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Cheltenham Syncope Clinic
- Neurocardiogenic Syncope (also known as Vasovagal Syncope) and Carotid Sinus Syndrome are important, treatable, yet under-diagnosed causes of recurrent blackouts. Diagnosis and management of these conditions is explained in this website.
- Also known as fainting, an information sheet compiled by NINDS, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
NPR : 'In Defense of Fainting'
- Writer William Loiseaux has done a bit of scientific, linguistic, cultural and historical research on the act of fainting. He's written a treatise of sorts on the topic. It's called "In Defense of Fainting," published in The American Scholar and reprinted here. (June 01, 2001)
American Academy of Family Physicians
- An article entitled: Exercise-Related Syncope in the Young Athlete: Reassurance, Restriction or Referral? (November 01, 1999)
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