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Outdoor workers, older adults, youth athletes, pregnant women and people with heart or kidney disease are especially vulnerable to heat.
Most healthy people can meet their daily fluid needs by drinking when they are thirsty.
Weather agencies team to map locations where poor people and people of color need help to combat the consequences of extreme heat.
Losing water, especially during hot weather, can lead to mental confusion, impaired motor skills and poor decision-making.
Your urine color may be telling you something.
Warm showers can alleviate symptoms of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, but the only cure is quitting marijuana.
Water isn’t only for drinking—it’s key to all biological processes.
Will the candidates’ state of health be one of many pressing issues voters want addressed? Dr. Pawan Grover urges viewers to stay tuned.
Don’t become a hot weather statistic.
Don’t let a picnic in the park or a hike in the hills turn into an evening at the ER.
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