With scorching temperatures in Central New York, health officials say everyone should start taking precautions to beat the heat. Drinking plenty of water, avoiding drinks with caffeine or alcohol, taking breaks, and wearing light colored clothes can help residents avoid becoming sick. Residents should first recognize the signs of staying outside in the heat too long, Onondaga Health Department Spokesperson Melanie Droder warns.
Bryant and Stratton’s “Employability Week” is giving Central New York students a look into the minds of employers and how they can improve their chances of being career-ready upon graduation. The college’s Kristen Aust says many students are interested in…and are preparing to enter the field of medicine and allied health.
She says Syracuse has become a mainstay for several medical and health insurance companies.