Extreme Heat - Almost Lifelike album
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Extreme Heat often results in the highest number of annual deaths among all weather-related hazards. In most of the United States, extreme heat is defined as a long period (2 to 3 days) of high heat and humidity with temperatures above 90 degrees. In extreme heat, evaporation is slowed and the body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. This can lead to death. This can lead to death by overworking the human body. Remember that: Extreme heat can occur quickly and without warning. Older adults, children, and sick or overweight individuals are at greater risk from extreme heat. Humidity increases the feeling of heat as measured by a heat index. If you are under an extreme heat warning: Find air conditioning. Avoid strenuous activities.
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With temperatures nearing almost 100 degrees, it's safe to say that summer is here and the heat is sweltering. Although laying by the pool or the beach and enjoying the outdoors might be relaxing and healthy, too much sun exposure can cause a number of health complications and even lead to death. This week and throughout the weekend, the east coast is expected to hit temperatures in the high 90s. News outlets and meteorologists are warning people to take extra safety precautions before they step into the sun. Heat is one of the biggest causes of weather-related deaths
Extreme Heat - What Would James Brown Do? 07:33. Extreme Heat - Hypnotized 03:10. Extreme Heat - Blindness 03:33. Extreme Heat - Dinosaur in Blue 04:32. Extreme Heat - The Light 04:59. Extreme Heat - Difference to Me 05:41. Extreme Heat - Galaxy 06:30. Extreme Heat - The Hump 05:02. Extreme Heat - Desperate 05:27. Extreme Heat - Pass the Peas 05:09. Year Before the War - Extreme Heat.
In the 1995 Chicago heat wave, almost 700 people lost their lives, and thousands went to the emergency room. It can be hard to get exact numbers however, as often the bodies are discovered after the extreme heat has subsided, making it difficult to ascribe temperature as the main cause of death. Still, even though the numbers may be fuzzy, the effects of extreme heat aren't: If you don't take it seriously, it can kill. Keep that in mind the next time you feel like going for a run in 95-degree weather.
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Songwriter – Mike Barnes
Songwriter – Bruce Spelman
|A3||I Want To Be With You (A Twisted Love Story)
Songwriter – Bruce Spelman , Neil Pederson
Arranged By – Mike Barnes Songwriter – Neil Pederson
|B1||Living In A Dream
Songwriter – Nel Pederson
|B2||Watchman (Without You)
Songwriter – Mike Barnes
Songwriter – Mike Roeder
Songwriter – Neil Pederson
- Recorded At – Dirty Drawers Studio
- Mixed At – Sound Recorders Studio
- Bass, Engineer – Mike Roeder
- Drums – Karl Gore
- Guitar – Mike Barnes
- Keyboards – Neil Pederson
- Saxophone – Joe Morales (tracks: B1)
- Vocals – Bruce Spelman
NotesRecorded at Dirty Drawers Studio.
Extreme Heat 467-7022
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