Heat related illness and the impact on sports and exercise
With extreme temperatures, hot days can have serious implications on exercise and playing sports in the summer months. Dr Carolyn Broderick from the Children's Hospital Institute of Sports Medicine (CHISM) explains the impacts of heat related illness and ways we can safely participate in physical activity during these hotter months.
Dr Carolyn Broderick from the Children's Hospital Institute of Sports Medicine (CHISM) explains the impacts heat related illness has and ways we can keep our cool and stay fit and active during the hotter months in our video series. This helpful guide is a great for parents, coaches and school kids to help them learn more about staying safe in the summer sun when exercising.
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