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Hot weather can be very dangerous to seniors putting them at risk for heat stroke or heat exhaustion. According to a recent University of Chicago Medical Center study found that 40% of heat-related fatalities in the U.S. were among people over 65.

Seniors are at risk due to their inability to notice changes in their body temperatures, underlying health conditions and medications.

Keep it safe in the hot weather following these tips:

  • Drink Plenty of Liquids to avoid dehydration. Even if you are not thirsty, be sure to drink plenty of water. Avoid alcohol and caffeinated beverages.
  • Dress for the weather, don’t over dress. Try to wear light colored, lightweight and loose fitting clothing when out in the heat. Wear a wide-brimmed hat when out in the sun.
  • During the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. try to stay indoors. This is the hottest part of the day. Try to do your errands during the cooler parts of the day to avoid the heat.
  • Avoid exercise and strenuous outdoor activities- take it easy in the heat.
  • Watch the news or listen to the radio for the heat index when planning outside activities. If the heat index is high, stay inside. High humidity adds moisture to the air which can impair your body’s ability to cool itself.
  • Stay in an air conditioned environment. If you do not have air conditioning in your home you may want to visit the mall, library or movie theater during the hottest parts of the day to avoid the heat.

Know the warning sigs of heat related illness and seek medical attention if you have any of the following:

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Check out the upcoming events at Chesapeake Shores for July 2014: Click here to view the Chesapeake Shores July 2014 Calendar


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Check out the upcoming events at Chesapeake Shores for June 2014: Click here to view the Chesapeake Shores June 2014 Calendar

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The weather is warming up and most of us are spending more time outside.  We are working out in yard or sitting on the sidelines of ball field, not realizing the damage the sun is doing to our skin.  Although temperatures may not be that hot yet, we are still at risk for sunburn. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation (www.skincancerfoundation.org), in children even one blistering burn may double their lifetime risk of melanoma, a serious skin cancer.

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Bryant Dent was born and raised in Mechanicsville, Maryland. He lived and grew up with his mother, grandmother, and grandfather. He enjoyed playing basketball and riding his bike as a child. When he was younger, Bryant also collected all kinds of shoes (he loved shoes). He greatly enjoyed  spending time with his family and attending church. Bryant is a die-hard Redskins fan who enjoys watching movies and listening to R&B and rock music. His parents and half-brother have since passed, so Bryant has become like family here at Chesapeake Shores. He greatly appreciates the friends he has, including Dawn and Sherrie, and those that have become family like Kevin and Kathleen. He is also very close with many of the church groups that come in to visit. Bryant says he loves all the nice staff as well as everyone who comes to visit with him. Bryant was elected Resident of the Month during resident council. Please congratulate Bryant for being our council elected April Resident of the Month.

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Joe Sullivan was born on November 20th in Southern Maryland. He grew up in the area and attended local public schools. He was very pleased to hear that he won stakeholder of the month. Joe says that he enjoys working with us here at Chesapeake Shores and being able to spend time with the community here. In his free time he enjoys spending it with his four children, Jacob, Kyle, Joseph, and Angel. He also enjoys four wheeling, fishing and boating and hanging out with friends. Joe was elected stakeholder of the month during resident council. Please congratulate Joe for being our council elected April Stakeholder of the Month.

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