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With the high temperatures and sunny days of summer, it’s important to know the signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Whether your kids are playing in the yard on a scorching day, or you’re vacationing on a beach and starting to feel faint, you or your loved one may be experiencing either. Review our infographic and learn to recognize the signs of distress and how to differentiate between heat stroke and heat exhaustion. 

 

Heat exhaustion - English - infographic

Caroline Lachapelle

Caroline is a nurse clinician with over 5 years of experience in Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Surgery, Home Care and Routine and Ongoing care. She even completed humanitarian work in Haïti during her internship. She is passionate about nutrition, sports, fitness and well-being.