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It's been called the silent killer the whole -- difference that the medical Examiner's office as at least a dozen people have already died this summer from heat related illnesses that is so -- The agency expects that number decline with the rising temperature I can't believe it is the -- let -- meaning He is ridiculous it's true almost.
Disaster mode now people people are key managers have good or Diana we're -- people an emergency department.
There really seriously ill.
Doctor Larry Lovelace says the emergency room -- -- medical center treats at least ten to twelve patients a day.
For heat related illnesses like the people who are having meetings often cramped prepared for these programs as well doctor Lovelace says heat exhaustion will make patients tired and cranky.
The heat stroke is much more severe.
If you have any kind of central nervous system abnormalities -- -- officially heat stroke.
You temperatures typical little bit higher your body temperature going to be over wanna warm we've had some as high as -- 107 actually my brother had a heat stroke people -- you can die from this pretty quickly.
Lack of sweat is a major warning sign according to doctor love list.
He says prickly heat nausea and abdominal cramps are other signs of -- heat illness.
You see any one of those three things.
You're really in trouble need to get out of -- He says He can literally -- neurons in your brain and they won't come back.
You can truly not be the same person you were yesterday haven't even heard today.
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