Triple-Digit Temperatures Causing More Heat-Related IllnessesThe triple-digit temperatures happening across all of North Texas can be dangerous and even deadly.
Staying Cool & Safe During Dangerous North Texas HeatDangerous heat is in the North Texas weather forecast this week. In fact, this will be the hottest week that the DFW area has seen in the last two years.
DFW Hits 100 Degrees; Experts Warn Of Heat Exhaustion, StrokeDallas/Fort Worth officially hit 100 degrees Friday, making it the hottest day of 2018 so far in the Metroplex.
MedStar Uses "Extreme Weather Response" During Scorching WeatherMedStar emergency crews took more than a dozen people to the hospital Saturday for heat-related illnesses.
Extreme Texas Heat Brings A Number Of Health RisksThe extreme hot weather brings a number of health risks for anyone moving around outdoors.
Knowing The 'In's & Out's' Of Exercising In The Texas HeatTemperatures continue to rise across North Texas and on days like today, when temperatures are expected to hit the triple-digits, the heat can take a serious toll on your health.
Heat Exhaustion A Growing Threat For Utility WorkersWhen you have to wear heavy-duty rubber armor on top of two layers of fire resistant clothing, you learn to take the threat of heat exhaustion seriously.
Know The Signs Of Heat Stress & Ways To Keep Yourself SafeWith a Heat Advisory in affect and some of the hottest temperatures so far this year in the forecast for the metroplex, it’s important to know the signs of heat stress and ways to keep yourself safe.
Summer Caution: Heat-Related Illnesses On The RiseFort Worth-based MedStar Mobile Healthcare says it has treated 109 heat illness related patients since June 1.
Meals On Wheels Provides More Than Food During Brutal Summer HeatVolunteers at Tarrant County Meals on Wheels say they see the same scene play itself out almost every summer: an elderly person suffering through unimaginable heat in their home
Heat-Related Calls Down This SummerMedStar says heat-related calls are down 30 percent compared to 2012, but a string of hot days can quickly change that.
Organizations Offer Relief From North Texas HeatThe Tarrant County Health Department is reminding people that summer is not over, and residents should take precautions to keep cool during the hottest months of the year.