Clinical tips: Heat stroke and dehydration

woman drinking water
Dr Esther Lau and Professor Lisa Nissen take a look at our longer, hotter summers and how they impact dehydration and heat-related illness Every year, we seem to be facing hotter and hotter summers. This has also seen an increase in heat related illnesses as average global temperatures are increasing as a result of climate

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