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Beating the heat


Football players spend 12 months a year lifting weights, but all the strength in the world will not protect them against their deadliest enemy -- a searing summer sun. At Carolina, that job belongs to the training staff. Led by Dr. Dan Hooker, the trainers keep a vigil during preseason workouts. "I want to make sure nobody dies of heat stroke," Hooker said. (Chapel Hill News)


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