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a female police officer in the city of North Sumatra field being set up highway traffic in a hit by a motorist. female police officer from the police force highway traffic city Poltabes the field in a hit until bounced two meters to the highway. The police currently hospitalized Bayangkara terrain.
1 Apr 2017
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A group of hunters found this bear that got stuck in a barrel and then they help the bear get free. It was indeed a good deed.
24 Apr 2017
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He accidentally burned his house...
2 Apr 2017
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Math Professor "accidentally" drew on the projector with a whiteboard marker, and get help from the YouTube video.
2 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 There are different types of radiation. Radiation can be useful, but it can also be dangerous, and some types are more dangerous than others. Some kinds of radiation exposure can increase the probability of genetic damage and of developing diseases such as cancer and tumors. Radiation sickness is a kind of illness that happens when body tissues are exposed to radioactive substances. It can occur when there is accidental exposure to high doses of radiation, such as nuclear power plant accidents or when radiation is used for medical treatments. Some well-known examples of incidents that have caused radiation sickness include the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, when a massive explosion caused intense radiation to spread over a wide area. Radiation can also come from everyday activities, such as exposure to the sun. The effects of radioactive poisoning can last for months and years.
15 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 There is no cure for radiation sickness, but symptoms can be treated. The effects cannot be reversed, but timely treatment can help to contain the damage. Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and weakness can be treated with medications that target these complaints. Blood transfusions may be needed to treat anemia, and antibiotics reduce the threat of infections. Patients with some cancers will need both radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Patients who have chemotherapy sometimes take the drug filgrastim to stimulate white blood cells. This may be helpful in repairing the damage to bone marrow caused by radiation. Preventing radiation sickness It is important to minimize exposure to radiation. This includes taking appropriate safety measures when working with radiation, avoiding unnecessary X-ray exposure, and being mindful of the dangers of radiation when considering treatments for cancer. During X-ray imaging tests or radiation therapy, a patient should have a protective shield over the parts of the body not being treated or studied. A female patient should inform the technician if she is, nor may be, pregnant. A patient who is undergoing radiation therapy can take potassium iodide KI orally either before or after exposure, to protect the thyroid gland from damage. For best results, it should be taken before. If exposure is limited to hands and feet, and no vital organs have been contaminated, the danger is greatly reduced, and radiation poisoning is less likely. Most countries have strict rules about the use of radioactive materials in science and industry. If there is an accidental or deliberate release of radioactive material, strategies are in place to evacuate people or to shelter them in appropriate places. If a major emergency occurred, for example, a radioactive accident or attack, emergency teams would need to identify what type of radiation people had been exposed to, in order to decide how to treat them.
17 Apr 2017
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Have you ever accidentally let one slip?
21 Apr 2017
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A BMX rider collided accidentally with a 12-year-old boy and before he could handle anything, the boy’s dad came up and shoulder charged him.
21 Apr 2017
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ACCIDENTE DE BARCO
22 Apr 2017
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A Stargate SG-1 music video featuring the song 'Accidentally in Love' by the Counting Crows.
12 Oct 2006
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Accidente atracador de banco
12 Feb 2007
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Nuevo comercial de la Municipalidad de Bahia Blanca para prevencion de accidentes de transito
13 Mar 2007
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While explaining why you should check out new web series Project V, Richard Dedomenici accidentally falls off the roof of the building.
24 May 2007
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Recopilacion de accidentes en moto, algunos alucinantes, otros muy tontos xD. Más videos en www.malrollo****
12 Jul 2007
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This AMV features some of the best accidental loves in anime. From Ah My Goddess to Peach girl to Naruto and Full moon wo Sagashite. And there's lots more than just that in this AMV ^_^ It features my favorite couples also, GaaHina, Momo/Kiley, Ren/Nana O., Keiichi/Belldandy, Twins/Haruhi, Tamaki/Haruhi, Nobu or Shoji/Nana K. and Takuto/Mitsuki. I hope you enjoy it :3
22 Jun 2007
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Junio de 2007 -- Durante las vacaciones de verano las actividades al aire libre y el uso de las piscinas es cada vez mayor. Los pequeños buscan escaparse de las altas temperaturas jugando con el agua. Sin embargo esta sana diversión puede terminar en tragedia si no se toman las precauciones necesarias. Según la Comisión de los Productos de Consumo de Estados Unidos (CPSC) anualmente mueren ahogados 260 niños menores de 5 años y más de 2.700 son atendidos en salas de emergencia de hospitales por lesiones causadas en las piscinas. Para reducir el riesgo de accidentes la Comisión recomienda a los padres y abuelos instalar cercas alrededor de la piscina y cubrirla cuando no esta en uso, instalar alarmas en las puertas de acceso a la piscina y evitar dejar objetos en el agua. Recuerde que para que un niño se ahogue solo se necesita una cantidad mínima de agua. Nunca pierda de vista a sus hijos, y en caso de que desaparezca, busque primero en la piscina. Para mayor información visite www.cpsc.gov o llame al 1-800-638-2772 Producido para AARP
29 Jun 2007
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