Sarah Hanish

Health experts: dry heat easier to deal with than high humidity

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – With record temperatures reaching 100 degrees, it’s important to know the difference between dry and humid heat. According to medical experts, dry heat is usually better even though it can lead to dehydration. It’s also important to stay hydrated and to keep fluids constantly in your body. If you are out in the heat, sweating may…