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What Is the Definition of Heatstroke?

Heatstroke is a severe medical emergency often caused by working or exercising in hot environments combined with dehydration. The elderly and children are at higher risk for the heatstroke. Learning more about heatstroke can help in preventing the condition.

How to Fix a Sony TV After a Power Outage

Your Sony TV might not immediately turn on after a power outage has occurred. Its inside components may have been jolted during the extreme high electricity surge or drop in power. The effect is typically temporary; however, speeding up the recovery process depends on the TV restoration steps that y

First Aid for Head Injuries

Most head injuries are minor and do not require a trip to the hospital, but it can be a very serious injury requiring immediate medical attention in some cases. Knowing how to properly administer first aid for a head injury is important in minimizing the risk.

Must a Workman's Comp Employee Use His Own Time to See a Doctor?

When it comes to a workman's comp claim, employers and employees alike must muddle through some sticky territory to be sure all of the rules are followed. Because seeing a doctor is part of the process for worker's comp insurance claims, employees often have at least one -- if not more -- appointmen

Cuts-Credits

A list of authors contributing to the topic of cuts.

How Much Is a Pilot's Salary a Year?

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics covers two types of pilots in the 2010 salary information – commercial pilots and airline pilots. Both types of pilots must be certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which must be done after schooling and flight training. New pilots are ofte

Gold Rush? Extracting New Solutions Via 'Data Mining'

This article explains how the process of data mining can help hospitals with multiple objectives, from predicting insurance fraud and identifying at-risk patients to informing clinical decision making.

Knee Therapy After Surgery

After having surgery on your knee, it is important to understand your limitations in mobility until you have completely healed. Simple activities such as walking, running and even driving must be limited or avoided to reduce the risk of injuring yourself further and possibly causing an infection. Yo

Flood Protection Grants

Severe flooding can cost lives.hurricane image by cherry from Fotolia.comFlooding can cause people to lose their homes, lives or families. Federal and state governments offer assistance to agencies and organizations that work to protect U.S. citizens from floods or protect their safety if...

Eye Protection Safety

Proper eye protection safety is essential whenever working with potentially dangerous tools or machines. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, workplace accidents blind thousands of people who didn't wear eye protection each year.

How to Get a Doctor Referral for a Medical Massage

Massage is increasingly becoming a popular treatment for soft-tissue injuries. It has been used for centuries, but only in recent years is it once again being accepted as a legitimate medical resource and not a codename for illicit activity. Still, getting a doctor's referral for massage therapy can

How to Get CNA Certified in Michigan

Certified nurse aides, or CNAs, work in long-term care facilities in Michigan and must be licensed by the state in order to work with patients. Volunteers who do similar work do not need to be certified, because they are not being compensated for their time. The training involves taking classes from

How to Negotiate An Emergency Room Bill

The costs of medical care can be extremely expensive. If you do not have insurance, or do not have the ability to cover some costs, you may be able to negotiate an emergency room bill. This process can be done through either the hospital itself, or the insurance company. If you negotiate an emergenc