hyperthermia

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In a statement, he also expressed grief and shock on loss of precious human lives due to heat-stroke in various localities and expressed heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved and affected families.
In a statement, he expressed deep sorrow on immense heat-wave in Peshawar and was shocked on loss of precious human lives due to immense heat-stroke in various localities and expressed heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved and affected families.
According to the Annual Survey of Football Injury Research by the University of North Carolina, there were five heat-stroke deaths last year, all at the high school level, as record hot temperatures were seen across the nation.
It's not uncommon for heat-stroke victims to be asymptomatic, as Doug was back in 1985, with the first symptom being the actual collapse.
In a heat-stroke victim, the brain gets so hot it shuts down, cutting off these cooling systems.
The coaches had heard that Stringer died six days after the heat-stroke death of a University of Florida freshman during voluntary summer conditioning drills.