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Eileen 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Oct 6
Now it’s well known I love the heat as a few on here who’ve spent Hogmanay with me will testify but there’s a lunatic about who’s turned my heating on to constant! It not big, it’s not clever and I’m fuckin meltin ya numpty so I will find ya!
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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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Nicola Price 🎄🤶🎅🎄❄️☃️ Apr 24
We’d be up for that but maybe not when its too 🌞🌞 theres a lot of steps and steep paths 😂😂
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Dr. Lauren SheWolf Sep 4
Today was really scary. I'm honestly so lucky I didn't end up in the hospital. Tuesday did not come to play.
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Silverado Apr 21
The Heat can’t hang with the Sixers in the 4th
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Michael Mackie 8 Oct 17
Kill me now. The thermostat reads 84° degrees in my dad's house. He just turned on the fireplace. It was nice knowing you. ?
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Ann Star Aug 27
I checked on about 10 times to make sure she was still breathing! She slept about 16 hours.
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Nicole Moellner Jun 3
Drink lots of water! Let me tell you is no fun!
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Ann Star Aug 7
Ellie looks like half the people who went to Lolla this weekend!
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Marsha Jews 20h
This is the strategy outlined by what your for at these borders. Thanks enjoy your golf game.
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Penn Medicine Jul 1
" is due to either not having enough water or salt in the body, both of which come from a combination of excess sweating and lack of hydration," explained Dr. Noble. Learn more:
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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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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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Dr Lakhbir K. Jassal Jul 18
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P.A.M. Jul 6
Heat warnings are in effect across much of for the next few days. Take precautions to avoid heat related illness. Infants, young children and the elderly are particularly at risk. Stay hydrated and sheltered where possible.
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Alex Winborn Jul 30
Heat wave: Even the healthy are susceptible to
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Parking and Transit Aug 16
can lead to , a serious and life-threatening situation. Symptoms include confusion, headaches & muscle cramping. Get to a cool place, hydrate and call 911 immediately. Visit for more info:
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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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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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COOLTURE Dec 10
Coolture has cooled some Paralympians, resulting in a rabid respect for these fierce, dedicated athletes. Absolutely awe-inspiring games to witness! Stay strong,
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