The Memphis heat and humidity are here and it doesn’t take much to get overheated.
READ MORE: fox13.tv/3h3Aups
ABOUT FOX13 News:
FOX13 Memphis is your source for breaking news, weather and investigative coverage in the Mid-South. The local FOX affiliate is owned by Atlanta-based Cox Media Group.
CONNECT WITH FOX13 News:
Visit the FOX13 News WEBSITE: http://www.fox13memphis.com/
Download our FREE apps: https://fox13.tv/2SEjtIN
Like FOX13 News on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/fox13news.myfoxmemphis/
Follow FOX13 News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FOX13Memphis
Subscribe on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MemphisFOX13
More info on Watch:Doctors concerned heat could have negative impact on COVID-19 symptoms
Josh Robbins: Mo Bamba has left the NBA bubble, Magic o…
Mo Bamba has left the NBA bubble, Magic officials said, in order to undergo what the team is calling a “comprehensive post-coronavirus evaluation” on the advice of Magic ...
Hidden dangers of COVID-19 are real for both professional and college athletes
After N.C. State's first football practice of the season Tuesday, coach Dave Doeren told reporters that although he is concerned about coronavirus this fall, he's more worried about other ...
Hidden dangers of COVID-19 are real for both professional and college athletes | Charlotte Observer
Doeren’s comments echoed a fairly wide-held belief that young, healthy athletes who contract coronavirus probably won’t be off the sideline for long. “I don’t mean this in a way that I am not ...
How to Understand COVID-19 Numbers
When the pandemic first began, some had hoped that there’d be a lull during the summer, with the heat knocking ... not show any symptoms or have such mild symptoms that it would never have occurred to ...
Doctors concerned heat could have negative impact on COVID-19 symptoms
Doctors initially thought the heat could have a positive impact on COVID-19 but now say they’re concerned it could have a negative impact. “If you get overheated, you get dehydrated ...
7 myths are fueling new COVID-19 surges. Avoiding these will help save lives and the economy
There was a lot of talk of how the heat ... do have symptoms might not have a fever. In fact, many older adults — the age group most likely to suffer severe complications from COVID-19 ...