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It will be a short week after the July 4th holiday and temperatures will likely be heating up! We encourage everyone to be safe and take care during these hot summer days. Some quick reminders; inside temps of vehicles can very quickly reach 120 degrees so never leave children or pets inside, hydrate with water or non-caffeine drinks and keep an eye out for heat stroke symptoms which can sneak up on someone. A few of the symptoms include throbbing headache, dizziness and light-headedness, lack of sweating and muscle weakness or cramps.

It is also good to know that some medications make the eff...


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