Public health officials throughout the Miami Valley issued an advisory Monday about “dangerously hot and humid weather conditions that will remain hazardous for a few days.”
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Tips for Coping with heat
- Wear lightweight, light-colored clothing.
- Drink water or juice. Avoid alcohol and caffeine.
- Eat small meals more often. Avoid high-protein foods.
- Stay indoors when possible. If a.c. is not available, stay on the lowest floor out of the sunshine.
- Check on elderly neighbors.
*Source: Kettering Health Network.