Summer Health Survival Guide
How to stay safe and healthy while (still) having fun this summer.
6 Sore-Muscle Soothers
The first sunny day that you bike or turbo-garden, you feel invigorated. The next day? Ouch. Here’s how to treat the ache.
Protect your skin—especially as you start to spend more time outdoors—with these top-notch sunscreens.
Photo: Patricia Heal
For a fast toning regimen, just head to the pool.
Photo: Elinor Carucci
Burned your finger? Hit your head? The first thing you should do when you get hurt.
Photo: Frank Heckers
Baby, it’s hot outside―and inside, too. Here, no-sweat ways to cool off.
Photo: Thayer Allyson Gowdy
The 10 most important items to have in your first-aid kit, according to the American Red Cross.
- Adhesive bandages in a variety of sizes
Related: First Aid Basics: Bandages
- Sterile gauze pads in various sizes and cloth adhesive tape to secure them
- Latex-free disposable gloves, to protect you from bodily fluids or other matter (latex-free material prevents potential allergic reactions)
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