A severe sunburn can cause major health problems and even lasting damage. A dermatologist explains the difference between a sunburn you can treat at home and one that requires medical attention.
A sunburn, or even sun poisoning, can sneak up on you during a hot, sunny day. You can typically treat both at home, but one might require medical care.
Wondering why you feel a little off in the summer? It could be a sign of seasonal affective disorder during the warm months. Here’s how to identify your symptoms and tips on how to work through them.
Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are serious illnesses that can be deadly. It’s important to spot the signs and prevent serious heat illness.
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You swear you’re drinking enough water throughout the day. But you may still feel dehydrated. A variety of factors might make it necessary to increase your fluid intake.
Wearing a cloth mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when it’s hot outside can feel stuffy and humid, but experts say it’s generally not dangerous to your health. Here’s how to stay cool and safe.
Heat illness can range from mild cramps to life-threatening problems. Learn when and how you can exercise in the heat and when you should take it inside.