The summer can be a fun time for the family, but be cautious. As we enter the dog days of summer, the heat can take a toll on anyone.
Whether its your student athlete, or neighbor out doing yard work, it's important to watch out for signs for heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
Fox News Midday was able to speak with Dr. Katherine Bartush with UT Health San Antonio Sports Medicine, and she explains to us what these symptoms look like.
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