LANCASTER – With the hazy, hot, and humid days of summer headed our way, it’s important to stay hydrated and be alert to signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Those with heat exhaustion will feel faint or dizzy, have excessive sweating along with cool, pale, and clammy skin. They may experience nausea or vomiting and a rapid, weak pulse. Get the person into an air conditioned area, drink water, and use cold compresses. Persons with heat stroke usually have a throbbing headache with no sweating. They have a body temperature of over 103 and red, hot, and dry skin. They may also experience nausea or vomiting, but have a rapid, strong pulse and may lose consciousness. Call 911 for heat stroke victims and take immediate action to try to cool the person until help arrives.