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How do you stay cool during the summer months ? Here are some few tips that should help you to stay cool during your summer vacation.
Sharks have been around for 100 million years. When you think of sharks, you think of scary man eating predators, however the biggest sharks only eat plankton! Here are some facts you didn’t know about sharks!
Thinking about taking swimming lessons as an adult? Or looking into lessons for your child? Swimming is a very beneficial skill to have. It’s fun, great exercise and can save your life. Here are 4 reasons you need to learn to swim this summer!
Drowning is the second leading cause of death for people under the age of 14. An estimated 37% of adults do not know how to swim according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Don’t let these statistics scare you from getting into the water. With a few lessons, you will be able to enjoy the water this summer just like everyone else.
Everyone protects their skin when going outside during the summer, but what about your eyes? Eye protection is just as important as skin protection during the summer!
Always wear proper eyewear when outside. Look for sunglasses that are labeled to take in 99 to 100 percent of UV light. Dark lenses do not guarantee UV protection. Sunglasses that wrap around are the best style because they don't allow any sun to hit your eyes.
Choosing which sunscreen to use can be confusing, so how do you know which one works the best for you? Look for a sunscreen that contain broad spectrum protection which effectively protects against both UVA and UVB rays.
Everyone loves the beach but not with a mouth full of salty water and a wicked sunburn. Here are some beach safety tips to make the most out of your day at the beach.
SUNDAY, May 11, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- One in five Americans will develop skin cancer at some point in their lives, making it the most common type of cancer in the nation.
However, skin cancer is also one of the most preventable types of cancer, according to Dr. Mark Lebwhol, professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System in New York City and president-elect of the American Academy of Dermatology.
You see it. You smell it. You slather it on. Sunscreen is all around us during summer, but chances are you don’t know all the facts about everyone’s favorite beach accessory and your skin could be at risk in the sun.