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Don't Let Summer Dehydration Get the Best of Your Health!

When the temperatures rise in summer, your body keeps you cool by sweating. Unfortunately, this depletes your body’s stores of water, which your body needs to stay healthy. If you lose too much

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Heat and Humidity Mean Frizz: Here's How to Stop It

Summer is here, and if you live in a place that suffers from high humidity, you’re probably dreading the effect it will have on your hair. Heat and humidity are some of the worst offenders when it

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Food Poisoning Is More Common in Summer: Here's What You Need to Know

When people think about summer and food, outdoor barbecues, picnics and parties are top of mind. But did you know that foodborne illness, or food poisoning, is much more likely to occur in summer?

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Beware Those Sugary Summer Drinks! Try These Healthy Alternatives

As summer temperatures begin to rise and you spend more time outside enjoying the weather, it’s important to remember to hydrate. Between barbeques, parties and picnics, you’re bound to come

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Make Sure You're Protecting Your Scalp Under the Hot Summer Sun!

As the temperatures rise, it’s likely you’ll be spending more and more time outdoors under the hot summer sun. Most people remember to pack a tube of sunscreen for outdoor adventures, and you may

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What You Need to Know About SPF and Sun Damage This Summer

Summer means longer days, higher temperatures and more time spent in the sun. While these can make for great times and lasting memories, they can also lead to a higher risk of sun damage.

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