Health & Fit Tim McGraw collapsed onstage because of dehydration — here's why it can be so dangerous

19:09  12 march  2018
19:09  12 march  2018 Source:   MSN

Here’s The One Drink You Should Order On An Airplane

  Here’s The One Drink You Should Order On An Airplane Drinking on a plane is a surprisingly complicated business. Many of the beverages that you would normally order aren’t great options at 20,000 feet in the air. While you may be tempted to skip the drinks all together, dehydration can be a real problem on airplanes. Not only can it make you more prone to air sickness, but it can increase your chances of getting jet lag, contribute to high-altitude headaches, and make it more likely that you’ll get sick after you get off the plane. Not to mention, airplane cabins are already dry, so skipping water would make your skin even drier after the flight. All that’s to say, skipping the drink cart on a plane isn’t a great idea.

Singer Tim McGraw was performing at Ireland's Country to Country Festival in Dublin with his wife Faith Hill on Sunday night when he suddenly dropped to his knees. After a pause in the concert, Hill addressed the crowd and announced that McGraw would not return to the stage

"He's been super dehydrated," Hill said to the audience, according to Rolling Stone. "I apologize, but I made the decision that he cannot come back out."

On social media, videos of Hill's announcement show the crowd cheering in support of McGraw.

Faith addressing the crowd about Tim. He is ok, just dehydrated! #faithhill #timmcgraw (

Stomach-burning fidget spinners on EU warning list .
Fidget spinners have become a worldwide playground craze, but some of the cult toys can also cause serious injuries to children, according to a new EU report on dangerous products released on Monday. Brussels said its product alert system had detected some light-up spinners with button batteries that can come loose and be swallowed, causing "burns to the oesophagus and intestines".Other types of the popular finger spinners have central bearings that can come loose to create a choking hazard for small children, according to the European Commission, the watchdog for the 28-nation EU.


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