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Be on the lookout for heat exhaustion and heat stroke this week
Airdate: July 19, 2022
The longest and hottest heat wave of the summer this week could put many of us at risk for heat exhaustion or even heat stroke.
Both can come on quickly when the body’s temperature rises.
Signs to look out for and possibly seek medical treatment include heavy sweating, nausea or vomiting and dizziness.\
Dr. Ananya Daggubati, an emergency medicine physician at Penn State Health’s Hampden Medical Center and Holy Spirit Medical Center is on Tuesday’s Smart Talk with tips to keep you safe during the heat wave.