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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.
  • Monsoons and your health
    Thomas Ardiles, MD, Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix talks about how hot weather, high levels of humidity, dust, moisture and other monsoon elements plays havoc with people's health
  • 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 during busy summer season.
  • Firework safety
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury prevention coordinator at Cardon Children's Medical Center, talks about fireworks safety and how to keep your kids safe during sparkler season