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On a hot, humid day we all appreciate the cool blast of air conditioning. And while some of us can hardly imagine leaving these temperature-controlled comforts, others embrace the heat in pursuit of loftier goals: being physically active.
Whether exercise is part of a regular routine, or just an excuse to take advantage of the sunshine, those who are physically active are at an increased risk for developing heat-related illnesses this summer.
VIDEO: "Being physically active in extreme heat" with Dr. Janice Harvey
For more information, take the certified machealth Extreme Heat Events course.
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