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|Health officials urge people to stay cool in heat|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
TALLAHASSEE — Florida health officials are warning residents and tourists to guard against sweltering heat this July Fourth weekend.
The potential for heat-related illnesses soars during the summer months. Among the most vulnerable are the elderly, people with high blood pressure and workers laboring outside. Officials urge people to drink plenty of fluids even if they aren’t thirsty. Young children and babies may need more fluids than normal.
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