The summer is finally here! Although many of us like to leisurely spend time in the sun whether it means going for a walk, doing some much needed yard work or gardening, or just enjoying the beautiful outdoors, it is important to be aware about how much sun we get to avoid heat-related illnesses like heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Prevention is the first step in keeping us all healthy through these hot temperatures! To protect your health when temperatures are extremely high, remember to keep cool and follow these tips:
• Drink plenty of fluids Increase your fluid intake regardless of your activity level.
During hot weather, you will need to drink more liquid than your thirst indicates. Drinking plenty of liquids during….