Heat Waves ( 11 results )

Prolonged or intense exposure to our scorching Texas temperatures can lead to heat stroke, which is a medical emergency and requires immediate medical attention. To avoid heat-related illnesses, it is important that individuals participating in outdoor activities keep hydrated by playing it safe before and during outdoor activities. This fact sheet provides tips to prevent dehydration and heat-related illnesses.

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Source:  Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

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Source:  Federal Emergency Management Agency

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Addresses how to stay healthy in the heat and how to help if someone falls ill from heat exposure.   Focuses on children, as well as others at risk, such as the elderly, individuals with illness, overweight individuals, unfit individuals, people who are not acclimatized, and athletes of all ages.

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

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Heat index forecasts for the United States. Daily updated by the National Weather Service.

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Source:  American Red Cross

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Source:  American Red Cross

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Source:  Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

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Source:  NOAA

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