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Children, people over 65 and people suffering from chronic illness are at risk at extreme temperatures
How do you recognize dehydration, heat stress or heat stroke?
Headaches, cramps in your stomach or arms, and exhaustion are signs of dehydration or heat stroke. Take Immediately Action!
Prevention is better than cure: 5 Tips
Caregivers are alert
Drink and eat enough, even if you are not thirsty or not feeling hungry. Water and fruit are an absolute must!
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