It might be a myth that you can fry an egg on a hot sidewalk, but it’s a fact that you can burn your skin on one — and seniors and kids are most at-risk. Take these precautions to prevent thermal burns.
Every year, children die after being left in the car on a hot day— even just for a few minutes. There are some misconceptions about this issue. Learn the truth and find practical tips to keep your kids safe.
As the temperatures heat up, it’s important to take care of your yard, and your back.
Riding bikes with your children makes for some great summer fun. But before you hit the road, be sure to learn these important safety tips.
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Mushroom poisoning is real – and it can cause liver failure. Beware of certain types of wild mushrooms that could be dangerous, including the most common, “death cap” mushrooms.
You might associate heat rash with babies. But warmer temps put active kids at a higher risk for developing heat rash, too. Find out what you need to know about preventing and treating heat rash, or “prickly heat” as it’s sometimes called.
Kids are busy at work and play — and sometimes, they don’t want to stop to get a drink. Parents often need to make sure their children drink enough fluids. Here are the best and worst beverages for your child’s health.
When you want to avoid mosquitoes, you apply a bug repellent. But other products you put on your body actually may be attracting these pesky blood-suckers.
Hot summer days can be dangerous for older adults. If this is you, you’re at higher risk than others for dehydration and heat exhaustion when heat and humidity climb.
Roller coasters and other rides can lead to back and neck pain, especially for people with a history of disc problems, arthritis or muscle spasms. Planning ahead and caring for yourself afterward can minimize discomfort.