Do you know the signs of heat stroke?

As temperatures continue to rise, so do the risks of coming down with heat stroke or exhaustion. Heat related illness can lead to permanent damage, even death if untreated.

Record heat raises risk of heatstroke

With temperatures shooting up to 110 degrees and smashing heat records in parts of Washington state. people are at increased risk of suffering from heatstroke -- the most serious of heat-related illnesses. 

Hydrating for Hoopfest

We are keeping our fingers crossed that it isn't too hot this weekend at Hoopfest. Even if it is cooler, it is important to hydrate for your time on the court in the sun as any time you are in the direct sunlight, you are susceptible to heat illness.