summer health

Keep the warm season alive.
Don't fall for these hydration myths.
While a few hot days might not seem like a big deal, it can have serious consequences if you're not careful. ABC News points out that around 3,000 Americans died between 2006 and 2010 from heat-related illness. As always, check on your elderly neighbors and grandparents - it's not only a good deed, but a good way to stay in the AC.
You're probably already familiar with head lice (whether you've had it yourself, or know someone who has). But have you heard of sea lice? If you've got any beach plans this summer -- particularly in Florida or elsewhere in the Gulf of Mexico or the Caribbean -- listen up.
Look, we all want healthy bones and a better mood. But they shouldn't come at the cost of healthy skin.
These seasonal changes in gene activity also seem to affect people's immune cells and the composition of their blood, the
"The indoor section of an air conditioning unit creates condensation all summer long when the air conditioning unit runs
And all this time we've been blaming chlorine! It should be known the famed cleanser initially gained favor because of its