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The wildlife rescue group Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service has a tip sheet for how to identify heat exhaustion in various species of animals.
No one mentioned hantavirus as part of that instruction, Fry said, and when training finally occurred, Spencer was handed a pamphlet on heat exhaustion and another employee was given a pamphlet on hantavirus.
The 2-year-old was hospitalized with heat exhaustion.
Athletes and those who work outside have to be especially careful to avoid heat injuries including muscle cramps, heat exhaustion and seizures.
After being alerted to the horrific scene by a Wal-Mart employee, police and rescuers rushed to the area and began pulling people from the back of the truck, many of them stricken with heat exhaustion and severely dehydrated.
Protective styles are a great way to switch up your look while keeping your strands from chemical and heat exhaustion — and also for cutting your hair routine by half.
The children, ages 5, 6 and 7, suffered heat exhaustion after remaining in the car for 45 minutes and had to be taken to the hospital for treatment, police said.
Nearly 300 runners were treated for blisters or heat exhaustion, while 10 more were taken to local hospitals for heat problems and dehydration.
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Definition of heat exhaustion for English Language Learners
medical : a condition that happens when someone is too active in extremely hot conditions and that causes a person to sweat and feel very weak, dizzy, etc.
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