DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Nearly 80 million people remain under a heat advisory or warning Tuesday with scorching temperatures and humidity expected through the Fourth of July.
Dr. Joseph Allen from Premier Physician Network sat down with Brooke Moore to discuss tips to beat the heat.
The recent heat wave has left at least one person dead and two other deaths under investigation.
A woman died Saturday in Pennsylvania while working in her garden in a heat-related death, according to the Blair County Coroner’s office. The woman went into cardiac arrest at her home and died at a hospital.
Residents are warned to “drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, and stay out of the sun,” the agency says.
For more information on keeping summer fun find tips from Premier Physician Network here.