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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Kathleen Weber
"Just like the elderly, kids are more prone to heat-related illness," said Weber, who works with the White Sox and Bulls, along with teenage athletes and kids. "In this really hot weather, with this high humidity, the air vapor level is so high that teenagers often have a difficult time dissipating the heat."
"Despite some media attention and people becoming more aware, there's still some people who are not as proactive about prevention," she said.