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“That's why the National Athletic Trainers Association issued an inter-association consensus statement in 2009 with recommendations on how to acclimatize to hot-weather activity gradually over 14 days.”
“Thompson says all athletes at Princeton are tested to see if they carry the trait and those who do bear more watching during hot-weather activity.”
“Actor Bob Balaban, whose uncles were the Balabans of the famed Balaban & Katz theater chain that brought lavish movie palaces to the Midwest, tells of the hot-weather problems.”
“Gazpacho is a great hot-weather soup because it uses lots of fresh veggies and is very refreshing.”
“I love the changing scenery: from the eucalyptus standing in rows between the field and the stands of pine to the more tropical profusion as you descend, the bananas and bamboo, to the plane trees (or whatever they are) under which the long-eared, humped-back hot-weather cattle lie ruminant.”
“The hot-weather hydration advice from our in-house health experts calls for plain old H20: Drink two to three cups of water two to three hours before you exercise and smaller amounts during the workout. —”
“Why it works: By dressing up hot-weather staples with carefully chosen accessories, Park pulls off casual comfort without sacrificing style.”
“This light and tangy concoction makes a great hot-weather antidote, and the zesty citrus seems to work magically to lower body temperatures in an instant.”
“There are development vehicles running, we're doing cold - and hot-weather testing and we're moving ahead with it aggressively," she said, declining to say which brand name it will carry.”
“It's not that I have anything against hand-me-downs; far from it -- I'm wearing a second hand shirt and pants at this very moment, having filled our suitcases with hot-weather travel clothes from thrift stores before we launched ourselves across the equator.”
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