The hot weather in this year’s summer seems to be too much for everyone. While summer could be fun, over exposure could bring some health hazards. The risk of getting a heatstroke is higher than ever. When exposed to hot climate, the body’s temperature also rises and gets dehydrated in the process. When the body cannot function properly anymore, one experiences nausea, rapid breathing, palpitations, headache, and the skin appears flushed but dry at the same time. Heatstroke can strike

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