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HomeHealthKidsKeep the family safe in the heat this summer

Keep the family safe in the heat this summer

hotSince the first head related death of the season in Maryland last week, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is cautioning Marylanders that heatstroke and heat exhaustion can develop from the hot and humid conditions typically associated with Maryland summers. Parents should also make sure not to leave children in the car in hot weather.

“Marylanders should remember that extreme heat can be dangerous, and even deadly,” said DHMH Deputy Secretary Dr. Laura Herrera. “With high temperatures expected throughout the weekend, people need to take steps to stay cool.”


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