The summer heat is here! Be cautious in the heat. Stay in the shade and limit your time outdoors. How do I know if I am hydrated? What do I look for? Keep in mind the very first step towards dehydration is that you are thirsty. We know headaches, going from sweating to dry skin, red hot skin, and confusion are signs of trouble. But listen to your body early. Despite being a runner, biker, or hiker, you can suffer severe consequences if you do not heed warning signs. Keep your health in mind first and use appropriate timing for your outdoor activities. This may be a big change for active young adults and adolescents. Here is a chart to help you identify heat stroke. Please share with friends and family.