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The Hartford CourantWill Graustein describes himself as a "fair-weather runner" who avoids exercising in brutal heat. On the other hand, he finds he competes pretty well in crummy weather, from blizzards to heat waves. Graustein, 40, of Harwinton, is president of the...
Sun Pop Music Critic1972. Terrorists took hostages at the Munich Olympics. The Watergate scandal broke and the Vietnam War was coming to a close. In pop, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, Carole King and Stevie Wonder all dropped masterpieces - Superfly, What's Going On,...
Sun StaffFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Orioles pitching prospect Steve Bechler, who made his major-league debut five months ago at Camden Yards, died yesterday morning of multisystem organ failure caused by heatstroke. He was 23. Bechler was rushed to North Ridge...
Sun StaffHypothermia, which could have been a factor in the deaths in the Patapsco River yesterday, occurs when the core body temperature falls below the normal 98.6 degrees and impairs muscular and brain functions. The condition is accelerated by exposure to...
Sun StaffStruck in critical locations by a single bullet traveling at supersonic speed, few of the sniper's victims ever had a chance. Three of the 12 confirmed targets were struck in the head, and all three died. Trauma doctors say they cannot imagine anyone...
Associated PressBAGHDAD, Iraq - Three suicide bombers in a furniture truck blew themselves up at the gates of a U.S. Army base yesterday, killing one soldier and wounding 14. It was the third suicide attack on American forces in Iraq this week. Three wounded soldiers...
Sun Foreign StaffABOARD THE BONHOMME RICHARD - Here are a few of the concerns weighing upon mechanics who service the Harrier jets flying bombing and surveillance missions high above Iraq: Engines can't fail. Radar must work. Fuel tanks can't come loose. Planes can't get...
From Wire ReportsCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Salvaged tape from Columbia's data recorder might hold vital information up until just a few seconds before the shuttle disintegrated over Texas, accident investigators said yesterday. While the 9,400 feet of magnetic tape was...
Sun StaffTucked away in a scenic mountain setting near Cumberland sits one of Maryland's most modern prisons, staffed by correctional officers who have a reputation for a strict, no-nonsense approach to dealing with inmates. But an inmate's suspicious death at...
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Sun National StaffThird in a series MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Douglas Konecny loved everything about manufacturing. He loved the roar of the machines and the hum of the factory walls. The vibrations. The smells. Even the feel of the fans blowing against his damp skin on midsummer...
A little extra care on hot summer days can prevent a day at the beach or a picnic in your favorite park from turning nasty. 1. Drink plenty of fluids - During heavy exercise in a hot environment, drink 2-4 glasses (16-32 ounces) of cool fluids each...
Tags: Science, Sunburn, Death, Metal and Mineral, Salt
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