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June 12, 2013MO |  By: Nibbe

Heat Illnesses

As summer approaches, it is important to remember to be safe when it comes to outdoor activities.

Nurse administrator at the Livingston County Health Center, Sherry Weldon, says there are ways to protect yourself from suffering from heat-related illnesses.

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Weldon says it's important to be aware of the signs of heat related illnesses,

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Weldon says is you start developing heat illness symptoms, it is important to get out of the sun. She says you can usually cool down by finding shade or getting inside a building or you can and drink water or put it on your body.