The dry season is upon us. With weather experts forecasting "unusually hot" days ahead, here is a refresher on how to avoid heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Heat stroke is especially dangerous; the Department of Health advises people to bring the sufferer to a hospital immediately after instituting emergency measures (see below).
Whether you're heading off to summer vacation or continuing the daily grind to work, remember to stay cool and stay hydrated, and make sure your loved ones do so as well. Keep these tips in mind, especially when you notice that you're starting to sweat heavily out there.
— BM, GMA News