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Heat Stress & Heat Stroke

We often joke about kids going until they drop, but during the hot summer days, that takes on a whole new and dangerous meaning.  Watch for symptoms of heat stress and heat stroke, such as cramping, fatigue, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, headaches and fever.  Keep them well hydrated and, of course, never, ever leave a child or let them play in a hot car.  A little prevention can make is a safe summer for everyone!