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    Morbid fear of heights, especially when it is irrational (for e.g. when one is not particularly high up or is safely secured) – is often and incorrectly referred to as vertigo – perhaps, at least in parts, due to the popularity of Alfred Hitchcock‘s psychological thriller film by the same name. Vertigo which comes from the Latin verto (meaning: a spinning movement) actually refers to a type of dizziness in   Read More ...

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