States Seek to Protect Student Athletes From Heat Stroke, Other Maladies
from Seacoast Online
When Georgia public high schools were asked several years ago to devise a policy to govern sports activities during periods of high heat and humidity, one school's proposal stood out: It pledged to scale back workouts when the heat index reached 140. Those who understood the heat index, the combined effects of air temperature and humidity, weren't sure whether to be appalled or amused.
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