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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Forty people were admitted to hospital with heatstroke or sunstroke last summer Picture posed by models
The symptoms of sunstroke may include nausea, rapid heartbeat, muscle spasm, hallucinations and disorientation, lack of sweating despite high fever, loss of consciousness and fainting," the police said.
The Directorate of Emergency and Public Safety in Abu Dhabi Police's Central Operations Sector also told the public not to engage in excessive activities as this can lead to dehydration that may develop into potentially fatal sunstroke.
Mogahed noted further that the increasing risk of sunstroke may occur as a result of exposure to extreme heat and wet weather for a long time, noting that the most vulnerable groups are infants, young children, the elderly (65 years or older) and patients exposed to convulsions, and those who suffer from chronic diseases, especially heart disease or high blood pressure, pointing out that avoid exposure to direct sunlight for long periods, to stay safe of the incidence of sunstroke.
"I've played three times there as a junior, including the second year when I had sunstroke.
'There were four or five children and a few people had sunstroke, so we gave them glucose to drink when they got down,' Yifeo added.
A spokeswoman for the ABTA travel trade association said: "With very high temperatures being recorded across Europe, holidaymakers are advised to make sure they take sensible precautions to avoid sunstroke and other serious problems that can result from over-exposure to heat and powerful y sunshine.
The institute said that heat or sunstroke is a preventable condition and asked the health authorities to take common preventive measures.
His early death on active service during the First World War made him a legendary figure but he never heard a shot fired in anger - he died from the combined results of a mosquito bite and sunstroke. 1914: The first ship passed through the Panama Canal.
The Andhra Pradesh government will distribute buttermilk and ORS (oral rehydration salt) sachets among the people to prevent sunstroke deaths this summer.
PESHAWAR -- Three childre died here at Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar on Wednesday after suffering from sunstroke while the parents of the deceased have blamed that the children died because of the negligence of doctors.