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jasoncanadadrug 17h
Learn the difference between and and how to prevent both:
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Hannah Murray May 19
I ran around the block once today, and my face felt like boiling lava. Yes, summer is coming. Keep your kids indoor.
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M, Josiah Anderson 9h
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jasoncanadadrug May 22
More than 600 people die every year from heat-related illnesses related to high temperatures or above-normal temperatures and humid weather in the United States. Learn the difference between and and how to prevent both:
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Dan Henry Jul 18
With the very dangerous temps in the forecast, please be on the lookout for the following symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke!
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RockinPetsFoundation 23 Oct 17
Our furry little friends can & get quickly. & NEVER leave them in cars🐕🐱☀️🐶  🐱
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Danny Jones Dec 24
I have not missed Australia's weather
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Chris Hyde Jun 26
Please enjoy this but be able to recognise the signs of and Please too look out for your elderly neighbours too
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DOH Polk 23 May 18
Do you know the signs of ? Stay alert as the weather turns warmer...
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TexasHealthResources May 21
From to , summer can be hazardous to your health. Dr. Glenn Hardesty, a physician on the medical staff at Plano, talks with about summer injuries that could lead to a trip to the ER. Watch here:
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St.John Ambulance ON Jun 15
Leaving your pets in the car puts them at risk of and other heat-related ailments. Instead, leave them at home or take them with you!
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Silverado 21 Apr 18
The Heat can’t hang with the Sixers in the 4th
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The Water Guy May 22
According to the National Weather Service, heat is one of the leading causes of weather-related deaths each year in the US. Learn how to keep you & your family safe in the :
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Dr Altamash Shaikh May 15
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DOH Polk Jul 23
Today's forecast is calling for another hot day! Do you know the signs of ? Be on the lookout for these symptoms.
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NJEPA Jun 30
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Kaiser Permanente Southern California Jul 10
Is it or ? Learn the symptoms and what to do. Don’t take the heat lightly. Protect yourself.
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Local42stl Aug 22
If you're in the field, be sure you're drinking at least a pint of water an hour; take breaks and find shade when you can. And keep an eye on yourself and brothers and sisters for symptoms of and .
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Courtney Griffin Jun 12
The heat has finally gotten to my soul. 3 naps in the last two days- & I never take naps. WAYYY to hot 🔥
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Nicole Moellner Jun 3
Drink lots of water! Let me tell you is no fun!
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