Articles About Summer

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    JUN 07, 2018

    Your checklist for safe summer fun in Georgia

    Georgia offers something for everyone in the summer — from hiking trails to beaches, and small-town charm to tourist-packed cities. But with any adventure, there comes a certain level of risk. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSGeorgiaSafetySummer

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    JUN 07, 2018

    Enjoy the sun without getting burned in the Mid-Atlantic States

    There are plenty of long, lazy summer days left to enjoy — which means more time to explore the Mid-Atlantic States’ beautiful parks, beaches, and hiking trails. No matter where your adventures take you, it’s important to protect yourself and your family from the sun’s harmful rays. A little prevention now can save you the pain of a sunburn — and help protect you from the early signs of aging and skin cancer. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSMid-Atlantic StatesSummerSun safetysunscreen

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    JUN 08, 2017

    Your healthy vacation how-to list

    Summer brings opportunities to revisit old haunts and explore new territories. To relax and fully enjoy your vacation, it helps to know that you’re prepared for anything. Planning ahead with a health care checklist will help ensure a safe and healthy trip for you and your loved ones. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSaway from homeChecklistSummertravel

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    MAY 17, 2017

    Exercise safely in the Georgia summer heat

    During a Georgia summer, daily temperatures tend to average in the 90s. And the region’s high humidity makes it harder for the body to cope with intense heat. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSexerciseGeorgiaintense heatSummer

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    APR 05, 2016

    How to keep kids safe outdoors this summer

    Get the facts on summertime safety ... Learn more >

    TOPICSheatoutdoorsSafetySummer

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    MAY 18, 2015

    Protecting your skin from the sun

    Most skin cancer can be prevented. Use the following tips to protect your skin from the sun. You may decrease your chances of developing skin cancer and help prevent wrinkles.   Although people with darker skin don’t sunburn as easily, they can still get skin cancer. So it’s important to use sun protection, no matter what your skin color is.   Avoid sun exposure The best way... Learn more >

    TOPICSpreventionSafetySummerSun safety