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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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Tim Buckley Jul 3
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HSE Ireland Jul 10
Signs of include dizziness, headaches, loss of appetite, pale skin and sweatiness, cramps or a temperature. Avoid heat exhaustion by staying out of the sun, drinking lots of water and having cool showers, if necessary
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Kyodo News - English Aug 6
More than 70,000 people were rushed to hospitals in for suspected and between April 30 and Aug. 5, far exceeding previous annual record set in 2013.
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Tammie Souza Weather Jun 17
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Lt. Andy Norris Jun 29
Just like you, your animals can get and . Make sure they have proper shelter and plenty of water. And keep them off the hot asphalt. It burns their paw pads.
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St John Ambulance Jul 26
Would you know how to tell the difference between and ? Young children, the elderly & those already unwell are most at risk during hot spells. Learn the key signs and symptoms to look out for in case someone needs your help.
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Tammie Souza Weather Jun 28
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TulareCo HHSA Jul 25
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247 Nursing Care, Inc. Jun 18
As the summer heats up, it's important to pay attention to loved ones who may be exhibiting signs of a heat-related illness. True or False? Signs of heat exhaustion in someone can include cool, moist, pale or flushed skin. Tell us what you think.
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Montclair, NJ Jun 18
With our first heat wave of the summer season, the urges residents to take steps to avoid and .
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LA Public Health Oct 24
Record-breaking heat throughout . Know the signs & symptoms of & . Seek help if you feel sick.
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Sarah Wroblewski Jul 1
The stretch of high temps & high humidity continue this week.
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CoolTowel Dec 6
Send these brave to battle Email me directly at andy@cooltowel
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Mayo Clinic Jul 16
: Thousands of people suffer from or each year. Dr. Luke Wood says everyone should know the signs and symptoms of heat-related illnesses because they can be overcome no matter how much they prepare.
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Silverado Apr 21
The Heat can’t hang with the Sixers in the 4th
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Toni Jul 28
After weeks of suffering & a very tearful week with my I’m so glad it’s cooler & raining. The cartoons are on, I’m tidying my room & my anxieties are calmer because of it 🙌🏻
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KHOU 11 News Houston Aug 21
REMEMBER YOUR FURRY FRIENDS: It’s never okay to leave a pet unattended in a hot car. KHOUweather Forecast:
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St.John Ambulance ON Aug 14
What's the difference between and ? 😰 has you covered:
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Cook Children's Jul 17
With the temperatures up, make sure you know the signs of and .
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