13 Year Old Son of English Teacher Dead in Korean Sauna
As you may be aware, Korean public bathhouses are quite common throughout the country. Scorching temperatures that leave the body refreshed and felling like new can also be dangerous and even deadly as Stephanie White has come to understand. The family not only felt the loss of their child, but were soon informed more could have been done to prevent the death. High water temperatures are not recommended for prolonged exposure, especially for younger children. Before submersing yourself in Korean bath houses or saunas, make sure that you have plenty of water and avoid staying fully submersed for too long. Early symptoms of heat exhaustion include drowsiness, headaches, and nausea.
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