By Steve Newborn In 1995, a heat wave killed more than 700 people in Chicago. It affected mostly elderly, African-American women who lived on their own. A report released this week shows climate change could mean a lot more days of extreme heat for Florida and Tampa Bay, and with it, the likelihood residents will be exposed to significant health risks.
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