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Death of Connecticut Baby Left Alone in Car Ruled Homicide

RIDGEFIELD, Connecticut — The office of the chief medical examiner has ruled the death for a toddler that was left in a hot car in Ridgefield last month a homicide. 427 more words

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Hot Cars Are No Place To Leave Kids, Even Briefly

That’s the message from Riverside County health officials. Don’t leave your kids in the car to run a quick errand or for anything. Never, ever. It’s against the law, but more importantly it’s a potentially fatal mistake. 99 more words

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Hyperthermia

Hyperthermia is a dangerous condition that occurs when the body becomes overheated. This can lead to heat exhaustion, and ultimately heat stroke. The body core temperature can rise up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit or more. 171 more words

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Deaths Ruled Accidental Heatstroke Of Mother, 2 Children Found In Car

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — The deaths of a Hagerstown mother and her two young children found inside a stifling car have been ruled as accidental. The three died in June. 313 more words

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12 Steps to dealing with Heat Stress In Cattle

Have a plan to address heat stress in cattle

Being proactive is the best way to deal with heat stress in cattle.

“Once cattle are in a severe state of heat stress, you may be too late to help them,” cautions Carl Dahlen, a… 774 more words

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My first Newborn Shoot.

My first newborn shoot was such a memorable one, for me.

This is newborn baby Lasandra, here she was only 14 days new. Lasandra was born premature and was born with hyperthermia, she fought a tough battle at the beginning to stay strong. 176 more words

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Death by Hot Car

There have been at least 18 hyperthermia, or heatstroke deaths of children in hot vehicles so far in 2014. The number of deaths in 2013 was 44. 1,002 more words

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