Extreme Heat is Bad for Your Health

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We adore a sunny, hot day but too much heat can cause several health concerns

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Temperatures aren't a guarantee that you'll become sick, but the more time you spend in hot conditions, the greater your risk

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"High temperatures put stress on our hearts, hurt our kidneys and livers, and can cause confusion, delirium, and seizures

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Paying attention to your body and cooling off when you feel hot is the best way to lower your body temperature and avoid heat illness.

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Heat sickness doesn't need a fever. Heat sickness symptoms: dizziness, nausea, headache, lethargy

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Heat illness symptoms can be caused by various medical disorders, and persons with heat illness typically have normal body temperatures (97° - 99°F).

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In dry conditions, perspiration evaporates into the air and is removed from the body

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Rest and hydrate frequently, especially important for kids

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