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faint

a sudden spontaneous loss of consciousness, usually momentary, caused by an insufficient supply of blood to the brain
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com/2017/12/15/video-captures-dramatic-rescue-of-man-who-fell-onto-train-tracks-in-brooklyn/) rescued by fellow commuters December 2017 when he fainted onto the railway.
As per details, 90 students fainted on Wednesday because of eating poisonous snacks and today more than 220 students of other schools have been fainted.
The post School girl in intensive care fainted after giving blood appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
At that time a hero monkey came to side of his fainted friend and showed amazing performance to bring him into life.
Islamabad -- Four workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) landed in hospital on Sunday after they fainted due to generator gas leak.
Researchers looked at 51 same-sex pairs of twins, where at least one had fainted.
The research found that among twins where one fainted, those who were identical (from the same fertilized egg) were nearly twice as likely to both faint compared to fraternal twins (those from two different fertilized eggs).
RUMOURS that X Factor's Amelia Lily fainted on stage last night are "untrue", says her Teesside family.
My sister, who is 72 years old, has fainted several times as she was getting up from a chair.
Clinical director of the Independent General Practice answers your medical queries Q Last week I fainted in work.
At least eight participants fainted while they were presenting different programmes that formed part of the annual celebrations.