Health Ministry: Keep cool over next few days

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZCOVICH
June 20, 2010 14:49

 
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The next few days will be scorchers around the country, said the Health Ministry Sunday, recommending that Israelis keep cool and avoiding heat prostration.

Everyone, especially the elderly, chronically ill, children and pregnant women, should try to stay in a cool place and drink a lot of water, avoid any unnecessary physical exertion, the ministry said.


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