School is almost back in session, which means young athletes are back on the field. But parents should beware: when temperatures go up, so do the chances for heat-related illness.
Fremont Area Medical Center Emergency Room Doctor John Hogue says the hot weather and students practicing in it can be a dangerous, even deadly combination.
In this month's Health Check report, Serese Cole explains how heat-related illnesses can be prevented, what signs to watch out for and when it's time to seek emergency care.
It's information we all need to know - Tuesday, August 6, on the Channel Six News at 5:00 p.m.
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