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  • Getting used to the heat
    Carlos Ventura, MD, talks about how it takes up to two weeks for your body to get used to summertime high temperatures. Hint: sweat is good. So are electrolytes and water.
  • Dehydration
    Robert Porter, DO, Emergency department director, shares what happens to your body when you don't drink enough water to keep hydrated during hot summer months
  • Warm weather tips
    Moneesh Bhow, MD, discusses the dangers of high temperatures and ways to prevent dehydration such as staying out of direct sunlight, wearing lightweight clothing.
  • Monsoons and your health
    Thomas Ardiles, MD, Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix talks about how hot weather, high levels of humidity, dust and moisture plays havoc with people's health
  • Hiking/ Hydration/ Heat
    Robert Porter, DO, Emergency department director, talks about the dangers of hiking without proper hydration, signs of heat distress and treatments to help.
  • Heat safety for kids
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury-prevention coordinator at Cardon Children's Medical Center, talks about keeping kids safe from burns, dehydration, falls and drowning.
  • Kids and dehydration
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury prevention coordinator at Banner Children's, discusses how much water your kids should drink and why boys are sweaty