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As weather forecasters recently called for local temperatures in the low- to mid-90s, many people are looking for ways to stay protected against the scorching heat.
Three Rivers District Health Department’s Community Health Planner, Melody Stafford, said there are two things for everyone to remember when temperatures start to soar.
“Stay cool and drink lots of water,” Stafford said. “Those two things are imperative when it starts to get this hot.”
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