With temperatures expected to top out at 100 degrees or higher through Saturday, we've created a quiz to test your knowledge of heat exhaustion.
Seek immediate medical care; call 911.
Move the victim to a cooler environment, with fans or air conditioning, or give a cold bath or sponging to reduce body temperature.
Encourage the drinking of hydrating fluids.
Firm pressure on the cramping muscle or a gentle massage to relieve spasms.
Sipping water to induce nausea.
A cold shower.
All of the above.
It feels hotter when there's no wind.
It's the heat plus the radiance of the sun.
It's the heat … and the humidity.
It's the heat … and the humidity, the wind and the sun's strength.
Your physical condition
A higher SPF factor on sunscreen
All of the above
Direct the flow of portable electric fans toward yourself.
Take off your hat to allow the heat to escape from your body.
Wear heavy, dark clothing.
None of the above.
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