With summer finally here, we are so excited to enjoy all those outdoor adventures, but as temperatures increase, so does your chances of heat exhaustion and other heat related illnesses. One of the leading causes for these dangerous conditions? Dehydration. Dehydration, which is a depletion of fluids and/or electrolytes in the body, when coupled with
Summer is finally here. Summer brings the opportunity for outdoor adventures, but also an extreme heat. Despite the fact that heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable, each year about 658 people succumb to extreme heat, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most of these heat-related illnesses occur during May through September with
May is finally here and for many of us, this is the start of summer break, vacations, travel and warmer weather. We have just worked all winter long to maintain that rockin body in preparation for swimsuit season, but vacations can make it difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Vacation is a time to relax
Summer is finally here, which means warm weather, vacations, and time with family and friends. What better way to celebrate the season than with a bucket list? We all tend to do the same activities over summer break and follow the same routines, so why not try something new this summer and make some memories!
The summer season is finally here, which means extreme heat these next few months. With rising temperatures, the risk of dehydration and other heat related health problems increases. Studies have shown that Americans consume far below the recommended daily minimum. Nearly 75 percent of Americans drinks less than the recommended 10 cups of water. As