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    Six National Guard soldiers were sent to the hospital for observation after experiencing heat-related issued during a training march at a military training school in Connecticut. Major Dave Pytlik with the Connecticut National Guard said the soldiers were among several dozen participating this week in officer training school at the Guard’s Stone’s Ranch Military Reservation in East Lyme. Monday is known as 'rough march' day, where the soldiers carry heavy backpacks on rigorous training march, he said. Pytlik said medical personnel, including a doctor, were on hand as part of precautions for the early morning march and responded appropriately to treat those suffering dehydration and other heat-related symptoms. Fire and EMS crews from multiple surrounding towns were called to the reservation at 7.41am, Mike Finkelstein, the town’s emergency management director told the Middletown Press.  Six soldiers training to be officers in the National Guard, like the ones seen here, were hospitalized Monday with heat-related illnesses after carrying large backpacks on a march Officials say medical staff, like the medic seen here, was on site as a precaution on...
    SIX people have been hospitalized after suffering from dehydration during a training exercise. Police told The Sun that crews initially arrived at the site to reports of just one person suffering from dehydration, but it quickly escalated. 1Six guardsmen were rushed to hospital A total of six people were transported to hospital shortly after 7.40 on Monday morning. They were hit by the symptoms after undergoing a training exercise. Details of what they were doing have not yet been released. Cops did not know the current condition of the heroes, just that they were hospitalized. The weather in the area is currently sitting at 73 degrees and a flash flood warning is in place. Most read in NewsBASEBALL SCANDALDodgers star's leave extended after accuser texts releasedLatest'SPOILED CHILD'Donald Trump accuses Facebook of 'election meddling' as he blasts big techGUNNED DOWNLatest updates as rapper KTS Dre killed being shot 64 TIMES in Chicago ambushEXTRA VIRGINRichard Branson becomes first billionaire in space as vid shows him floatingGUNNED DOWNRapper Indian Red Boy, 21, 'killed during Instagram Live chat from inside car'KILLER BOLTLightning strike kills...
    DEL RIO, Texas – The Texas summer heat is rising, and with it the body count along the Southwest Texas border, where dangerous environmental conditions pose a life-threatening risk for migrants attempting to cross into the U.S. illegally. Since the beginning of this fiscal year, Oct. 1, U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Del Rio Sector recovered 24 deceased migrants from heat exposure. Agents also rescued 770 migrants in distress from heat-related injuries. READ MORE: Billionaire Blast Off: Move Over Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson Is Going To Space First  Del Rio Sector has rescue beacons in operation designed to save lives. Each beacon is equipped with a signal box activated by pressing a large red button. Directions are displayed in English and Spanish languages and include a pictorial guide for those who may not read or write. READ MORE: Arlington Police Searching For 73-Year-Old Man With Impaired Mental Condition Rescue calls are also coordinated through county 911 dispatchers. MORE NEWS: US Sprinter And Dallas Native ShaCarri Richardson Reportedly Fails Drug Test, Could Miss Olympics To avoid death or injury from...
    Dehydration may not seem like a serious medical issue, yet when you realize that our bodies are made of 60 to 70 percent water, it puts the necessity for adequate water intake into a bit more perspective. Water not only makes up most of our bodies, but it also keeps a majority of our crucial systems running smoothly. This includes a myriad of bodily functions such as removing waste from our blood, keeping blood vessels open so that “important nutrients can travel freely to our kidneys,” regulating body temperature, helping your brain function, aids digestion, and water even boosts our immune system. No matter how important water is for our bodies, at one point or another we all find ourselves not drinking enough or consuming enough water-rich foods. It’s also guaranteed that we will all experience dehydration multiple times throughout our lives. This is especially true during hot weather, physical activity, or sickness. Luckily, if you find yourself suddenly dehydrated and you want to take some immediate action, there are a handful of ways to start replenishing your body! First...
    A TWO-YEAR-OLD toddler has been found alive in scrubland 36 hours after vanishing from his bed and sparking a huge search operation. Locals who had volunteered to help find the youngster discovered him more than two miles from his home in Proenca-a-Velha in central Portugal near the country’s border with Spain. 6Noah, 2, disappeared some time between 5.30am and 8am on WednesdayCredit: Solarpix 6It was an emotional reunion for Noah and his anguished parentsCredit: Solarpix The child, named so far only as Noah, is said to be okay after being taken to hospital suffering dehydration following an emotional reunion with his anguished parents. The youngster became the focus of a huge search involving emergency services and volunteers after vanishing early on Wednesday morning. His farm worker dad left the family home around 5.30am and Noah’s mum discovered him gone from his bed when she woke up around 8am. The toddler was found just before 8pm on Thursday night and his parents reunited...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Passengers nationwide are trying to rebook after technical issues at Southwest Airlines halted travel plans. Southwest Airlines resumed normal flight operations Tuesday afternoon, but two passengers still can’t fly after Monday’s delay at Denver International Airport. What was supposed to be a quick layover in Denver turned into a two-night hospital stay. READ MORE: Lack Of Staffing & Supplies Keeping Splash Pads Running Dry “The pilot was like it’ll be 15 minutes. Then he said 15 minutes again. Then said 15 minutes again,” said Efia Brown, a Southwest Airlines passenger. (credit: CBS) Brown was flying with her 6-year-old daughter, Skai, from Los Angeles to St. Louis. Southwest Airline’s technical issues turned their “15 minute” taxi to the gate into a two-hour-long wait. The longer they sat on the tarmac, the sicker Skai got. “I was thinking, ‘Oh my God, we need to get her off of the plane because she’s not doing good,’” said Brown. “She kept throwing up, and they kept having to come clean out the seat. It was embarrassing and frustrating. I was overwhelmed....
    A TENNESSEE toddler died of starvation and hypertonic dehydration after he was left strapped in a car seat following his mum's fatal drug overdose, autopsy results have revealed. The Sumner County Sheriff’s Office said 15-month-old Nicholas Crowder was found inside a Portland home earlier this year, where he was secured to a seat without food, water or care. 2 15-month-old Nicholas Crowder died of starvation and dehydration, an autopsy revealedCredit: Facebook 2 Crowder's mother Tiffany Spears, 32, was found dead at the scene from a drug overdoseCredit: Facebook According to autopsy results released Monday, Crowder's 32-year-old mother Tiffany Spears, whose body was also found at the scene, died of a drug overdose due to a combination of fentanyl and methamphetamine. Deputies were called to the scene in February, after a probation officer who was making a home visit observed a medical emergency. Upon arrival, deputies discovered Crowder, Spears and a 3-year-old, who was taken to hospital for treatment. MOST READ IN US NEWSLive BlogNEWSMAN TRAGEDYTrolls spread Clinton nonsense conspiracy after anchor found deadLive BlogTRAGIC LOSSPorn star's George Floyd mural pic...
    A toddler whose body was found strapped in his car seat inside his Tennessee home died of starvation and dehydration after his mother fatally overdosed on meth and fentanyl, autopsies show.  Tiffany Spears, 32, and her 15-month-old son, Nicholas Crowder, were found dead inside the home in Portland, north-east of Nashville, back in February but the results of their autopsies were only released on Monday. The medical examiner, who ruled both deaths an accident, said Spears had been dead several days after dying of a drug overdose. It is not clear how long Nicholas had been dead before he was found but his cause of death was starvation and dehydration.  Tiffany Spears, 32, and her 15-month-old son, Nicholas Crowder, were found dead inside the home in Portland, Tennessee in February His three-year-old sister, who was found alive inside the home, appeared to have tried to care for the little boy prior to him dying.  The medical examiner noted that food, including dried egg and eggshells, were found in and around his car seat.   Authorities were first alerted after a probation...
    EVERGREEN, Colo. (CBS4)– Rescue crews helped a family of six off a hiking trail near Evergreen on Sunday. The group was dehydrated and said they were trying to get off the mountain because the heat was too much. (credit: CBS) The family was reported missing about 1 p.m. after they went on a hike in O’Fallon Park. They were found suffering from dehydration. They had been hiking without water for about two hours. Rescuers gave them water and walked them to the trailhead. Fortunately, none required medical attention but crews said it would have been much worse if they had not been found so quickly. RELATED: Rescue Groups In Colorado Seeing A Concerning Number Of Emergency Calls In 2021
    Dehydration can be an uncomfortable nuisance, yet, if left unattended, can turn into a serious medical issue. This is mostly due to the fact that our bodies run off of water given that we’re made of 60 to 70 percent water. This little fact definitely puts the necessity for adequate water intake into a bit more perspective. Along with quenching our thirst, water also keeps a majority of our crucial systems running smoothly, removes waste from our blood, keeps blood vessels open so that “important nutrients can travel freely to our kidneys,” regulates body temperature, helps your brain function, aids digestion, and boosts our immune system. Humans absolutely and under no circumstances can live without water! With that said, staying hydrated is easier said than done in this hectic world of ours. Dehydration can be caused by various things including simply not consuming enough water, extremely hot weather, physical activity, or sickness. Of course, if you find yourself dehydrated, there are a few ways to rehydrate. First and foremost, just drink some water. With that said, there are...
    This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Dehydration headaches cause a throbbing sensation on both sides of the head. AaronAmat/Getty images Dehydration headache pain is located on both sides of the head and causes a throbbing sensation. Dehydration causes headaches because blood vessels in the brain temporarily shrink.  To treat a dehydration headache, drink water, rest, and take an OTC pain reliever.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. A headache is a common symptom of dehydration, but did you know why?  Turns out, when you're dehydrated, the loss of fluids causes blood vessels in your brain to temporarily shrink which can trigger a headache. While a dehydration headache...
    This article was medically reviewed by Samantha Cassetty, MS, RD, a nutrition and wellness expert with a private practice based in New York City. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. The best way to prevent and treat dehydration is to drink adequate amounts of water daily. Thomas Barwick/Getty Images Symptoms of dehydration vary depending on the severity, but can range from headaches to heatstroke.  Causes of dehydration include exercising, being in the heat, and vomiting or diarrhea.  To treat and prevent dehydration aim to drink between 2.5 to 3.5 liters of water a day.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Water plays a key role in nearly every system in the body from regulating temperature to cushioning joints.  Mild dehydration typically doesn't cause long-term health complications, but severe dehydration can lead...
    (CNN)This week's "American Idol" episode was showstopping, but not because of the performances.Contestants Ronda Felton and Funke Lagoke took to the stage to perform a duet of "Tell Him," originally recorded by Barbra Streisand.While judge Lionel Richie was giving his feedback to the contestants, Lagoke fainted, hitting her face on the stage. The judges immediately rushed to her aide and subsequently, EMTs arrived. Lagoke was taken out in a stretcher and put in an ambulance. Season 19 of the hit singing competition show stars Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Richie as judges.Read MoreThe show later explained to viewers with a title card that Lagoke was OK and that dehydration was the cause."Funke was treated for dehydration and released from the hospital. She will return for the showstopper round."
    New York : Water is an essential nutrient. It constitutes more than two-thirds of the weight of the human body. Water keeps all of the body’s systems working properly. Water is the perfect calorie-free drink to quench thirst and rehydrate the body. But how much water should we drink per day? The eight-by-eight rule doesn’t always apply. The amount of water varies according to your needs The “8 glasses a day” is a reasonable goal, but there is no one size fits all. The water needs of two people with different body types and lifestyles are often not the same. The Harvard Nutrition Source notes that the National Academy of Medicine suggests a Adequate daily fluid intake of 13 cups and 9 cups for healthy men and women, respectively, with 1 cup equivalent to 8 ounces. But it also emphasizes not a daily goalBut rather a general guide, the exact fluid needs of each person vary, even on a day-to-day basis. Dana Cohen, an integrative medicine physician and co-author of Quench, points out that it’s impossible to give everyone...
    The right idea! Welcome to my weekly feature covering ways us activists can lead healthier lives. For a full explanation check out the inaugural edition here, but in short, most of us do a terrible job of taking care of our minds and bodies. This is a science-based exploration of how to change that, so we can be around for many years of fruitful activism. You can find other articles in this series here. You don’t drink enough water.  An oft-cited 1998 survey by New York Hospital and Cornell of 3,003 Americans found that 75% were chronically dehydrated, a number that has been repeated by follow-up surveys in the years since. For example, this survey for appliance maker Bosch found that just 22% of Americans drank the recommended 8-10 glasses of water a day (64-80 ounces, or 1.9-2.4 liters). We’ll talk about actual water requirements in a little bit, but it’s not a stretch to say that hydration is an oft-neglected part of our busy daily lives, easy to forget and ignore. Yet the health consequences are considerable.  Around 60% of...
    Traumatized and tired, nurses are quitting due to the pandemic Republicans united in opposition to Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID stimulus package BRADENTON, Fla. – Patrick Cantlay withdrew before the start of the World Golf Championships-Workday Championship because of an upset stomach and dehydration. © Provided by Golf Channel The world No. 7, who leads the season-long FedExCup points race, said that he’s “extremely disappointed” to miss the first WGC of the year but looks forward to returning soon. He’s not among the early commits for next week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational, which means he likely will play next at The Players Championship in two weeks. Cantlay will not be replaced in the limited-field event at The Concession. As a result, Min Woo Lee will take Cantlay’s place in the 12:26 p.m. ET tee time Thursday alongside Justin Rose and Carlos Ortiz. Trevor Simsby, then, will now play in the 11:09 a.m. tee time with David Lipsky and JC Ritchie. Cantlay had finished inside the top 20 in each of his past six starts dating to last fall, including a win...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff MCCANDLESS (KDKA) — A firefighter was treated for dehydration early Tuesday morning after responding to a house fire in McCandless. RELATED: Freezing Rain, Icy Conditions A Cause For Concern As Winter Storm Moves Through Pittsburgh Area The fire broke out along Windmill Lane. BREAKING— house fire in McCandless along Windmill Lane. Fire now out. House unoccupied. No injuries but a firefighter was checked for dehydration. @KDKA pic.twitter.com/QjSrXT5PgJ — Lindsay Ward (@LindsayWardTV) February 16, 2021 RELATED: Exercising Caution As Power Outages Arise During Winter Storms, Icy Conditions Crews were able to put the fire out and no one was injured as the house was unoccupied. The firefighter was being checked out for dehydration. His condition is unknown at this time. MORE: Carnegie Science Centers Annual Snowball Day Celebration Returns Stay with KDKA for more on this developing story.
    SANTA CRUZ — Though the coronavirus is far deadlier than the flu, care at home is similar to what you’d do for a bad cold, according to the county’s deputy health officer. Dr. David Ghilarducci said that treating COVID-19 at home, or providing self-care, is all about avoiding dehydration and fluid moving into the lungs. The doctor recommended over-the-counter, fever-reducing medications such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen, also a major tool to reducing dehydration. He suggested alternating between the two if health conditions permit since Tylenol can be taken on a four-hour schedule and Ibuprofen can be taken on a six-hour schedule. “Controlling your fever is really helpful for a couple of reasons,” Ghilarducci said. “You just feel better, but (in addition) fevers contribute to dehydration… (controlling) your fever helps to keep you hydrated. Hydrating is necessary for the body because you’re obviously losing more fluids (with a fever).” Ghilarducci added that those with gastrointestinal COVID-19 symptoms such as diarrhea are at even higher risk of dehydration, so they should be focused on water intake. Dehydration can be more harmful than...
    Being well hydrated matters to our health, but a combination of factors — including a diet of processed food, advancing age, the pills we take and simply not moving enough — can leave us in a state of mild dehydration, according to a new book.  But as the two authors (a doctor and an anthropologist who has studied indigenous tribes from desert regions) explain here, the solution isn’t simply just to drink gallons of water...  Most of us live in a constant state of mild dehydration. You might spot the clues in the form of afternoon fatigue, a foggy head, chapped lips, dry eyes, bad breath, headaches, urinary tract infections or constipation. But dehydration can have more far-reaching effects, including reduced immunity and joint pain.  Research has also linked it to acid reflux, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. Dehydration can have more far-reaching effects, including reduced immunity and joint pain Water is essential for our bodies. We need it to take valuable chemicals, minerals, nutrients and oxygen into our cells. It also helps maintain our body temperature...
    The other day, thanks to the miracle of the modern hand-held TV channel changer, I was mindlessly watching 10 things at once when I saw an ad for Creative Roots soft drinks that said that up to one in two children is not hydrated enough, and it could be the reason why a kid isn’t acting like their self. During a science class, the Creative Roots team of fruits notices an underhydrated student and quickly springs into action. Soon a bottle of juice is launched and parachuted to the kid’s side so she can get back to focusing on her group science project. Creative Roots says its products can provide the juice flavors kids love with only one gram of sugar. Whoa, that has got to be ridiculous – every other kid is dehydrated right now. As near as I can tell from ispot.tv this assertion stems from a study advertised at http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/press-releases/study-finds-inadequate-hydration-among-u-s-children that in turn references a report from 2015 that found that the prevalence of inadequate hydration was 54.5% in a sample of 4134 participants aged 6 to...
    From instant coffee to Cheetos, packaged cookies and energy bars, the U.S. military helped invent many of the snacks Americans love to eat.     The effort accelerated during World War II, when military scientists needed to develop compact yet nutritional ways to feed the troops.    FILE - Members of a "smokepot" unit with the Fifth Army take time out for lunch with "K" rations and coffee, which they heat over their smoke generators, on the lower Garigliano River, Italy, 1944.“There was a tremendous need for the military to develop modern rations, and it ended up not only inventing a bunch of new food processing techniques but putting in place a food science research system that exists to this day,” says food writer Anastacia Marx de Salcedo, author of "Combat-Ready Kitchen: How the U.S. Military Shapes the Way You Eat". “Out of that came a lot of new techniques and food, and after the war, those were incorporated into snack and convenience foods.”  Those new techniques include high pressure processing, which makes uncooked food safe to eat. The process is...
    This article was medically reviewed by Olivia P. Myrick, MD, a clinical assistant professor with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYU Langone. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Pregnant women should consumer between 8-12 cups of water daily. skynesher/ Getty Images Doctors generally recommend that pregnant women drink 8 to 12 cups of water or other liquids daily. The recommended amount may change depending on how much water the individual is losing through sweating or vomiting. There are numerous ways pregnant women can stay hydrated besides drinking water. They include consuming fruit juice, fat-free milk, strawberries, celery, squash, and other water-rich fruits and vegetables. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. When you're pregnant, it's important to stay hydrated because it reduces the risk...
    An Australian family doctor has revealed the physical side effects that occur after you are exposed to the sun. Sam Sailing, from Sydney, told Bed Threads that while some sunlight exposure is beneficial to boost vitamin D levels, too much light can be detrimental both long and short term.  A wide scope of drawbacks follow if the skin becomes sunburnt, including dehydration, fatigue, headaches as well as visible redness and peeling. Particularly during the hot Australian summer, it's essential to wear sun cream in order to protect the skin and avoid burning. Sam Sailing, from Sydney, (pictured) said that while some sunlight exposure is beneficial to boost vitamin D levels, too much harsh UV light can be detrimental A wide scope of drawbacks follow if sunburn occurs, including dehydration, fatigue, headaches as well as visible redness and peeling Dehydration and fatigue According to research, the 'main effect' of sunburn is dehydration due to a decreased amount of moisture in the skin after being exposed to the sun for long periods of time.  'Sunburnt skin loses a lot of...
    Marcos Brindicci/Getty Images Footballing legend Diego Maradona underwent successful brain surgery on Tuesday night after doctors found a subdural hematoma. Maradona, widely considered one of the greatest players of all time, was admitted to hospital Monday with symptoms including anemia and dehydration. While being treated, doctors discovered the hematoma — effectively a small pool of blood that gathers in the material surrounding the brain. It was removed by Maradona's doctor in a "routine" operation, and he is now recovering in hospital. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Legendary soccer star Diego Maradona has undergone brain surgery after doctors found a blood clot in his brain, according to media reports from his native Argentina. Maradona, widely considered one of the greatest players of all time, was admitted to hospital Monday with symptoms including anemia and dehydration, according to the BBC. While being treated, doctors discovered a subdural hematoma — effectively a small pool of blood that gathers in the material surrounding the human brain. They are usually caused by traumatic head injuries such as a fall or significant...
    DIEGO MARADONA has been hospitalised just three days after turning 60. The fallen soccer legend is in a private clinic in the Argentinian city of La Plata an hour’s drive south of the capital Buenos Aires. 4Maradona recently appeared unwell at a public outingCredit: Reuters The official line is that Maradona was admitted to Ipensa Hospital suffering from dehydration and his personal doctor Leopoldo Luque insisted the recovering drug addict’s latest health scare was not linked to a relapse or coronavirus. Hinting the former Napoli and Barcelona star was suffering from depression, he added: “It would be wrong to say he’s just suffering psychologically. “His clinical situation cannot be separated from his frame of mind.  “His psychological situation affects everything, you begin to eat badly, the amount of protein your body needs goes down. “Diego goes in cycles. Sometimes he’s okay and then he has periods when he’s not doing so well.  “I didn’t like the state he was in. Getting him into hospital helps him.” A source close to the retired footballer, who now manages La Plata-based Esgrima y...
    Dear Stoner: Does smoking weed dry up my vagina, too? I know this is weird, but it feels dehydrated down there after I smoke.Alice B. Toker Dear Alice: Forgive me for being too scared to poll my female co-workers on this one; fortunately, there is limited research on the subject that backs up what you're going through. There's also a subtle term for this side effect among those suffering from it, who have dubbed it “cotton vagina.” In short, it's essentially the same thing as cotton mouth, but downstairs, with both THC and smoke drying up the mucus membranes. We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a City Engaging with our readers is essential to Westword's mission. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Denver's stories with no paywalls. Support Our Journalism Like many of pot's side effects, not all women experience the same forms of dehydration after smoking. Kenzie bruce Related Stories Ask a Stoner: How Do I Avoid Weed Breath? Ask a Stoner: Does Regular...
    A Texas couple has been arrested and charged with murder after an 8-year-old they forced to jump on a trampoline as a punishment died of dehydration, ABC reported. Police in Odessa, Texas, charged 44-year-old Daniel Schwarz and 34-year-old Ashley Schwarz with capital murder on Oct. 12 after police responding to an Aug. 29 medical call found the 8-year-old girl dead, according to ABC. “[The] investigation revealed that the 8-year-old child had been punished and was not allowed to eat breakfast and was required to jump on the trampoline without stopping for an extended period of time,” the Odessa Police Department said in a statement. “Further investigation revealed that the 8-year-old child was not allowed to drink any water because she was not jumping.” DISTURBING: A Texas couple allegedly forced an 8-year-old girl to jump on the trampoline as punishment in the August heat. Authorities say the girl wasn’t allowed to eat breakfast or drink any water that day. https://t.co/Uxc5fRPWPS — KWTX News 10 (@kwtx) October 12, 2020 Police obtained a search warrant and found the temperature of the trampoline...
    AN eight-year-old girl died of dehydration after her "guardians" allegedly forced her to jump non-stop on a trampoline in 110-degree heat. Daniel Schwarz, 44, and Ashley Schwarz, 34 - the alleged guardians of the young girl - were arrested and charged on Monday in Odessa, Texas. 4Daniel Schwarz, 44, was arrested and charged on Monday in Odessa, TexasCredit: Odessa Police 4Ashley Schwarz, 34, was arrested and charged with capital murderCredit: Odessa Police 4Jaylin died of dehydration on August 29Credit: Family Handout Both are now facing capital murder charges in the girl's death. Police "observed" the young girl when they arrived at the couple's home for a medical call on August 29 at approximately 1.49pm. She was pronounced dead on scene. "Investigation revealed that the eight-year-old child had been punished and was not allowed to eat breakfast and was required to jump on the trampoline without stopping for an extended period of time," the Odessa Police Department said in a Monday news release. "Further investigation revealed that the 8-year-old child was not allowed to drink any water because she was not...
    A Texas couple have been charged with capital murder after they forced a young  girl to jump on a trampoline in 110 degree heat until she died.  Daniel Schwarz, 44, and Ashley Schwarz, 34, were taken into custody in Odessa on Monday - seven weeks after eight-year-old Jailyn passed away.  On August 27, police were called to Schwarz's home, where the little girl had been staying. According to KWTX, the couple were listed as her legal guardians, but were not her biological parents.  Cops discovered Jailyn dead at the scene, and subsequently commenced an investigation.  On Monday, the Odessa Police Department concluded their probe into the tragic death, culminating in the capital murder charges against Daniel and Ashley Schwarz.  Daniel Schwarz, 44, and Ashley Schwarz, 34, have been charged with captial murder over the death of eight-year-old girl, Jailyn, on August 27  Jailyn (pictured) had been staying with Daniel and Ashley Schwarz at their Odessa home  A press release published by the Department states that their investigation discovered that Jailyn was forced to jump non-stop on the...
    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A man from Mexico has died at a Tucson hospital after showing symptoms of dehydration at a centralized processing facility operated by U.S. Border Patrol, authorities said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said the 30-year-old man died Monday. His name wasn’t immediately released. Medical personnel assigned to the Tucson Coordination Center became aware Sunday that the man in their custody had dehydration symptoms. Border Patrol officials said the man died at the hospital after doctors were unable to resuscitate him. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Arizona
    Jets cornerback Brian Poole was back on the field at practice Tuesday, nearly three weeks after he exited the team’s first practice dehydrated. Poole had an extreme reaction to the dehydration brought on by an underlying condition. He spent a few hours in the hospital getting checked out, and the Jets were cautious about allowing him to return to practice. “It was kind of scary,” Poole said of his reaction. The Jets are counting on Poole to be their slot corner, a role he filled last season. Poole, one of the team’s better defensive players in 2019, was limited to a certain number of snaps on Tuesday but expects to be 100 percent by the end of the week. “He was bugging me for the last, like two or three days of, ‘I’m good, I’m good, I’m good,’ ” coach Adam Gase said. “I think our training room did a good job of making sure we’re checking all the boxes and we didn’t rush anything, even though he wanted to get out there. But to see him be able to...
    Jets cornerback Brian Poole was again on the sector at observe Tuesday, practically three weeks after he exited the crew’s first observe dehydrated. Poole had an excessive response to the dehydration introduced on by an underlying situation. He spent a number of hours within the hospital getting checked out, and the Jets had been cautious about permitting him to return to observe. “It was type of scary,” Poole stated of his response. The Jets are relying on Poole to be their slot nook, a job he stuffed final season. Poole, one of many crew’s higher defensive gamers in 2019, was restricted to a sure variety of snaps on Tuesday however expects to be 100 p.c by the tip of the week. “He was bugging me for the final, like two or three days of, ‘I’m good, I’m good, I’m good,’ ” coach Adam Gase stated. “I feel our coaching room did a great job of constructing certain we’re checking all of the packing containers and we didn’t rush something, regardless that he needed to get on the market. However...
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Adam Gase knew something was a bit off as soon as he looked at Brian Poole. The New York Jets had just finished their first training camp practice on Aug. 14 and the cornerback was sweating profusely. “I just remember looking over and seeing him soaked,” Gase recalled Tuesday, “and I was thinking, ‘Wow, that was unusual for the first day.’” It certainly was. And there was an alarming reason for it. Poole was severely dehydrated, worsened by what he said was an undisclosed underlying medical condition. He ended up needing to go to the hospital to be monitored a few hours — and missed the next 2 1/2 weeks of practice as the Jets eased him back to the field. He participated in team drills Tuesday for the first time since dealing with the dehydration issues. “Oh, man, I’m feeling a lot better,” Poole said. “It felt really good to get back on the grass with my teammates and kind of get back out there.” The 27-year-old Poole declined to go into too many...
    Armie Hammer Reveals Hes Been Working in Construction and Living with Friend for the Past 2 Months Centricus, Triller Seek to Buy TikTok Assets for $20 Billion Caleb Truax out as Alfredo Angulos opponent because of dehydration Caleb Truax is out as the opponent for Alfredo Angulo on the Erislandy Lara-Greg Vendetti card Saturday at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. © Provided by Boxing Junkie Truax had to pull out of the super middleweight title eliminator because of the effects of dehydration, according to a Premier Boxing Champions news release. Angulo will now fight Vladimir Hernandez, who was paid to standby in case one of the fighters tested positive for COVID-19. “We wish Caleb the best and hope to see him back in the ring soon, but it is fortunate that we have backups in place because of COVID-19,” said Tom Brown, pPresident of TGB Promotions. “Under normal circumstances you wouldn’t have a backup on standby. But because of COVID-19, we have someone who has been training, has been tested and is in the bubble and ready to go.”...
    BRITAIN baked in a 37C heatwave over the weekend - and plenty will have sought the cool relief from a fan or some shade. But with the sweltering temperatures only set to linger this week, many of us probably aren't drinking as much as water as our bodies need to cope. 1Our bodies lose water during the hot weather so make sure you keep hydratedCredit: Getty Images - Getty In fact, research has shown that 90 per cent of Brits don't drink the recommended six to eight glasses of water a day. And when we have scorching heat like we've had over the last few days, the NHS says that should only be increased. Yet, some people admit to only drinking 250ml of water - even in a heatwave. Staying hydrated is vital for breathing, digestion, and just about every basic bodily function. Sweating on a hot day can cause us to lose water quickly, so we need to remember to replenish our stores. If it's not treated, dehydration can get a lot worse and lead to serious complications. Here...
    FRESNO, Calif. -- Yosemite park officials are warning hikers about the recent wave of heat-related illnesses they've responded to over the last few weeks.Two of the incidents were on the iconic Half Dome summit where in separate incidents, search and rescue crews had to come to the aid of hikers showing signs of dehydration.They note a 24-hour period where park emergency crews were called three times to treat heat exhaustion and dehydration.RELATED: Yosemite National Park reopening to more guests with new reservation systemRangers are using this to remind park-goers to hike with and drink plenty of water, rest frequently in the shade and consider wearing sun-protective clothing.They add stimulants and alcohol should be avoided before, during and immediately after a strenuous hike.
    The scientific justification? Our pigmentary system is still in the winter period. “In winter, our body produces melanin progressively until the arrival of spring and thus creates our natural photoprotection – indicate from the Photobiology Group of the AEDV -. In addition to the intrinsic sun protection of each race – greater in blacks than in Caucasians – during the spring months, due to the increase in the ultraviolet index, our body reacts by producing melanin and desensitizing itself to solar radiation. This year, the population, having been confined, has not experienced that progressive desensitization or that manufacture of melanin that it had always had ”. Therefore, the risk that this summer season there will be more cases of photodermatosis –allergic reactions to the sun– or burns is greater. “We are verifying many people with burns from small sun exposures that in previous years had not created even a small redness,” says Tomás Muret, national member of Dermopharmacy of the General Council of Official Colleges of Pharmacists (CGCOF). Although it is often said that the skin has a memory, experts...
    By Elana Craemer, M.D., family medicine Contributing writer Elana Craemer, M.D. (Courtesy of MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center)  Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the way people live everyday life has changed, especially for seniors. Seniors are a vulnerable population that should continue to practice social distancing and wear a face covering when leaving the house for essential errands. As you age, your body may not pick up on warning signs that are crucial to your health. It’s important to know these warning signs during the summer, especially the signs of thirst and dehydration. As the weather begins to warm up, it’s especially important for seniors to make sure you are taking the appropriate precautions to stay cool and hydrated. Some of the leading cases for hospital visits in those older than 60 during the summer are dehydration and heat stroke. If dehydration is untreated, it can turn into heat stroke, so it’s important to know the signs, ways to prevent them, and how they can negatively affect your health and body. Dehydration occurs when your body loses more fluids than...
    Border Patrol agents in South Texas carried out multiple rescues of migrants as summertime temperatures approached the century mark. Agents rescued at least four who became distressed or dehydrated after illegally crossing the border from Mexico and one who suffered a snake bite while attempting to sneak around an interior immigration checkpoint. Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Javier Vega, Jr. Checkpoint on July 5 received a call from the Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office regarding a 911 call they received. The caller claimed to be lost on a desolate ranch, according to information obtained from Border Patrol officials. Agents responded to the area using the last GPS coordinates from the cell phone and found the lost migrant. An immigration interview identified the migrant as a Guatemalan national with no documentation to be in the U.S. The agents provided the illegal alien with water and transported him to the station for processing. McAllen Station agents working the border near Penitas, Texas, a few minutes later witnessed a group of migrants running north from an irrigation ditch. The...
    With years of experience in emergency medicine, Dr. Bonnie Simmons, now ProHEALTH’s Chair of Urgent Care, would always travel with water, toting a bottle to meetings and taking sips in between seeing patients. “That is a challenge now because we’re nervous. We’re nervous to take the mask off and to drink liquids,” Simmons told Fox News. As scorching summer days ensue and states enforce face masks amid spiking cases, Simmons offers advice on staying hydrated this season. CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Common warning signs of dehydration can include a headache, rapid pulse and fatigue. Some people may feel jittery and a dry mouth can come later on, Simmons said. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), water helps the body regulate temperature, cushion joints, protect the spinal cord and remove waste. Simmons’ key advice this summer is to make a habit of consuming at least half a bottle of water before putting on a mask and heading out. “If you notice three hours have gone by, try to get yourself outside and drink water again. I think...
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