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Required fields are marked * Community News 4 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it More Cool Stuff Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Herbeauty10 Ways To Power Yourself As A WomanHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThink The Lost Weight Won’t Be Regained If You Stop Eating A Lot?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Trends To Look Like An Eye-Candy And 6 To Forget AboutHerbeautyHerbeauty Public Safety As Pasadena Bakes: Tips from Kaiser Permanente Define Heat Stroke Symptoms vs. Heat Exhaustion Published on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 | 7:25 pm Subscribe First Heatwave Expected Next Week Temperatures soared in Pasadena during the past week and have settled into a hot, humid bake. Healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente, with Southern California headquarters in Pasadena, has issued practical tips for staying active in the heat while at the same time keeping yourself safe from heat stroke and heat exhaustion.“Temperatures are heating up and your body may be unable to properly cool itself, which could lead to a heat stroke or heat exhaustion. Know the signs and symptoms,” Kaiser Permanente said in an advisory on coping with the hot weather.The advisory said heat exhaustion occurs “when you are hot, sweat a lot, and do not drink enough to replace the lost fluids.”“Heat exhaustion is not the same as heatstroke, which is much more serious,” it continued. “Heatstroke can lead to problems with many different organs and can be life-threatening.”Signs of a rapidly progressing heatstroke could include unconsciousness for longer than a few seconds, convulsion, severe difficulty in breathing, a rectal temperature of over 104 degrees, confusion, severe restlessness or anxiety, a fast heart rate, reddish dry skin even in the armpits, and severe vomiting and diarrhea.A person in a heatstroke can either be sweating heavily or not sweat at all while feeling very hot, Kaiser Permanente said.Dr. Angeline Ong-Su, from Kaiser Permanente’s Panorama City Medical Center, said heatstroke can occur when the body reaches a temperature higher than 104 degrees.Anyone seeing symptoms of heatstroke in a family member or any other person should call 9-1-1 and should prepare to administer first aid, according to Kaiser Permanente’s online Health and Wellness page. The page also lists first aid steps in responding to heatstroke:• Move the person into a cool place, out of direct sunlight.• Remove the person’s unnecessary clothing, and place the person on his or her side to expose as much skin surface to the air as possible.• Cool the person’s entire body by sponging or spraying cold water, and fan the person to help lower the person’s body temperature.• Apply ice packs over as much of the body as you can.• Check the person’s rectal temperature and try to reduce it to 102°F or lower as soon as possible. Temperatures taken by mouth or in the ear are not accurate in this emergency situation.• If a child has stopped breathing, begin rescue breathing or CPR.• Do not give aspirin or acetaminophen to reduce a high body temperature that can occur with heatstroke. These medicines may cause problems because of the body’s response to heatstroke.• If the person is awake and alert enough to swallow, give the person fluids (32 fluid ounces to 64 fluid ounces over one to two hours) for hydration. Make sure the person is sitting up enough so that he or she does not choke.Kaiser Permanente said person suffering from heat exhaustion would usually experience a throbbing headache, vision changes, extreme nausea and vomiting and excessive sweating, or may be confused or altogether lose consciousness. The person could also experience muscle cramps and abdominal pains, and feel extremely tired.A person experiencing such symptoms should be moved indoors or to a shaded area, immersed in a cold- or ice-water tub, or sprayed with cool water and fanned.Other tips to respond to heat exhaustion include giving the person cool fluids, applying wet towels or ice packs to the neck, forehead and underarms, removing some of the clothing, and moving them to a cooled-off room where they can rest.For more tips and information about heat stroke and heat exhaustion, visit here. Community News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Business News
Email Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleHonour bound to Chaplet of RosesNext articleBasketball Ireland: National League Recap Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie by Andrew Careyandrew@limerickpost.ieSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A WOMAN who fell off her bike twice and fractured her ankle on cycle trail while in the care of Brothers of Charity has been awarded €27,000 compensation.Described as a “lovely, engaging and happy lady”, 36-year-old Marie Balfe lives at home in Shannagolden but is in the daily care of Brothers of Charity and on November 21, 2012 was on a cycling excursion on the Great Southern Trail in County Limerick.Limerick Circuit Court was told that she was asked by one of the supervisors to move to the side to allow him overtake her but she fell from her bike and off the trail. She was helped back on her bike but fell again and fractured her ankle.She was taken to the University Hospital Limerick for treatment the next day and a cast was applied after the swelling reduced two days later. She underwent physiotherapy treatment but still suffers pain after extended periods on her feet or in cold and wet weather.It was accepted by the Brothers of Charity supervisor that this was the wrong procedure to adopt.Counsel for Ms Balfe, Emmet O’Brien said that negotiations had taken place in October and an offer of €27,000 was made given that she still hadn’t full range of movement in her ankle two years after the accident.Judge O’Donnell said that he would approve the award and wished Ms Balfe well in the future after he awarded costs against the defendants. NewsCrime & Court€27,000 award for bicycle accidentBy Staff Reporter – December 15, 2014 825 Advertisement Print Facebook
P&H High Court Directs Subordinate Courts in State of Punjab, Haryana & U.T. Chandigarh To Start Functioning In Physical Mode
News UpdatesP&H High Court Directs Subordinate Courts in State of Punjab, Haryana & U.T. Chandigarh To Start Functioning In Physical Mode Sparsh Upadhyay9 Jan 2021 9:04 AMShare This – xThe Punjab & Haryana High Court has asked the District & Sessions Judges in the State of Punjab, Haryana and U.T. Chandigarh to permit the physical hearing in all categories of cases subject to their own assessment of prevailing local conditions including the intensity of spread of COVID-19 Pandemic. A Notification/Letter to this effect was issued on Friday (08th January) by…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Punjab & Haryana High Court has asked the District & Sessions Judges in the State of Punjab, Haryana and U.T. Chandigarh to permit the physical hearing in all categories of cases subject to their own assessment of prevailing local conditions including the intensity of spread of COVID-19 Pandemic. A Notification/Letter to this effect was issued on Friday (08th January) by the Registrar General of Punjab & Haryana High Court. However, the Notification/Letter has made it clear that the Guidelines/Health advisories issued by the Government of India and the respective State Governments from time to time, shall have to be strictly followed. The Notification/Letter, addressed to all the District & Sessions Judges in the State of Punjab, Haryana and U.T. Chandigarh, further requests them to send weekly report regarding duration/time of sitting of each Presiding Officer in Court, number of cases listed before each Court, gist of work done and disposal thereof, on each day. Further, all the District & Sessions Judges in the State of Punjab, Haryana and U.T. Chandigarh have been requested that they consult with the respective Bar Associations, Deputy Commissioner, Superintendent of Police, Civil Surgeon and other Health Authorities and amicably sort out all problems, if any, relating to physical hearing. Notably, stating that there is large scale resentment amongst the lawyers’ fraternity as the courts are not working physically, the Bar Council Of Punjab & Haryana had recently released a press note warning that if no decision is taken to start the physical hearing by 11th January 2021 “then the action committee should resort to agitational mode”. Significantly, it may be noted that addressing a letter to the Chief Justice of Punjab & Haryana High Court, the Bar Council of Punjab & Haryana on Friday (02nd October) had requested the CJ to at-least start physical hearing in 50% courts simultaneously with virtual hearing. “The Bar Council is sending this representation on behalf of all the Advocates of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh with earnest hope that the Hon’ble Chief Justice will heed to the request of legal fraternity and start the physical functioning of 50% courts by 12.10.2020, otherwise, the Bar Council will have no other option except to resort to peaceful agitation in order to provide some comfort to the advocates who are keenly waiting for the re-opening of Hon’ble Courts”, read the letter. Recently, the Patna High Court has decided to start functioning in physical mode purely on ‘Experimental basis’ for ‘Two weeks’ i.e., from 4.1.2021 till 15.1.2021 while observing the social distancing norms. The competent authority has decided that the Court will start functioning in physical mode purely on “experimental basis” for “two weeks” i.e., from 4.1.2021 till 15.1.2021. Importantly, while the Criminal Matters are being heard on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, the Civil Matters are being heard on Thursday. Click Here To Download Notification/LetterRead Notification/LetterNext Story
Undergraduate Student Government President Austin Dunn, Vice President Morgan Monahan and the USG Senate were inaugurated for the 2017-2018 school year at the USG meeting on Tuesday. The 2016-2017 Senate delivered its final remarks and summarized its achievements before the new USG president, vice president and senators were sworn into office. This was followed by an inauguration speech from Dunn, who reflected on his term as vice president, his service alongside former USG President Edwin Saucedo and his plans moving forward as USG president. “Throughout the duration of Edwin’s and my term, we’ve made great strides in fostering dialogue with constituencies that USG had not directly worked with in the past, such as spring admits, commuter students, students with disabilities [and] transfer students, but that is only the beginning,” Dunn said. “Moving forward, Morgan and I have plans to turn these discussions and dialogue into action and policy change. We want to build on the narratives of all students, and therefore we will continue to work with students from these communities to ensure adequate resources and representations for all students here at USC.”Dunn said the three major goals of his presidency will be to remove students’ financial barriers, increase campus safety through bystander intervention and active shooter training and increase the accessibility of USG. Following Dunn’s inauguration speech, the 2017-2018 USG Senate held its first meeting, where Dunn presented the USG directors for the upcoming term and detailed the application and hiring process for these directors. After receiving 136 applications for 59 positions, Dunn blacked out all applicants’ personal information and photos to prevent bias in the screening process. These applications were then sent to the USG Executive Board, who voted on which candidates deserved an interview. “This process has been totally revamped and done to the best of our ability due to continuous nepotism claims,” Dunn said.
Published on December 8, 2015 at 8:56 pm Contact Matt: email@example.com | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+ The ball appeared to be firmly in Dajuan Coleman’s grasp before it slipped out and bounced between his legs. He’d just fallen for a David Krmpotich pump fake but temporarily corralled the miss before Krmpotich scooped the ball off the hardwood for an uncontested layup.Only 26 seconds were off the clock and Syracuse’s Achilles heel in its two losses was already rearing its head.“We obviously are aware of the fact that we need to rebound the ball a lot better,” freshman Tyler Lydon said.The exciting brand of Syracuse basketball that Jim Boeheim advertised was bogged down on Tuesday by a deadlocked rebounding tally. Syracuse, 32, a physically inferior Colgate team, 32.The Orange sunk 14 3s, the brand’s most attractive side, but a rebounding struggle against the Raiders made a blowout seem like not so much of one. Syracuse (7-2) cruised to a 78-51 win over the Raiders (2-6) in the Carrier Dome for Mike Hopkins’ first win as interim head coach, but the urgency is starting to rise for a team already thin down low.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Especially when you play teams that shoot 28 3-pointers, there’s going be a lot of long rebounds, a lot of hustle rebounds,” Hopkins said. “and they beat us to those balls today.”In an eight-point overtime loss to Wisconsin on Wednesday, Syracuse suffered its biggest deficit on the glass in five years. Six-foot-8, 235-pound Nigel Hayes and 6-foot-9, 230-pound Ethan Happ tortured SU to the tune of a 26-rebound advantage for the Badgers.The Orange lost the battle on the boards again in a seven-point loss to Georgetown on Saturday, as 6-foot-7, 250-pound Marcus Derrickson grabbed 10 boards and seven-foot, 275-pound Bradley Hayes chipped in eight.Colgate posed far less of an imposing threat down low, with none of its back line standing taller than 6-foot-9 or weighing over 220 pounds.“After the shot went up, we tried to basically use our bodies,” senior Michael Gbinije said, “and they just used their quickness and got into small spaces.”After SU’s loss to Wisconsin, Hayes said playing against Syracuse’s zone makes it far easier to rebound. The Orange guards space instead of a man, so opponents sift into the cracks to better positions themselves under the ball. To compensate, Syracuse has to eye the ball’s trajectory as it heads to the hoop to best position for a rebound, Gbinije said.Sometimes, an area Syracuse already struggles in is left up to chance.“Just play the percentages,” Gbinije said. “It’s kind of a guessing game what the ball can do.”With the game well in Syracuse’s hands in the second half, the second of two straight Colgate offensive rebounds fell into Jordan Swopshire’s hands. Coleman was left only turning to watch as the Carrier Dome fell to a murmur.The game was brought to life in spurts by one of Syracuse’s six second-half 3s. Trevor Cooney from the left wing. Gbinije from up top. Malachi Richardson from the right.Only Dajuan Coleman’s back-to-back layups that salvaged “Taco Time” sent the crowd into a semi-frenzy. Coleman jogged into the huddle high-fiving Hopkins, but that was just about the best sequence for Syracuse down low.The Orange finally gained an advantage on the glass, at that point, 32-31, with 45 seconds left. Sixteen seconds later, it was gone.Hopkins hinted at using a bigger lineup in the near future to combat the issue. It didn’t matter on Tuesday since Syracuse’s identity shaped from behind the arc was still there.But inching deeper into a season already tarnished by deficiencies on the glass, Syracuse may not be able to afford many more.Said Gbinije: “That sense of urgency is definitely picking up the closer we get to conference play.” Comments
Gurugram: The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram is planning to overhaul it’s street vending policy after it has been found that only six per cent of the city’s street vendors is covered under its vending zones.According to MCG officials, only 1,100 of 18,000 street vendors are covered in their 157 street vending zones, which has resulted in a large number of vendors encroaching upon public spaces and main roads, leading to congestion, snarls and chaos. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe street vending policy was introduced in 2016, to provide social security and reserve the livelihood of street vendors. The number of street vendors operating in the city was provided to the MCG earlier this month by the Haryana government, following a citywide survey. For long there have been complaints that how prime areas, footpaths are being deliberately taken over in the city. One of the sternest actions was taken by the MCG after it sealed more than 80 shops in Sadar Bazaar that was allowing encroachment by street vendors. Action against street vendors who encroach upon public spaces continues even now. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsWhile the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) claims that its officials are working towards providing better walking spaces for the citizens, most of the residents do not seem to be impressed by the claims. Complaints of encroachments in the city continue to come in large numbers at the MCG office. Even as there has been a large-scale campaign by the MCG in removing the encroachments on the city pavements, residents have often highlighted that encroachment at pavement is a regular sight in the city.