Thursday, August 13

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99% of Nigerian Restaurants Cook With Paracetamol
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99% of Nigerian Restaurants Cook With Paracetamol

Nigerians will do anything just to make quick money, even if it means killing one another as long as paper money is coming in. From cooking and selling plastic rice to selling chalk as panadol. Now Nigerians have engaged in a more toxic means of making money, by boiling paracetamol and cooking meat with paracetamol. Cooking with paracetamol among many Nigerian restaurants may seem to be the easiest and fastest way to get the meat cooked and served. One big problem among Nigerians today is short cuts, they are always looking for an easy way out and this has caused so many problems to this day. Who would have thought that paracetamol used for pain relief will be turned into a meat tenderizer? Unknown to these food vendors and their customers that they are actually killing them...
What Is Hyperthermia And How Is It Treated?
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What Is Hyperthermia And How Is It Treated?

What is hyperthermia? Hyperthermia is a condition that occurs in the body whereby the internal heat regulation systems get overwhelmed due to external conditions and cause the temperature inside the body to rise above normal. All internal overheating is not considered hyperthermia, some internal heating can be caused by infections, heat-regulation problems, or reactions from drugs or overdose. The normal human temperature is between 95.9°F to 99.5°F or 35.5°C to 37.5°C by day. With hyperthermia, the body temperature rises to more than 38°C or 100.4°F. What are the first signs of hyperthermia? Internal body heat symptoms We will look at some hyperthermia symptoms, but first, you have to know that the symptoms of hyperthermia depend on the level or stage it reached and most...