Staying Cool in the Heat
The heat is making things difficult for anyone working outside. On Tuesday we tied the record high of 99 degrees but it actually felt more like 105. Cub scouts at the TB Mcpherson Recreation Center in Gainesville have battled the heat all week. Leaders are making sure every kid drinks lots of water and also cools off in the pool or other activities that involve water. Despite the effort to stay cool cubscout director Moss Crutchfield says each day a few kids head to the cubscout doctor with heat related issues. Doctors say staying hydrated may be one of the best things to prevent heat related illnesses but if you notice someone is dizzy, confused or acting strange this person might have a heat stroke. In this case it is important to get immediate medical attention.
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