The Washington Post published an interesting piece today about whether or not kids should be playing computer games instead of soccer.
The piece, written by Julie Boonstra, covers the recent death of a child who died of hypothermia.
The article highlights the death of two other children who died in similar circumstances, and highlights the importance of protecting kids from hypothermic exposure.
The authors state: If you or someone you know is having a hypothermotic episode, the first thing you need to do is make sure you’re not too far away from an emergency shelter.
If you have children, the best thing you can do is call 911 if you can’t get to a shelter and get them to get the emergency services.
Boonstras piece states: The game that can save a child’s life is soccer.
Soccer is a lot like a baseball game, but it is much easier to get a ball to hit a baseball.
Soccer players don’t have to worry about getting hit by a ball.
They just have to get to the ball.
It’s the same for hypotherms.
Soccer games don’t give you a lot of risk.
If your child has a fever, you can play it for a couple of hours and the fever will go down, and if you have a cold, you don’t even have to have a fever.
But for kids who are having a fever and have a severe hypothermy, it’s not really worth the risk.
Boons piece also highlights the dangers of playing games like soccer for kids.
“Playing a computer-based game in the heat of a cold can cause the brain to go into a ‘fight or flight’ mode, resulting in brain damage and possibly death,” she writes.
Boes article also points out the importance for parents to make sure their kids are exposed to enough heat during the summer months to minimize any potential exposure to heat-related illness.
“If you want your child to have fun, then you should have him or her play soccer at least twice a week, regardless of what season it is,” Boonstas article concludes.
The post also highlights other recommendations for parents on how to make their kids play in the summer: Take them to school at least once a day and use a heating pad.
If they are having trouble breathing, go to the doctor.
If the doctor says they’re having trouble breath, ask for a special breathing mask and put it on.
And if the doctor thinks you need a special inhaler or an oxygen mask, get them that.
Parents should also take the time to make them feel comfortable around other children and their friends.
Boos piece also notes that the lack of a heat-protective mask during summer season could lead to the development of heat-induced brain injuries.
Bons piece also points to other research that shows the dangers associated with playing computer-controlled games.
“These games are not as safe as they appear,” Bons article states.
“The most dangerous computer-generated content is a video game like League of Legends or Call of Duty, and these games can be very addictive, especially for kids.”
“Computer-controlled video games, especially when played in large groups, are especially dangerous for children, as they can cause brain injury, even death.”
“These types of games can cause a lot more damage than people realize,” Boons post concludes.
The post comes on the heels of a report released last month by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) detailing the death toll from the coronavirus.
The CDC found that between January 1 and August 31, there were nearly 5,000 cases of the virus.
A total of 4,845 people were confirmed to have contracted the virus, with 1,056 deaths, with 918 cases and 1,034 deaths.
The majority of the cases were in the United States, with more than 80% of the people contracting the virus from the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.
In an earlier report, the CDC reported that there have been at least 13 cases of heatstroke in the U.S. in 2017.
The CDC reported the most recent case on Aug. 21, with a death from heatstroke.
CDC officials are warning that heatstroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the country.
More from The Washington Free Beacon: The death toll for coronaviruses has risen from a total of 6,841 cases in 2014 to 7,946 cases in 2017, with the highest number of deaths being from the first two waves of the pandemic.
There were more than 6,000 confirmed cases of coronaviral disease in the entire United States last year.
At the same time, the number of new coronaviroth infections was lower than at any time since the pandemics first started.
Overall, there have now been more than 3,400