Hearing Protection

Hearing Protection

You are at risk of hearing loss

Hearing damage can take the form of temporary or permanent ringing in the ears (tinnitus) and loss of the ability to hear clearly. Hearing damage is irreversible. Once it happens, it’s permanent (in all but some very rare cases). Amplified music can cause noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). A study in Great Britain found that 62% of regular club-goers have symptoms of hearing loss. The risk of hearing damage depends on: 1) how loud the music is; 2) how close you are to the speakers; 3) how long you are near the speakers; 4) previous hearing damage. You...

Heatstroke

Heatstroke

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Heatstroke is surprisingly dangerous

In fact, it's one of the main causes of medical emergencies at events across the country. Heat-related illnesses like heat exhaustion and heatstroke can be terrifying experiences, and are much more...

Testing Kit Instructions

WHAT ARE REAGENTS?

Reagents are chemicals that change color when they come into contact with certain drugs, enabling you to detect their presence in a sample. Reagents cannot, however, detect every drug, nor can they tell you how pure or potent your drugs are. Even if you get the expected color reactions for the drug you want, there could still be one or more other drugs present. This is because: Not all drugs change color with reagents. Darker colors may overshadow lighter colors. A very tiny quantity of a drug may not produce a visible color...

Collapsing While Dancing

It's Probably Heatstroke

If some collapses on the dance floor, it's likely that it's due to heatstroke. High body temperature is further evidence that this is the case. Heatstroke is characterized by having a core temperature of 103-104F or above, which is extremely dangerous. You can read our comprehensive guide to heatstroke here. In the meantime, here's how to prevent collapsing and respond if it occurs. High body temperature can be caused by a combination of factors, including: Being in sunlight Being in a hot indoor or outdoor space Heavy exertion Use of...