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What science says about the best ways to cool down

By Chloe Brimicombe, PhD Candidate in Climate Change and Health, University of Reading
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We spend most of the year complaining that Britain is too cold and wet but gripe with just as much enthusiasm about the heat.

Although moaning about the weather is satisfying, it’s better to take action and cool yourself down.

You need to take extra care in the UK when temperatures hit 24℃ as this is when heat illness and deaths start increasing.

Being too hot

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