July 8, 2019 | Cindy Krischer Goodman | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Neil Galindez shared signs and symptoms of heat illnesses in an in-depth interview with a South Florida newspaper.

Our record heat could be dangerous – or deadly. Here’s what you need to know.

As South Florida experiences record-setting high temperatures heading into the Fourth of July weekend, the risk of heat stroke or heat exhaustion is real.

Before you head out to an all-day pool party, or celebrate the holiday weekend in the backyard with brews, learning what to do and what not to do as the heat index climbs could have big health consequences.

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