Afternoons filled with day trips to Barton Springs and melted ice-cream at Amy’s are quickly approaching our beloved Austin. An average summer day in the capital city typically ranges from 90º to 100º+. In extreme temperatures, it’s important to be mindful of heat stroke symptoms.
Dr. Okpara is a board-certified emergency physician, an Austin Emergency Center co-founder and the medical director of AEC’s South Lamar location. Watch his Wellness Wednesday video to better understand and how to recognize signs of a heat stroke.
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