Helping With Heat Exhaustion

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We learn why heading out into the heat can sometimes be dangerous, and what steps you should take in order to prevent heat exhaustion and other heat illnesses. We also look at what to watch for in terms of potential symptoms.  Plus, what to do for someone you think may be experiencing heat exhaustion, and when it’s time to seek medical attention.

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