DETROIT (WWJ) – Most of the WWJ listening area is under a heat advisory until 8 p.m.  with temperatures expected to hit the mid 90’s Saturday.

We get more from WWJ Newsradio 950’s Beth Fisher on avoiding health risks in the heat.

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No heat related problems so far at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak according to emergency room physician , Dr. Ahmit Bahl…who has some tips on keeping cool in this hot weather.

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One tip is to stay indoors as much as possible and out of the sun, but if you are outside Bahl says to “keep yourself well hydrated – drink lots of water.”

Bahl says the big concerns in this weather are heat exhaustion….symptoms include nausea and being light-headed and heat stroke which can be life threatening.  Heat stroke symptoms include seizures and acting loopy.

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