WASHINGTON – Any time the weather gets hot the risk of heat-related illnesses rises.
For those who work outside, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends taking frequent breaks in shaded or air conditioned areas.
Too much time outside in this heat can make you sick.
So what are the signs that you’re getting overheated? The Red Cross says you need to watch for the following signs:
Signs of Heat Exhaustion
What to do about heat exhaustion:
Signs of Heat Stroke
What to do about heat stroke:
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