Protecting your kids from heatstroke during summer sports

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ST. LOUIS - Summer is a great time for playing sports, but it also can be dangerously hot. It is important to recognize the signs and know the dangers of heatstroke. Dr. Bo Kennedy, MD, with St. Louis Children's Hospital, talks about how you can keep your kids safe through their summer sports and protect them from heatstroke.

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