The Center for Disease Control warns not to take hot weather headlines lightly, because every year over 400 people die from exposure to heat.
So here's what you can do to eliminate your risk of heat exposure. First know what the symptoms are:
Any of these symptoms would mean you are at high risk of heat exhaustion. At the first signs of these symptoms you should seek medical attention.
|Avoiding Heat Exhaustion|
Of course, you can help prevent those symptoms by planning for the heat and taking the following precautions: