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During summer months, days are longer and more people are outside for longer periods of time, increasing the health risks from heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun.
Each year, more Americans on average die from heat waves than from any other natural disaster.
And every hour, one person dies from skin cancer, which is the most common occurring cancer in the Unied States.
To avoid heat exhaustion and overexposure to the sun, follow these steps to stay cool and safe this summer:
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