How to prevent heat stroke

Find Some Shade 

Features common to urban cities such as buildings made of concrete and asphalt cause temperatures to rise more quickly than rural areas, even in the absence of a heatwave. This is called the urban heat island effect.

People can reduce their risk of heat-related illness by periodically spending time outside in the shade or in public facilities with air conditioning.

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