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Rising temperatures bring danger

Predicted high heat for the local area has health officials issuing warnings to local residents.  Nevada County ‘s  Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Milman says staying hydrated is always important, along with limiting outdoor activities during the day.  The doctor is encouraging people to check on family and friends  and to check on people without air conditioning.

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The doctor says staying in the lowest part of a building and using a fan might bring some relief to heat predicted to be close to a hundred degrees for the next several days.  Dr. Milman is reminding people to drink lots of water.

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