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Dr. David Samadi spoke with Good Day New York about the dangers associated with heat waves

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Good Day New York at Fox News interviews Dr. Samadi, vice chairman of urology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, about the heat waves and how they may lead to hyperthermia. Dr. Samadi discusses symptoms and prevention techniques to avoid organ damage.

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