Summer Care: Preventing a Heat Stroke

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Summer Care: Preventing a Heat Stroke

Heat stroke happens when you’ve been exposed to high temperatures for a long period of time or participated in a physical activity in high temperatures, which causes your core body temperature to reach 104 degrees F or greater. Heat stroke is the most severe form of heat injury and is considered a medical emergency.
If you take precautions and know the warning signs, you generally can prevent heat stroke.

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