…..example, in the shade. Remove excessive clothing, and advise the emergency services of the ...

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…..another feature of heat-related illness. It may feel hot and dry to the touch ...

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…..present also pose a risk. Other factors may include illness and infections where regulating ...

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…..followed by an increased then rapid rise in body temperature. Heat exhaustion is now ...

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…..cannot get up. Infants, and children, may also be at risk, where inadequate heating, ...

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…..on the chest, armpits, and neck to further reduce heat loss. Lowered levels of ...

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