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With another day of oppressive, humid, sticky heat in the Northeast and Midwest, U.S. government officials warn outdoor workers of the risk of heat stress. Workers at greater risk of heat stress include those who are age 65 or older, are overweight,
The heat and humidity can be hard on anyone who works or spends a great amount of time outdoors, but it can also be tough on milk-producing cows. More News Dr. Marcia Endres, from the University of Minnesota-Extension, says the higher temperatures
A maximum of 41 degrees was forecast for the city on Sunday, with the mercury expected to remain that high on Monday and Tuesday...The Bureau of Meteorology says thunderstorms are likely to develop at the start of the week but will clear by Wednesday
Martin said the perfect storm occurred when a highly motivated athlete unfamiliar with warm conditions pushed themselves to the maximum in warm, humid conditions...In the United States, more than 33 athletes have died of heatstroke since 1995. The
Seek advice from your local veterinarian to make a definitive diagnosis. Inappropriate diets: A history of a low-fibre diet, high carbohydrate diet or even sudden dietary change can produce diarrhoea. Affected rabbits are often depressed, dehydrated
Garbage truck drivers are well known for their hard work and long days on collection routes. They start before dawn and work well into the day's hottest heat...That's why company managers focus special attention on heat-related health issues as the
Today could be the hottest day so far this year if the temperature reaches the predicted high of 108 degrees. "We're probably looking at the warmest spell of the summer," said Karl Swanberg, a forecaster in the National Weather Service's Sacramento
There have been 10 confirmed deaths related to the heat wave that assailed the Chicago area this week, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. Autopsies conducted today determined that four additional people had succumbed to this week'
While many Chicagoans were able to escape the third day of triple-digit temperatures Friday retreating to air-conditioned homes or cooling centers authorities said that over the last few days, at least six people have succumbed to the stifling heat.
The Dubai Municipality's Safe and Healthy Summer Campaign for workers is advocating the benefits that companies can achieve by providing proper care for workers to protect them from heat stress and exhaustion. When the workers are tired and exhausted