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Sun Poisoning – So much for 'lower order needs' by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Jun 2011 8:22am For the most part of our adult lives, there are some thing that we cannot live without. Food, water, a roof over our head, sex and community. Yes, Abraham Maslow called it the "lower order needs". There's one thing that can be added to that list as a whole. The Sun. According to scientists, life on Earth would not survive i ... Read on »
Sunstroke by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 May 2011 10:54am Heat stroke is unfortunately not a rare disease in animals. Too often, dogs are locked in a car parked in the sun, causing the temperature in a short time can rise very high. The dog is overheating, is wheezing, difficulty breathing gets, knocked unconscious and may die soon. In dogs may also be a long walk or cycle in the sun t ... Read on »
HOT WEATHER TIPS by Whidbeywoman Posted Thu 04 Jun 2009 12:00am We've had hot weather this week. So, we've really been pushing the fluids. People with cancer and other illness can get easily dehydrated. Add warm weather to the mix and it can be deadly. Some Helpful Hints: Wear light colored clothing, sunglasses and a hat. Avoid direct sunlight as much as possible. Use air conditioning or fans. Limit a ... Read on »
Beat the Heat by Whidbeywoman Posted Thu 08 Jul 2010 12:00am People with Cancer and other illness can get easily dehydrated. So, please check on your disabled and elderly neighbors! Helpful Hints: Wear light colored clothing, sunglasses and a hat. Avoid direct sunlight as much as possible. Use air conditioning or fans. Limit activity. Drink plenty of fluids. Eat fruit, vegetables, jello, popsi ... Read on »
Heat Stroke Symptoms by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 8:46am The heat wave that is making it way across the United States at this point is also making the news . Amazingly, there have been more heat-related deaths in the United States between the 1980s and the early 2000s in comparison with the deaths of all the natural disasters combined. If that's not enough, Stanford professors pr ... Read on »
Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke in Dogs by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 13 Jul 2012 6:35pm This isn’t going to be an in depth scientific explanation about heat exhaustion and heat stroke in dogs. It is going to be an alert about it and what you should do if you find yourself in this situation with your dog. Thank you to our friend and upcoming colleague in animal naturopathy, Angela Rector, who asked us to write about this t ... Read on »
Avoid Dehydration to Prevent Heat Exhaustion or Stroke by USA.gov Posted Thu 15 Aug 2013 1:00pm Hot summer months mean lots of outdoor activities, lots of time in the sun, and lots and lots of sweating - perfect ingredients for a dangerous case of dehydration , which can lead to heat exhaustion or even heat stroke. The best way to stop dehydration? Take preemptive steps to prevent it. Drink lots of water, and stay hydrated. On an av ... Read on »
Vitamin D deficiency doubles stroke risk in whites, but not blacks by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 20 Nov 2010 12:00am HopkinsMedicine.org - Low levels of vitamin D, the essential nutrient obtained from milk, fortified cereals and exposure to sunlight, doubles the stroke risk in whites, but not in blacks, according to a new report by researchers at Johns Hopkin ... Read on »
Wholegrains reduce stroke by a ... by John R. Posted Mon 13 Dec 2010 3:07am Wholegrains reduce stroke by as much as drugs (?) This small study is interesting but does not really encourage direct replication. The most marked change in symptoms that they observed was a 6 mmHg drop in systolic blood pressure. A drop as small as that would certainly have no effect on mortality at all in most cases. By way of comparisi ... Read on »
Running In The Heat (And A Tribute To The Hunger Games and Anchorman THE ANCHORGAMES) by WildThingsRUNFree Facebook Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 11:55pm Spring seems to be a little confused this year. Blazing hot one day and chances of snow in the forecast the next…. But, regardless of how resistant it is, the sweltering hot weather  is in our very near future ! I’m thankful to have lived in both Texas and Florida , two very hot and humid states – so adjusting to a Maryland summer sh ... Read on »