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As the planet continues to warm, how can we survive a heatwave?

In a heatwave, people are advised to drink even when they don’t feel thirsty to keep hydrated. Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Jack Marley

UK Commissioning Editor, The Conversation

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