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*  Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps
Before the beginning of exercises, cadets receive a safety briefing on the "importance of hydration, heat stress disorders, and ...
*  Human factors and ergonomics
To this day, the IOM continues ergonomics activities, especially in the fields of musculoskeletal disorders; heat stress and ... Musculoskeletal Disorders, and Biomechanics (not yet published) Computer Ergonomics & Work Related Upper Limb Disorder ... One of the most prevalent types of work-related injuries is musculoskeletal disorder. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders ( ... Pressure that is insignificant or imperceptible to those unaffected by these disorders may be very painful, or render a device ...
*  Bioenvironmental Engineering
Sampling Environmental Health Repetitive Motion Stresses Ergonomic Stress Hazardous materials Health Hazards Heat Stress Indoor ... Air Quality Industrial Hygiene Personal Hygiene Ionizing Radiation Laser Safety Lead Hazards Musculoskeletal Disorders Noise ... Areas of specialty include: Airborne Dusts, Fumes, Mists, Fogs, Vapors, or Gases Biological hazards Biomechanical Stresses ... Chemical Hazards Chemical protection Clothing, Devices or Equipment Cold Stress Confined space Hazards Drinking Water Employee ...
*  Intrauterine growth restriction
Effect of heat stress on ovine placental growth in early pregnancy. J. Devel. Physiol. 16: 163-166. Bell A. W.; McBride B. W.; ... If the offspring actually develops in an environment rich in food it may be more prone to metabolic disorders, such as obesity ... In sheep, intrauterine growth restriction can be caused by heat stress in early to mid pregnancy. The effect is attributed to ... Bell AW, Wilkening RB, Meschia G (1987). "Some aspects of placental function in chronically heat-stressed ewes". J. Dev. ...
*  Paroxysmal dyskinesia
Attacks last from seconds to minutes and are known to be at higher risk of occurring during stress, fear, cold, heat, or ... It is an autosomal dominant disorder passing to nearly 50% of the offspring. Some predisposing factors include stress, ... Instead the attacks are brought on by stresses such as emotional stress, fatigue, alcohol, or caffeine consumption. Just like ... New drug regimens help treat symptoms of PD, but no cure for the disorder is known. The symptoms for PKD are varied from case ...
*  Erythromelalgia
... insomnia or stress. Erythromelalgia may occur either as a primary or secondary disorder (i.e. a disorder in and of itself or a ... A syndrome characterized by redness, heat and pain". Am Heart J. 16: 136-41. Drenth, JP; van Genderen, PJ; Michiels, JJ (June ... In 2004 erythromelalgia became the first human disorder in which it has been possible to associate an ion channel mutation with ... Many of those with primary erythromelalgia avoid wearing shoes or socks as the heat this generates is known to produce ...
*  Malignant hyperthermia
In rare cases, the biological stresses of physical exercise or heat may be the trigger. Other anesthetic drugs are considered ... This disorder occurs worldwide and affects all racial groups. Most cases, however, occur in children and young adults, which ... This generates excessive heat and results in metabolic acidosis. Diagnosis is based on symptoms in the appropriate situation. ... Malignant hyperthermia is a disorder that can be considered a gene-environment interaction. In most people with malignant ...
*  Darier's disease
These consist mainly of minor rashes without odor that are aggravated by heat, humidity, stress and sunlight. Poorly formed ... There were high lifetime rates for mood disorders (50%), including depression (30%), bipolar disorder (4%), suicidal thoughts ( ... ISBN 0-7216-2921-0. National Organization for Rare Disorders (2002). NORD Guide to Rare Disorders. Lippincott Williams & ... but avoidance of excessive heat, humidity, stress and tight-fitting clothes is advised, as well as maintaining good hygiene. ...
*  Fox-Fordyce disease
Heat, humidity, stress, and exercise have been shown to worsen symptoms. Rate of incidence is currently unknown. Fox-Fordyce ... ". "Fox Fordyce Disease". NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders). synd/1512 at Who Named It? "Two Cases of a Rare ... Symptoms may appear suddenly following any condition of heat, humidity, or friction. The apocrine glands (sweat glands) are the ...
*  Physical hazard
Heat stress can cause heat stroke, exhaustion, cramps, and rashes. Heat can also fog up safety glasses or cause sweaty palms or ... Musculoskeletal disorders are avoided by the employment of good ergonomic design and the reduction of repeated strenuous ... "Heat Stress". NIOSH Workplace Safety and Health Topics. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. Retrieved 8 ... Dehydration may also result from overexposure to heat. Cold stress also poses a danger to many workers. Overexposure to cold ...
*  Sphingolipid
... and the heat stress response. Additionally, modulation of sphingolipid metabolism by phosphatidylinositol (4,5)-bisphosphate ... Sphingolipidoses, or disorders of sphingolipid metabolism, have particular impact on neural tissue. A sphingolipid with an R ... Higher plants contain a wider variety of sphingolipids than animals and fungi.[citation needed] There are several disorders of ... Hannun YA, Obeid LM (July 2002). "The Ceramide-centric universe of lipid-mediated cell regulation: stress encounters of the ...
*  Health consequences of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
For all onshore work, heat stress and ergonomic hazards were found to be the greatest threats to worker safety and health. The ... and post-traumatic stress disorder A 2011 study looked at the psychological impacts of the Gulf spill on Florida and Alabama ... noted the increased risk of mental disorders and stress-related health problems. In August, the group released their ... mental health disorders, and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders." According to a Newsweek report, cleanup workers were not ...
*  Trichoptilosis
... is the splitting or fraying of the hair-shaft due to excessive heat and mechanical stress. Split ends in different lengths ... Split ends can be seen as a symptom of copper transport disorders such as Menkes disease and occipital horn syndrome. Rubbing ... Thermal, chemical or mechanical stress can cause split ends. For example, the use of curling irons and other heat treatments ... Mechanical stresses include pulling a comb forcefully through tangled hair and repeated combing. ...
*  Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
Testing the cardiovascular response to prolonged head-up tilting, exercise, eating, and heat stress may help determine the best ... POTS can also be secondary to gastrointestinal disorders that are associated with low fluid intake due to nausea or fluid loss ... Exposure to extreme heat may also aggravate symptoms. Prolonged physical inactivity can worsen the symptoms of POTS. Techniques ... If POTS is caused by another condition, outcomes depend on the prognosis of the underlying disorder. The prevalence of POTS is ...
*  Purple Heart
... except when in the heat of battle, and not involving gross negligence; post-traumatic stress disorders; and jump injuries not ... As well, individuals wounded or killed as a result of "friendly fire" in the "heat of battle" will be awarded the Purple Heart ... Injuries or wounds which do not qualify for award of the Purple Heart include frostbite or trench foot injuries; heat stroke; ... Alvarez, L. and E. Eckholm (January 7, 2009 ). "Purple Heart Is Ruled Out for Traumatic Stress." New York Times. Retrieved on ...
*  Heat illness
... or heat-related illness is a spectrum of disorders due to environmental exposure to heat. It includes minor ... Heat rash - Skin irritation from excessive sweating. Heat tetany - Usually results from short periods of stress in intense heat ... heat syncope, and heat exhaustion as well as the more severe condition known as heat stroke. A number of heat illnesses exist ... Heat illness used to be blamed on a tropical fever named calenture. Occupational heat stress Lugo-Amador, Nannette M; ...
*  Infantry
Disease epidemics, frostbite, heat stroke, trench foot, insect and wild animal bites are common along with stress disorders and ... Because of an infantryman's duties with firearms, explosives, physical and emotional stress, and physical violence, casualties ... or physical and psychological stress. The first military forces in history were infantry. In antiquity, infantry were armed ...
*  Central pain syndrome
Lowering stress levels appears to reduce pain. For regular treatment some people prefer body length heating pads while others ... "Central Pain Syndrome - NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders)". NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders). ... Central pain syndrome is not a fatal disorder, but the syndrome causes disabling chronic pain and suffering among the majority ... National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (13 January 2011). "NINDS Central Pain Syndrome Information Page". ...
*  HSP60
When a cell is under stress, it naturally increases the production of stress proteins, including heat shock proteins such as ... Further studies have linked HSP60 to diabetes, stress response, cancer and certain types of immunological disorders. Not much ... Heat shock proteins are generally responsible for preventing damage to proteins in response to high levels of heat. Heat shock ... Stresses such as temperature, concentration imbalance, pH change, and toxins can all induce heat shock proteins to maintain the ...
*  Fatigue (medical)
Fatigue is a normal response to physical exertion or stress, but can also be a sign of a physical disorder. Temporary fatigue ... Cancer-related fatigue Combat stress reaction Fatigue (safety) Gaucher's disease Heat illness Malaise Microsleep Presenteeism ... Drug abuse including alcohol abuse Depression and other mental disorders that feature depressed mood Eating disorders, which ... A sleep study may be ordered to rule out a sleep disorder. Depression and other psychological conditions can produce fatigue, ...
*  Iodothyronine deiodinase
... causing mitochondrial heat production. D2 increases during cold stress in BAT and increases intracellular T3 levels. In D2 ... Mortoglou A, Candiloros H (2004). "The serum triiodothyronine to thyroxine (T3/T4) ratio in various thyroid disorders and after ... However, heat production is much less efficient than uncoupling lipid oxidation. In cardiomyopathy the heart reverts to a fetal ... hypothyroidism is considered more severe and leads to neurotoxicity as cretinism or other human cognitive disorders, altered ...
*  Cold and heat adaptations in humans
There has been very little research done in the genetics behind adaptations to heat and cold stress. Data suggests that certain ... Axelrod, Yekaterina K.; Diringer, Michael N. "Temperature Management in Acute Neurologic Disorders". Neurologic Clinics. 26 (2 ... Shorter limbs help to conserve heat, while longer limbs help to dissipate heat. Marshall T. Newman argues that this can be ... Cold and heat adaptations in humans are a part of the broad adaptability of Homo sapiens. Adaptations in humans can be ...
*  Frostbite
Immobility and physical stress (such as malnutrition or dehydration) are also risk factors. Disorders and substances that ... Frostbite is more likely when the body's ability to produce or retain heat is impaired. Physical, behavioral, and environmental ...
*  FKBP5
Genetic studies have identified a role for FKBP5 in posttraumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety. For example, single ... FKBP5 has been shown to interact with Heat shock protein 90kDa alpha (cytosolic), member A1. FKBP52 - a functional antagonist ... in FKBP5 have been found to interact with childhood trauma to predict severity of adult posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). ... "Association of FKBP5 polymorphisms and childhood abuse with risk of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in adults". JAMA. ...
*  The Station nightclub fire
Many of the survivors developed posttraumatic stress disorder as a result of psychological trauma. It was the fourth-deadliest ... The toxic smoke, heat, and the resulting human crush toward the main exit killed 100; 230 were injured and another 132 escaped ... the latter being difficult to ignite but releasing much more heat once ignited by the less dense urethane. Burning polyurethane ...
*  Hemoencephalography
The term autism encompasses a wide range of syndromes, such as Rett disorder, pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) and ... The heat detected by PIR is proportional to the amount of sugar being burned to maintain the increased metabolic rate necessary ... In addition, HEG has shown promise at alleviating depression, stress and chronic anxiety. There is also work done by Dr. Luis ... With many symptoms reminiscent of ASD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has also been a focus of HEG research. ...