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He j arrived

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అతను వచ్చాడా?

Última actualización: 2020-07-07
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On the night of 30 August 1957, crowds gathered at the Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur to witness the handover of power from the British. Prime Minister designate Tunku Abdul Rahman arrived at 11:58 p.m. and joined members of the Alliance Party's youth divisions in observing two minutes of darkness. On the stroke of midnight, the lights were switched back on, and the Union Flag in the square was lowered. The new Flag of Malaya was raised as the national anthem Negaraku was played. This was follow

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ఆగష్టు 30, 1957 రాత్రి, కౌలాలంపూర్‌లోని మెర్డెకా స్క్వేర్ వద్ద జనం బ్రిటిష్ వారి నుండి అధికారాన్ని అప్పగించడాన్ని చూశారు. ప్రధానమంత్రి హోదా తుంకు అబ్దుల్ రెహ్మాన్ రాత్రి 11:58 గంటలకు వచ్చి అలయన్స్ పార్టీ యువజన విభాగాల సభ్యులతో కలిసి రెండు నిమిషాల చీకటిని గమనించారు. అర్ధరాత్రి స్ట్రోక్లో, లైట్లు తిరిగి ఆన్ చేయబడ్డాయి మరియు స్క్వేర్లో యూనియన్ ఫ్లాగ్ తగ్గించబడింది. నెగరాకు జాతీయ గీతం వాయించడంతో మలయా కొత్త జెండాను పెంచారు. ఇది ఫాలో

Última actualización: 2020-02-26
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vada debbaSummer is on it's way and the impending risk of heatstroke or sun stroke is both real and dangerous Summer is Here's everything you need to know to avoid turning a nice Summer day into your own, personal heated hell hole. What is sun stroke? Sun stroke is, for all intents and purposes, a form of heat stroke (the most serious of heat injuries) which is exacerbated by overindulgent sun exposure. Heat stroke is generally triggered one of two ways: One. Exposure to a hot environment (e.g. through direct sun exposure); and Two. “Exertion-induced heat stroke” generally caused by overexertion during exercise. If you’ve ever arrived home after a day of sun-soaked folly with signs and symptoms reminiscent of a mild hangover, you may have suffered a form of heat “exhaustion”. Heat exhaustion can cause fatigue and rapidly lead to heat stroke if it goes untreated, especially if it occurs while you’re still out and about in the sun. With 2013 already shaping up to be one of the hottest years on record in Australia, it’s important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of heat/sun stroke and what to do if you experience them this coming Summer. Signs and symptoms of sun stroke If you experience any of the below symptoms or happen to be with a friend who shows similar signs after a day outdoors, you may need to consider treating yourself or them for heat stroke whilst immediately contacting your state ambulance service. Symptoms include: • Red, hot and dry (sweatless) skin • Dizziness and a headache • Nausea and vomiting • Rapid (and often weak) heartbeat • Abrupt behavioural changes • Seizures and unconsciousness Not all of these signs and symptoms are required for the diagnosis of heat stroke as varying severities can develop over time (sometimes days). Whilst some symptoms can be managed, heat stroke is a severe ailment and can lead to brain damage and even death (especially if you’re alone). Preventing sun stroke Like most health issues, prevention is the best cure for sun stroke. If you’re planning on catching some rays anytime soon, make sure you keep at least a few preventative measures in mind. One. pre-hydrate and re-hydrate One of the major causes of sun stroke is dehydration. If you don’t have an adequate capacity for producing sweat (otherwise evaporating to rapidly cool you down) you’ve already lost one of your best physiological defences against sun stroke. Make sure to drink plenty of water and eat a proper breakfast before venturing outdoors on hot days and throw a bottle of H20 in with your towel and sunscreen. If you think that the best cure for a hangover is some UV, try staying indoors and rehydrating instead. Alcohol in your blood makes it near impossible to rehydrate effectively and increases your chances of heat stroke significantly. Two. Slip on something loose to wear As fashionable as tights and skinny jeans were on Winter days, as the temperature climbs make sure to start wearing looser clothing outdoors. Restrictive clothing in extreme heat can be as dangerous as being dehydrated. Evaporation of sweat is entirely dependent on air and airflow. If your sweat is soaking into your jeans or trackies, it’s hardly doing its job. Three. Embrace the shade Sure, your tan isn’t going to develop indoors. But perhaps it’s a more realistic recommendation to encourage regular breaks from direct sun exposure rather than to just reiterate the countless government campaigns promoting the fact that nothing about a deep tan is healthy. For at least the sake of sun stroke prevention, break up your sun exposure as best you can throughout the day (preferably avoiding the hours around midday) and try not to fall asleep at the beach or by the pool. Try to take regular breaks from direct sun exposure - Image Shutterstock First aid for sun stroke In case the role of sun-safety hero befalls you this Summer and a friend in need suffers from heat stroke, take care to revise these examples of first aid treatments. But remember, as soon as you suspect that heat stroke is the culprit, dial 108 • Move the person to a cool, shaded area with circulating air • Remove any unnecessary clothing, especially headwear • Elevate their legs to prevent shock (low blood volume can result from severe dehydration) • Give them fluids if they are conscious and able to swallow • Cover them with a wet sheet and apply ice packs to their armpits, groin, neck and back Note: Sun stroke can be life-threatening and must be treated immediately. Dr. PELLAKURU BHASKER REDDY Medical Officer, PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE D.V.SATRAM

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వడ debba

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