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TV Meteorologist Shares Update After Fainting Live on Air

A Los Angeles meteorologist who fainted during a live TV broadcast is speaking out for the first time about her frightening ordeal. Alissa Carlson appeared on "CBS Mornings" to explain what happened. Carlson later revealed that she was diagnosed with vasovagal syncope. It's a common type of fainting that impacts millions of Americans. Dr. Holly Andersen says the warning signs include lightheadedness, darkening of your visual fields and a sense of nausea.
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