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File PDF documentAltitude Acclimatization and Illness Management
A September 2010 U.S. Army Technical Bulletin (TB 505) related to hypobaric hypoxia, an environmental stress resulting from ascent to progressively higher terrestrial elevation or altitude.
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Journal EntryDon't ignore your thirst
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Journal EntryExercise to avoid catching a cold or flu
A study shows that regular exercisers are less likely to fall sick with a cold or flu.
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Journal EntryExercising when sick – a smart move?
Find out when it’s safe to exercise with the sniffles.
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Journal Entry Troff documentFeeling funny? Report it!
You can take an active part in helping ensure dietary supplements are safe. Read about the importance of reporting adverse effects.
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Journal EntryPredicting acute mountain sickness
Scientists suggest how likely you are to experience altitude sickness while at elevation.
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Journal EntryPrevent food poisoning
Foodborne illness, commonly known as food poisoning, can make you feel as if you have the flu! Some tips will help you stay safe.
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Journal EntryRisks of activity at altitude
Altitude affects what your body needs and how it responds, especially when it comes to exercise.
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Journal Entry D source codeWhen to exercise and when to just stay in bed
Exercise can help fend off illness, but what if you're already sick?
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