It’s been a tough few days for thousands of people in the Metro area…many still without power after a series of weekend storms. The situation is even more dangerous with the 90 degree temperatures. Dr. Lee Norman, chief medical officer at The University of Kansas Health System, explains in the video why it’s vital to check on neighbors and, if needed, get help in relocating those most vulnerable. He also says keeping hydrated is a life saver. But he explains why some fluids are better than others, pointing out the ones to avoid in the heat and the ones that are best for you.