In this post I’ll share some resources on staying safe and healthy this summer.
Check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, website for advice and possible medical restrictions on travel, particularly if travelling outside the United States.
This information is current as of the publication date; it is general medical information that helps doctors and patients make decisions about what is right for them. Medical recommendations and practice changes as we learn new things. Discuss with your physician or appropriate healthcare provider .
Summer often means travel, and no one wants their vacation spoiled by getting sick. So here is some helpful advice from the New York Times health blog on how to avoid illness, especially if travelling abroad.
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Two pediatricians at Two Peds in a Pod explain how to use sunscreen to prevent sunburn
In another New York Times article , health writer Jane Brody explains how much water we need to drink to stay hydrated; it may not be what you think.
Why not commit to giving up tobacco use this summer? Here are
And summer is a great time to catch up on some useful reading.
exploring the HEART of a healthy summer
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