Heat stroke can kill.
The signs of heat stroke are: temperature of 105F (or higher), excessive panting; hyperventilation; increased salivation; dry gums that become pale, grayish and tacking; rapid or erratic pulse; weakness; confusion; inattention; vomiting; diarrhea; and possible rectal bleeding. Please read on: http://bit.ly/1mx5LB3 --
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