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These simple steps can help prevent heat-related fatalities

This summer, children living in a small town above the Arctic Circle took a dip in the lake. The region had reached an unprecedented 38°C. But it’s not all fun and games: Increased heat exposure is poised to impact the health of more than 4 billion people by 2100, causing everything from kidney problems to brain damage and organ failure. Watch to learn how straightforward solutions can lower these risks.