an ambulance and had to be carried out on a stretcher.”




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Kate Morgan

Kate Morgan

Kate is a freelance journalist who’s been published by Popular Science, The New York Times, USA Today, and many more. Read more at bykatemorgan.com.

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