While everyone is susceptible to heat-related illnesses, children, the elderly and people with heart disease and high blood pressure are generally more at risk. Aside from knowing the symptoms of these complications, and learning how to react, it is also important to observe heat safety measures to prevent the former from occurring in the first place. These measures include wearing light, loose and light-colored clothing, staying hydrated, and eating smaller meals.

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