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Health Insight Summer Holidays
Summer means lots of outdoor activities and fun. However, it also means more chance for injuries and danger from outdoor sports, insects or too much sun or heat. Read more about it in our Health Insight.
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Summer Fun, Summer Health
| | Have a Happy and Safe July 4th
Each year, especially during the early summer weeks around the Fourth of July, thousands of people are treated in emergency rooms for fireworks-related injuries. Learn how to stay safe while having fun on the Fourth.
| | Give Your Kids a Safe Summer
Summer brings warm, longer days and plenty of time outdoors. To help keep your children safe this summer, follow these tips, adapted from recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
| | Beat the Heat -- Stay Hydrated!
Hot weather will be here soon. Along with trying to stay cool, you need to be sure you drink enough fluids. People often blame the heat when they start to get headaches, light-headedness and fatigue. These are often the first signs of dehydration, even if you are not thirsty.
| | Happy Trails: Safe, Healthy Travel With Kids
To have the safest and healthiest trip possible with your children, keep in mind these travel tips.
| | Sun-Damaged Skin
Although most people love the warmth and light of the sun, too much sun exposure can significantly damage human skin.
| | Protecting Your Skin
Learn about the best type of sun protection for your skin type.
| | Home-Grown and Healthful
Fill your family's plates with bounty from the garden.
| | Make a Better Burger
Learn how to reduce the fat and grill safely.
| | Ensuring Happy Campers
Keeping your children busy during the summer can be challenging. One great activity that also can help children mature socially, emotionally, and physically is summer camp.
| | Avoid Harm from the Heat
More than 200 Americans die each year from eat-related illness. Learn how to prevent dangerous overheating.
| | Keep the Bugs at Bay
They're annoying and sometimes cause illness. A Harvard doctor offers advice on insect repellents.
| | The Real Dangers of Lightning
Advice abounds about how to avoid injury from lightning during a storm, but much of what you hear may not be reliable.
| | Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is an infection caused by bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi
. These bacteria are transmitted through the bites of ticks, primarily the deer tick.
| | Motion Sickness
If sailing makes you queasy, you're not alone. Motion sickness, whether on boats or in planes, cars or amusement rides, can strike anyone.
| | Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis)
Hay fever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is an allergy-related inflammation of the nasal passages, throat and eye membrane (conjunctiva), caused by sensitivity to airborne pollens and molds.
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