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Medical Minute #10
This summer, be familiar with the potential symptoms that come with Heat Exhaustion, including:   body temp 100°F; low blood pressure; fast pulse; moist skin and sweating; muscle cramps and tenderness; nausea and vomiting; dizziness or lightheadedness; confusion; and headaches. Circumvent this problem by avoiding prolonged exposure to high temperatures; drinking lots of fluids (preferably sports drinks, which contain both salt and sugar), and take frequent breaks in the shade. During heat waves, find air-conditioning by moving indoors or go to a shelter. This is especially important for elderly adults! For more information about the effects of heat, visit one of our certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants at your nearest Minute Clinic! . Carol Moore NAACP Health Committee Chair [more]
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Executive Director Greeting
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President’s Message
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