Heat Safety | VideoJessica Roose/Alex Hagan | 6/27/2012
She says when the temperature rises above 90-degrees people are more likely to succumb to heat-related illnesses, especially the elderly and very young.
"We really encourage to stay hydrated, that`s important. We tell people to eat smaller more frequent meals try to take breaks. Stay cool when you can, take a break, go inside cool off and then avoid real strenuous activity for long periods of time."
It`s also important to make sure to wear light colored, loose-fitting clothes.