As warmer months come into full swing, more people are spending their time outdoors enjoying the sunshine. Though a healthy amount of sunshine is great for the body, too much can have adverse effects on your health.Prolonged, unprotected sun exposure can cause problems like heat exhaustion, heat stroke and dehydration. These complications can cause certain areas of the body to shut down when left untreated or improperly diagnosed. Further permanent damage can also result from prolonged exposure like cataracts, wrinkles, sun spots and cancer. Even damage to the skin like sunburns can cause internal complications to the body’s nervous, glandular, circulatory and immune systems. In addition, diseases like chicken pox and herpes simplex (cold sores), and lupus and other genetic problems can worsen with sun exposure.
Buena Park Welcomes Its Fifth Attraction On Beach Blvd - Titanic & Bodies Exhibitions Slated To Open This Summer
THURSDAY, APRIL 11
Buena Park, CA — The City of Buena Park has leased the historic Movieland Wax Museum site on Beach Boulevard to Premier Exhibitions, Inc. About 40,000 square feet of the property will be used to display their extraordinary Exhibitions, Bodies… The Exhibition and Titanic The Experience.
This is a great day for Buena Park,” stated Mayor Elizabeth Swift. “This amazing new attraction will significantly increase visitors to our entertainment area, create dozens of jobs, and generate revenue into our local economy.” Both Exhibits are scheduled to open Summer 2013.
“As the industry leader in museum quality Exhibitions, Premier Exhibitions is thrilled to partner with the City of Buena Park bringing our blockbuster Titanic and Bodies Exhibitions to this expanding tourist market,” said Samuel S. Weiser, CEO and President of Premier Exhibitions, Inc. “Over 40 million visitors around the world have experienced our Titanic and Bodies exhibits, and we are confident that our transformation of the former Movieland Wax Museum site on Beach Boulevard will improve the diversity and quality of the entertainment options available to Buena Park visitors. We believe this endeavor is just the beginning of what we hope will be a long and successful relationship between Premier and the city of Buena Park.”
DON’T GO BREAKIN’ MY HEART:
PARADE OF AMBULANCES DELIVERS GIANT HEART TO BODIES… THE EXHIBITION AT LUXOR HOTEL AND CASINO TO KICK OFF AMERICAN HEART MONTH
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1
With the help of MedicWest, the 600-pound heart will be escorted down The Strip by four ambulances today, Friday, Feb. 1, and delivered to the lobby of Luxor where it will stay on display throughout the month. The 13-foot-long, 7-foot-wide and 12-foot-high heart will be met by Amanda Daniels, spokesperson for the American Heart Association, and more than 100 students from Cheyenne High School. Daniels was diagnosed with heart disease as a teen and will share her personal testimony with the group before joining them on their tour of the Exhibition. In the hopes of catching any heart-related health issues early, MedicWest is providing complimentary Blood Pressure and Blood Glucose screenings to all exhibition guests from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
“Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States – it knows no boundaries and it doesn't discriminate,” said Daniels. “I was diagnosed with heart disease during my senior year of high school and the fear of dropping dead or undergoing a heart transplant consumed every part of me. Rather than giving up and succumbing to my disease, I fought! Today, despite being told it may never be the case, I am a mother of two and a survivor living with heart disease.”