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Well heat is also -- is tall on people in Missouri.
Where the scorching weather's already being blamed for at least one death and possibly two others.
Firefighters are offering some tips to everybody on how they can stay safe through all this watch.
If you have an elderly or disabled person of her idea not only just talking to home.
The power of touch you know TV touch your hand -- an -- to see -- hot they are.
We got like twelve bottles a -- -- about Gatorade.
-- That's a realistic concern for some folks there here's what you need to know about heat the body normally cools itself of course by sweating.
But under some conditions -- simply can't do that to the extent that -- is -- to cool off the body.
Those who at the greatest risk of course are young children.
And then those over 65 years old.
Those were overweight or on certain medications are also at risk best way to keep cool drink cold.
Non alcoholic beverages get yourself plenty of rest which is not I was too easy when it's hot hot hot -- your house.
-- you can take a cool shower or bath try to bring the body temperature down a little bit -- some really dangerous situations.
Especially for the young and the elderly -- You know just try to stay in the shade and try to check -- -- -- he was saying that's right absolutely.
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