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Booster ShotsCooling jackets are often used by athletes to chill their core body temperature before, during or after exercise. The jackets' cooling properties take the edge off extreme heat, possibly avoiding hyperthermia. While in theory they sound like a good idea,....
Staff reporterMemorial Day weekend signifies the unofficial beginning of summer and boating seasons. But as people hit the area waterways, officials want to make sure everyone is playing safely. This will be the first time out on the water for many this season....
Tags: Eyewear, Science, Rivers, Science and Technology, Delaware
Special to The TimesEXERCISING al fresco is one of the great pleasures of living in Southern California. The trees, the hills, the beach, the (sort of) fresh air can make a long run go by faster. But summer heat waves and vicious Santa Ana winds can turn refreshing outdoor...
Bill Remeika Says... Ok, so we all talk about the weather, but the upcoming "cold snap" has turned us Hoosiers from TOUGH GUYS to weak knee wimps. Let's be honest, cold weather has been around since the beginning of time, but to hear folks talk now, it...
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Tribune staff reporterOfelia Vicente Ixmai's body was discovered July 22, 2004 in southern Arizona. Her death certificate says she died of hyperthermia, or heat stroke. Any other details about the end of her life are a mystery. Her family here treats the record of her...
Tags: Los Angeles, Crimes, Organized Crime, Heat Stroke, Arizona
Sun StaffRare is the person who would wish to leave this life without a trace. Most of us will not merit the attention of future biographers or have our names engraved on something other than a tombstone. Still, we at least expect a fond place in the...
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