As a primary care physician who often treats patients with heat-related illnesses, I know all too well how heatwaves create spikes in hospitalizations and deaths related to “severe nonexertional hyperthermia,” or what most people call “heatstroke.” Heatstroke is when a person’s core body temperature rises too high—often more than 104 degrees F (40 C)—because high
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