Heat Exhaustion & Heatstroke - Health Channel


Heat Exhaustion & Heatstroke | Living Minute

Just about everyone loves to go outdoors in the summer and be more active. However, if you start to feel dizzy or nauseous in the heat, you could have heat exhaustion and should get out of the heat to cool down.

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