Heat wave highlights threat of heat stroke

CBS News: To beat heat, people frolicked in fountain at New York City's Battery Park on Get used to it. That's what scientists are saying about hot weather, as a deadly heat wave continues to grip the nation. A new study from Stanford University says global climate change will lead permanently to unusually hot summers by the middle of the century, the Associated Press reported. And as temperatures rise, so do health risks. "It's a real public health issue," Dr. Michael Stern, co-director of the geriatric......

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