Comments on: Drink Water To Survive The Heat! The EPA Blog Thu, 30 Jul 2015 11:15:11 +0000 hourly 1 By: Ellen Thu, 06 Mar 2014 00:11:05 +0000 It’s not a joke when a person gets dehydrated especially during the summer months. As mentioned here the worst that can happen is to have a heat stroke. So it is really a must to drink plenty of water to keep oneself hydrated. Another problem during summer is the drying of the skin which may promote aging. Of course, there are other means of battling aging, more information on that.

By: Jan Fri, 27 Sep 2013 08:14:12 +0000 – In heat stroke due to dehydration and hence inability to sweat, the skin is dry, warm and flushed and the body temperature is above 40 or 41 °C (104-105.8 °F).
– In exertional heat stroke, a person can sweat.
– In heat exhaustion, the skin is pale, cool and sweaty and the body temperature is 37-40 °C (98.6-104 °F)
– In a hot, windy day with dry air, you can sweat, but your skin can be completely dry, because the wind blows all the sweat away quickly.

By: Miamo Lydie Fri, 19 Jul 2013 09:17:54 +0000 Hi Michelle. just from your concern for the environment, you are a great woman. you are worth more than our African leaders who spend time organizing conferences on what to do for the environment, which they already know but lack just the political will to implement all those decisions and save our polluted environment. They are only interested about their pay package and luxurious hotels where they are lodged the time of the conference.
Dear Michelle, I am a fan of everything touching environmental protection, and I would like to set up a foundation in this line. I would like to ‘recycle’ street children by training and working with them in the production and sale of hand bags, dresses, furniture, jewelries handicraft… and any other things deriving from waste materials. i also wish to train them in fields like fashion design, hairdressing, building, agriculture…such that they will be able to save money and settle on their own, while contributing the sustainable development of their environment. My project is still at the conception stage, and I don’t know who to turn to in order to gather the fund necessary to finance it. can you help me please?