The Fourth of July is coming up, and that means fireworks, hot dogs and summertime fun all around. It also means you're likely to spend more time outdoors than usual. If you're not prepared, the heat that goes along with this time of year could prove to be deadly, as it does for up to 1,000 people a year. Check out this infographic from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to see how you can prevent heat-related illnesses and death.
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