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Extreme Heat Causes Major Health Problems for Older Adults

...some parts of the country, older adults are at higher risk of health problems if they don't take the proper precautions to protect themselves from the sweltering heat. About 200 Americans die of health problems caused by high heat and humidity every year, most of them are 50 or older. Due to some of the physi...

Too Hot for Wigs: Bald Women Go Natural in Nevada

... Bald Girls Do Lunch(R) Brings Cool Advice to Las Vegas SCARBOROUGH, N.Y., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- sweltering under wigs unable to grow hair, women are turning to Bald Girls Do Lunch(R) for cool options and warm hearts. So, Bald Girls Do Lunch(R), a not-for-pr...

H2O = Big Business in a Bottle

... Revenue in 2007 Expected to Reach $5.974 Billion With Growth Set to Climb Higher Through 2012 LOS ANGELES, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- With another sweltering summer forecast for 2008, IBISWorld, Inc., today revealed the hot trends that are driving growth in the burgeoning, multi-billion dollar bottled water...

The physiology of champions

...opaminergic and the noradrenergic reuptake was inhibited by the anti-smoking aid Xyban were able to exercise twenty minutes longer than usual in the sweltering heat and tolerated higher core body temperature. What genes makes a champion, asked Alun Williams et al"2 They identify 23 individual genetic varia...

Climate may increase heat-related deaths by 2050s, says Mailman School of PH study

...ecause this study did not factor in the future growth in population that is projected for New York City and which will expose even more New Yorkers to sweltering summer heat, it can be argued that the population constant method provides a conservative projection of possible future climate-related changes in tem...

After Bringing Cheer Rains Choke Delhi's Roads

...choked roads and the unbearable stink due to overflowing drains have become a sore point. The air conditioned Metro that brought relief during sweltering summer days has again come to the rescue of Delhiites. "Thanks to the Metro I am saved from the endless wait on the roads during traffic jams especial...

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...avenously. The key to beating the heat, of course, is prevention. Dr. Heine offers the following tips for keeping cool and healthy despite the sweltering sun and humidity. Don't overexert yourself. Drink a quart of fluids an hour. Wear loose clothing light in color and fabric, as well as ...

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

...f the families are vegetarians. The majority of Indians love their ‘magic brew’, as 77% of Indians consumed tea or coffee everyday. Despite the sweltering heat, only 4% of Indians take to cold drinks on a regular basis, although it must be noted that these drinks are gaining popularity among the young. ...

Mango: the cancer combater

...ly not that mango springs to mind the image of a medication. Rather it is the “king of fruits//” and a darling of all! Mango comes as a respite in the sweltering heat and charms one and all. Besides tantalising the taste buds it has been found to fight tumours and make cancer fret. Nutritionally mango is a rich...
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