(GREENWICH, Conn.) -- Young athletes are being reminded to hydrate during the summer heat wave by a doctor at the Pediatric Center at Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut, according to HealthDay.
Dr. Toni Salvatore warned young athletes that excessive heat can cause exhaustion and heat stroke in a hospital news release. Drinking copious amounts of water will increase circulation and prevent heat-related problems.
As temperatures break records across the country, athletes young and old are being urged to consume twice as much water as normal.
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