Heat Warning for Babies

The dog days of summer can take a toll on us all. But, infants are especially vulnerable in the heat, experts warn. Parents and caregivers are urged to monitor children in strollers, as protective coverings can cause temperatures to soar in small spaces. Dr. Elan Levy, an emergency room physician at Lenox Health Greenwich Village, explains how to detect dehydration and heatstroke in babies.

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