It's the middle of August, which means for most of us, it's the dog days of summer: it's hot, the kids aren't quite back to school yet, and the AC bill is through the roof! One thing to remember during the dog days of summer is how to prevent, identify and treat heat-related emergencies.
Heat Stroke: Children and Hot Cars As we approach the summer months, it is important to remember the dangers of leaving children in vehicles. Children’s Safety Network has released a new national survey on heat stroke and children trapped in cars. Although awareness has increased, there is still plenty more that needs to be done.…Read more