7/14/2017 7:17:12 AM

Health Units are warning about conditions that could take place during the hot humid and sticky days this summer.
One of the very major concerns for Health Units is heat stroke which is a progressive medical condition that takes place with overexposure to the heat. Public Health Inspector Randy Walker says the condition can be fatal so it is important to know what to do if heat stroke strikes.

    Walker says each person's symptoms are different but could include headaches, dizziness, lack of sweating despite the heat, muscle weakness or cramps, and behavioural changes such as confusion.    

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