Greenville tied its record high temperature for June 16 by 4 p.m. on Tuesday. Rising temperatures did not stop local residents from being outside. Dr. Ted Delbridge, chief of emergency services at Brody School of Medicine and Vidant Medical Center, provided information about signs of heat-related illnesses, prevention and response to symptoms.
Doctors say people with chronic illnesses are the highest risk of being affected. They’re likely on medication and doctors need to talk to them about how the sun will impact their health. “Heat illness is a spectrum and the very least risky are people that just get cramps, usually from being a little bit dehydrated,” explained Dr. Ted Eldridge, Brody School of Medicine.
Since when do rework, lead time, back orders, plant efficiency, material quality and handling costs come into play when snapping together a few Lego airplanes? That would be ever since East Carolina University and Duke Energy partnered to create the new Tools for Advanced Manufacturing for Veterans program.
The clash over hundreds of years of maritime activity raises the question: When the muddied water eventually settles, who really owns the history entombed along our coast? … Charlie Ewen, a professor in East Carolina’s anthropology department and director of the university’s archaeology lab, said that given the complexity of the permitting process, it’s working about as well as could be expected in North Carolina.
Beer pong, body shots and keg stands. Fraternity parties, house parties and bar crawls. College, for many students, is a generously spiked four years. And with all that alcohol comes an increased risk of sexual violence, according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll that provides new evidence of the link between intoxication and sexual assault.