Helping Healthcare Workers Spot and Treat Heat Stroke and Offering Summer Exercise Safety Tips

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For the month of August, Health Education Solutions offers articles on summer exercise safety as well as how to prevent, identify, and treat heat stroke.

Health Education Solutions (HES), a leading provider of online healthcare certification courses, has released two articles for the month of July.

The first article discusses how to safely exercise during the summer and offers tips and advice for people of all ages so that they can enjoy being active while avoiding the illnesses and injuries that can result from exercising in hotter temperatures.

The second article talks about heat stroke -- what it is, how to spot it, which groups of people are most at risk, and how to effectively avoid and treat it.

Courses from Health Education Solutions

HES offers a series of online healthcare certification courses. Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) certification and recertification and pediatric advanced life support (PALS) certification and recertification courses are available in convenient self-paced formats that allow students to certify or recertify on their schedule. Practice tests and free practice quizzes are available for both the ACLS and PALS courses.

Health Education Solutions also offers first aid (CPR), and automated external defibrillator (AED) training for healthcare professionals, first responders or anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency.

Other online Health Education Solutions courses include a basic life support (BLS) course as well as stroke and bloodborne pathogens training courses.

Additional resources related to seasonal health trends, healthcare certification and professional training are available in HES’ online resource library.

About Health Education Solutions

Health Education Solutions (HES) is a leading provider of continuing education solutions for healthcare professionals. HES, a subsidiary of Nelnet Inc. (NYSE: NNI), offers ACLS and PALS courses developed in partnership with medical faculty at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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