Difference between Heat Stroke and Heat Exhaustion?

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Heat exhaustion occurs when a person is exposed to high temperatures and becomes dehydrated and overheated. The body temperature does not rise above 104 F. The difference between heat stroke and heat exhaustion is that in a heat stroke, the body temperature rises to 105 F or greater. At this temperature, brain damage or organ damage can occur.
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