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Howie Mandel Is 'At Home And Doing Better' After Fainting At A Starbucks, Reveals He Was 'Dehydrated' & 'Had Low Blood Sugar'

Oct. 14 2021, Published 6:56 a.m. ET

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Howie Mandel gave an update on his condition after he fainted outside a Starbucks.

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As previously reported by OK!, the 65-year-old was taken to a nearby hospital after he collapsed in Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 13.

"I am home and doing better," Mandel tweeted. "I was dehydrated and had low blood sugar. I appreciate the great doctors and nurses that took such good care of me. Thank you to everyone who reached out but I am doing ok!"

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Fans sent the actor their well wishes.

"glad u are ok howie. feel better soon<3," one fan replied on Twitter.

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"I am so glad. My heart just dropped when I first heard what happened. You are such an incredible light in this world and I am so glad to hear it wasn't serious. Please take excellent care of yourself," another user wrote.

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"Thank goodness your ok you have a marvelous night," a third fan added.

According to TMZ, the America's Got Talent judge is a regular customer at the Starbucks in question. Customers who knew him were shocked to see him pass out.

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He is said to have been with his wife, Terry Mandel, and some friends when he passed out and was laid down on a bench. He was reportedly able to sit up by the time the Los Angeles Fire Department arrived on the scene but was taken to a medical center as a precaution and to run some tests.

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The former Deal or No Deal host has been candid about his Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in the past. He previously told Page Six that he takes medication to manage the condition.

"I’m moving my therapist into a whole new tax bracket on the phone," he joked. "Some people call it a pandemic, I call it 'told ya!'"

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