Summer heat affects mental health, especially vulnerable groups
Toni Waterman

This summer has seen record breaking temperatures across the globe. In some places in the U.S., the heat has hovered above 110 degrees Fahrenheit or 40 degrees Celsius for weeks on end. It’s not just bad for the body. 

Research shows that rising temperatures are bad for the mind with society’s most vulnerable facing the highest risk. 

Toni Waterman reports from Austin, Texas.

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