Summer Health Hazards: What You Should And Shouldn’t Worry About | Fox News

Should you worry?: Yes. Getting a sunburn is a big deal, especially if the burn blisters. Protect yourself with sunscreen (find the best one for you), stay in the shade during midday http://alexsimringinfo.wikispaces.com/ hours, and wear a wide-brimmed hat. You should also follow these golden rules of sun protection. Health.com: 27 Mistakes Healthy People Make Heat illness Stats: Heat is the top weather-related killer in the United States, accounting for about 700 deaths a year. Risks: Your body cools itself naturally through sweating, but sometimes, that’s not enough. Heat illnessesincluding heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat rash, and heat strokeoccur when a person’s body temperature rises rapidly. Should you worry?: Even the young and healthy can be affected by the heat if they work a strenuous job (like farming or construction) or exercise in hot weather. Pace yourself, drink more water than usual, and limit outdoor activities on the hottest days of the year. West Nile Stats: Between 1999 and 2012, an average of 2,648 West Nile cases were reported to the CDC each year. Risks: In 2013, all 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia had confirmed cases of West Nile, but Midwestern and Southern states had higher rates of incidence.
Summer health hazards: What you should and shouldn’t worry about | Fox News

Opinion: The real gun problem is mental health, not NRA – CNN.com

Connecticut State Police evacuate children from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 14, 2012. Adam Lanza opened fire in the school, killing 20 children and six adults before killing himself. Police say he also shot and killed his mother in her Newtown home.

Adam Lanza opened fire in the school, killing 20 children and six adults before killing himself. Police say he also shot and killed his mother in her Newtown home. James Holmes pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to opening fire July 20, 2012, at the Century Aurora 16 theater in Aurora, Colorado, during the midnight premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises.” Twelve people were killed and dozens were wounded. Holmes is charged with 142 counts, including first-degree murder. His trial is scheduled to begin in February 2014. A military jury convicted Army Maj.
Opinion: The real gun problem is mental health, not NRA – CNN.com

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