Summer is just around the corner and we’ve already experienced a taste of hot, humid weather with temperatures recently jumping from the 60s and 70s to the mid-90s.
WNYT interviewed Robert Brewer, M.D., associate director of emergency medicine at St. Peter’s Hospital, about the best ways to stay safe during times of
From the story:
Dr. Robert Brewer is the associate director of emergency medicine at St. Peter’s Hospital. He gave me a couple tips on what you should do in the extreme heat.
He recommends staying inside in an air conditioned buildings. But, he says if you need to go outside, you want to make sure you are staying hydrated. Dr. brewer says if you have chronic illness, you want to be very careful in this heat as well.
Click here to watch WNYT’s report.