Caffeine: How much is too much?

Clara T. Fryman

Caffeine: How much is way too much?

Caffeine has its perks, but it can pose issues way too. Come across out how much is way too much and if you will need to suppress your intake.

By Mayo Clinic Personnel

If you depend on caffeine to wake you up and preserve you going, you aren’t on your own. Thousands and thousands of folks depend on caffeine each day to continue to be notify and improve concentration.

How much is way too much?

Up to four hundred milligrams (mg) of caffeine a day appears to be harmless for most wholesome older

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Kawasaki Disease: Signs, Symptoms & Diagnosis

Clara T. Fryman

What are the symptoms?
Kawasaki disease (KD) is diagnosed when a patient runs a fever of 101°F – 104°F and above for at least five days. (If the fever isn’t treated, it can last up to 11 days.) The fever is accompanied by at least four of the following five symptoms:

  • A rash over the torso, especially in the groin area.
  • Redness and swelling of the palms and soles of the feet when the illness starts. Light peeling of the skin on the fingertips and toes occurs in the second and third weeks. Larger pieces of skin can peel off
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IKEA Recalls Furniture Chests Due to Tipping Hazard

Clara T. Fryman

About 820,000 Kullen 3-drawer chests sold by IKEA have been recalled in the United States because they pose a tip-over and entrapment hazard if not properly anchored to the wall, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) says.

It said children could be at risk of serious injury or death and that IKEA has received six reports of tip-over incidents involving chests that were not anchored to the wall, including one that resulted in a minor cut and one that resulted in minor cuts and bruises.

About 150,000 of the chests were also sold in Canada and have been recalled.

Consumers

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Deadly Seattle-Area Outbreak Rattles Nursing Homes

Clara T. Fryman

Editor’s Notice: For the latest updates on the 2020 coronavirus outbreak, see our news coverage.

March 4, 2020 — A coronavirus outbreak in a Seattle-area nursing dwelling, recognized only late last week, has now led to 5 fatalities, highlighting just how vulnerable persons in care facilities can be.

The Everyday living Care Center in Kirkland, WA, has turn out to be ground zero of the disaster in the U.S. Fifty other clients and team are sick with respiratory signs or are in the hospital with pneumonia or other respiratory circumstances. All are being analyzed for COVID-19.

The Everyday living Care

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California’s Best Car Camping Getaways for Winter Road Trips

Clara T. Fryman

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