Red Cross issues safety tips for high temperatures
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NEW YORK -- It's the first day of summer, and temperatures are expected to get well into the 90s this week. The American Red Cross has issued some safety tips to help people beat the heat and stay safe.
Some tips include:-Never leave children or pets alone in enclosed vehicles. -Eat small meals and eat more often. -Avoid extreme temperature changes.-Stay out of the sun, especially between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. -If you're outside it's a good idea to wear a hat, light fitted clothing, and sunscreen.