Hot summer weather is perfect for swimming and barbecues.
Too much of a good thing, though, requires caution: If you become too hot—easy to do during record-setting heat waves—you run the risk of risk of heatstroke.
What is heatstroke? It’s defined as a condition in which you’re no longer able to cool down and no longer able to perspire.
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