During the hot humid summer, everybody changes their lifestyle more or less. Not only the longer daytime, but also the more frequent sunny warm weather give us mood to travel and engage in outdoor activities. In the same time, we buy ice creams from the street stand, eat hotdogs at the baseball games, enjoy BBQ food with family and friends, and grab ice cold cokes under the sun to cool down. For people with Diabetes, do these foods sneak into your already perfect diet and gave you tough time for blood glucose control? Let the juicy and extra nutritious summer vegetables and fruits help you!
Hydration is critical for our body to function well throughout the day, particularly in summer when we are more active and sweat more often.
If you’re like many parents, your child’s summer may already be booked up with “enriching activities.” Maybe you’re shipping him off to a rigorous math or computer camp designed to give him an academic edge.
Keeping Children Sun-Safe This Summer and All Year Long The Skin Cancer Foundation Offers Sun Safety Tips for Kids
With summer under way, children will spend more time outdoors, in backyards and at parks, summer camps, beaches and other vacation destinations. So, it is important to remember that exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is strongly linked to all forms of skin cancer. Luckily, with good sun safety habits including proper clothing and sunscreen, children can enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities without risking their health.
Summer is definitely here and it’s such a wonderful time of the year to spend with family and friends. However with vacations, day trips, summer camps, increased electric and fuel costs and attending weddings and events, the summer can be an expensive time. Here are 6 tips for you to consider trying to save money during the summer.
‘SUMMER SERIES’ KICKOFF: BROOKLINE
This Summer “GET REAL!” with Mildred Wong will be exploring the housing market in some of Boston’s most popular neighborhoods. Each article will highlight its local lifestyle, housing types, buying versus renting, and strength of property investment.