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Summer Safety Tips

Temperatures are rising here in Texas and that means keeping cool in a safe way. Heat exhaustion can happen on a day at the lake, pool or even while running around town running errands. Below are some tips on preventing heat exhaustion from Web MD.

  • Take it easy during the hottest part of the day. That is usually around 3pm.

  • Drink plenty of fluids.

  • Wear loose, light clothing.

  • Never leave anyone in a parked car.

  • Avoid drinking large amounts of beverages with caffeine or alcohol as those are diuretics.

  • Be cautious if you are at increased risk

  • Cool off. Splash pads, swimming pools, lakes, even a spray bottle filled with cool water will work!


Going swimming? Here are water safety tips to keep the family safe!

  • Wear Sunscreen. Don't forget to reapply as needed.

  • Designate a swim buddy.

  • Use barriers around pools and hot tubs.

  • Boating? Ensure life jackets fit properly.

  • Actively supervise the kiddos.

  • Learn CPR

Here is a poster by the America Red Cross that provides a nice visual aid. Did I miss any what water or heat safety tips do you follow?

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