Heat wave brings extreme temperatures and fire risk to California | Univision Meteorology News


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends watching for warning signs and symptoms of heat-related health problems such as rapid, pounding pulse, muscle aches or spasms, dizziness, fainting, hot, red skin , dry or wet, nausea, and heat rash, or red groups of small, pimple-like blisters on the skin.

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