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Smart Woman: Staying Cool In The Summer Heat

It's the 4th of July weekend and it's predicted to be a hot one. With outdoor fun approaching make sure you're taking steps to keep cool.
 It's the 4th of July weekend, and it's predicted to be a hot one. Doctors recommend the best way to avoid a heat stroke or heat related illness is to take some simple steps. Try to cut down on vigorous outdoor activities and have events when the temperature begins to drop. Don't forget to drink plenty of water and try to dress in cooler clothing. If you're cooking outdoors, pick a shady spot. 
Always know the symptoms of a heat stroke, such as high body temperature, the absence of sweating, flushed face, rapid pulse, and rapid breathing. Anyone can have a heat stroke, but elderly, toddlers, and those with heart problems are at higher risk.

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