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Managing Lymphedema in the Summer

As summer approaches, patients with lymphedema need to take extra precautions to prevent a “flair-up”. Those at risk should also be on the the alert for the signs and symptoms of impending lymphedema.

Protecting Workers from Heat-Related Illness

The rising temperatures of summer bring a higher risk of heat-related illness. Those required to work in the heat are especially vulnerable. Workers should be encouraged to take precautions, watch for common signs and symptoms, and administer first aid quickly.

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