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Is Havana Syndrome Real? Here’s What History Can Tell Us

Havana Syndrome is a group of symptoms, including headache, nausea, vertigo, and memory loss, first reported by American CIA officers in Havana in 2016. Many suspect foul play but others believe it could be a case of mass psychogenic illness (MPI), a physical illness with psychological causes rooted in stress or anxiety. Since its initial reporting, hundreds of cases have been recorded globally. The cause remains undetermined and experts believe it could be a combination of radiation exposure and psychological factors.

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