Health Risk of Higher Temperatures

Older adults and those with chronic conditions are especially vulnerable to summer heat.

The National Institute on Aging recommends that on hot and humid days, older people, particularly those with chronic medical conditions like heart disease and diabetes, stay indoors in cooler spaces, especially during an air pollution alert. People without air conditioners should go to cool places such as senior centers, shopping malls, movie theaters and libraries. […]

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