When the temperature rises outside, so does the risk of exhaustion, cramping, and heat stroke.
When the temperature rises outside, so does the risk of exhaustion, cramping, and heat stroke. John Takai Getty Images/Hemera
When the temperature rises outside, so does the risk of exhaustion, cramping, and heat stroke. John Takai Getty Images/Hemera

Be aware of heat-related illnesses when temps rise

July 22, 2015 12:48 PM

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