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As temperatures soar into the 90’s in the coming weeks it is always important to remember the signs and symptoms of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. In addition to knowing the signs and symptoms it is just as important to stay hydrated and use proper protection against the sun.

Summer months can be very hot and humid. When you couple that with being outdoors for too long it could result in a heat stroke. Heat strokes can also occur during non-summer months.