It’s going to be wicked hot in Maine this weekend. In the 90s and high humidity could make it feel even hotter. Stay cool and take a minute to learn about heat-related illnesses, their symptoms and what to do if someone has any. (Pets, too.)
A fever usually means your body is fighting an infection. But it can mean something else or can cross a line. Dr. Molly O’Malley tells us when to pay attention.
In this neck of the woods, we’re usually worrying about frostbite and hypothermia. But lately, we’ve been havin’ a heat wave, so I shared some tips about heat-related illnesses on the Morning Report. [Tweet “Heat stroke can kill. Learn the symptoms”]