Dearborn offers resources and cooling centers for relief from excessive heat

File imageDEARBORN — With the extreme temperatures today and this week, the city of Dearborn’s Department of Public Health is providing residents with a series of resources and recommendations amid the extreme heat, including a list of cooling centers that are currently available. There are five cooling center locations across the city, and all locations are open during regular business hours. The locations are:“Summer weather is finally upon us and we want to ensure residents know how to stay cool and safe in these weather conditions,” said Ali Abazeed, Director of Public Health. “We ask our community members to please take all appropriate precautions to stay protected.”Other important tips include:Making sure your home is well insulatedMaking sure your air conditioning is workingCovering your windows with curtainsHaving an emergency kit on handChecking in on vulnerable neighbors or others you may knowFor your own personal safety:Stay hydratedDress in light, loose-fitting clothesAvoid strenuous workSpend time in air-conditioned placesIf you are not feeling well and suspect it may be heat-related, be sure to look for signs of heat exhaustion, heat cramps or heat stroke. Contact a health professional immediately if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:Heat ExhaustionHeavy sweatingPalenessMuscle cramps exhaustionWeaknessDizzinessHeadaches, nauseaFaintingHeat CrampsMuscle PainMuscle SpasmsHeat StrokeExtremely high body temperatureHot dry red skinRapid strong pulseHeadacheNauseaConfusionUnconsciousnessTo see all of the recommendations and resources from DPH, visit: https://www.facebook.com/CityofDearborn/posts/403850131783800

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Check out Metro Detroit girls soccer district scores from Wednesday, May 25

Scores are reported through the MHSAA. To add your missing score, email japurcell@mlive.com or tag @JaredPurcellDET on Twitter with the results. Stats from the game are accepted too. DIVISION 1Berkley 8, Warren Mott 0Canton 8, Westland John Glenn 0Dearborn Heights Crestwood 2, Dearborn Edsel Ford 1Detroit Western 5, Detroit Cass Tech 0Farmington 4, Walled Lake Western 1Farmington Hills Mercy 6, North Farmington 0Fraser 8, Warren Cousino 0Grosse Pointe South 3, Dearborn Fordson 0Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse 3, Port Huron Northern 0Milford 5, Howell 0Monroe 1, Wyandotte Roosevelt 0Novi 7, Southfield Arts & Technology 0Plymouth 4, Livonia Franklin 0Rochester Adams 1, Utica Ford 0Salem 2, Livonia Churchill 0South Lyon 3, Brighton 2Sterling Heights Stevenson 9, Sterling Heights 1Troy 2, Birmingham Groves 0Warren Woods Tower 7, Roseville 0Waterford Mott 6, West Bloomfield 0DIVISION 2Allen Park 5, Southgate Anderson 0Auburn Hills Avondale 1, Holly 0New Boston Huron 2, Gibraltar Carlson 0Riverview 15, River Rouge 0South Lyon East 8, Carleton Airport 0DIVISION 3Algonac 8, St Clair Shores South Lake 0Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard 6, Clawson 3Center Line 8, Warren Fitzgerald 0Dearborn Advanced Tech Academy 4, Dearborn Heights Star International 3Dundee 2, Romulus Summit Academy North 0Grosse Ile 15, Taylor Prep 0DIVISION 4Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 8, Brighton Charyl Stockwell Prep 0Lutheran Westland 2, Riverview Gabriel Richard 0New Haven 6, Capac 1Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 9, Southfield Christian 1

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