Drink plenty of water and stay inside when you are able

By George Garza

With local weather readers and meteorologists predicting daily heat index numbers above 100 degrees and with no wind to speak of, now is the time for you to think about heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are two very real maladies that can quickly overwhelm even the most fit and hardy of us.

The danger is so real that the Texas Department of Public Safety this week issued a summer heat advisory for citizens across the Lone Star State.

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