This week's weather has been (and continues to be) particularly brutal for those who work or play outdoors. If you must be outside in this heat/humidity wave, make sure you take frequent breaks and drink plenty of water.
It's about this time of year that young high school athletes begin to prepare for upcoming seasons. It might be worth reminding your children or their coach about practical safety issues. The National Athletic Trainer's Association has four good common sense tips to keep the young people safe and healthy during practice:
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