Help Local Restaurants and Healtcare workers weather the pandemic
Healthcare workers are facing an unprecedented crisis, and they deserve all the support and appreciation that we in the community can give them. COVID-Meals facilitates delivery of quality meals from local restaurants to healthcare facilities.
10 Statistics That Show How Social Media is Changing Healtcare
Everyone you know has a social media profile: Your friends, your grandma, even your dog has a social following. But what about your medical practice?
Florida Travel: A Guide to Flagler Beach Restaurants
Flagler Beach, known for its beautiful coastline and great surfing, is making waves in the culinary world. Locally-owned restaurants, like the Island Grille,...
Warm weather fitness tips
Aug. 26, 2018—Sure, it's almost September, but it still feels like summer out there. And when the heat is on, you need to be careful how you get a move on Exercising outside in summer, especially when it's hot and humid, increases your risk for heat-related illnesses, like heat exhaustion or heatstroke. You also run the risk of too much sun exposure. Does this mean you can't exercise on hot days? Not necessarily. But you should take precautions. For starters, try exercising early…
How this Wacky Weather Helps Your Compost Bin
Children Learn about Weather and Climate
The most recent module introduces children to climate, weather, and climate change. The curriculum is designed so that in addition to meteorology and climatology, tribal members and elders can teach Cherokee traditions and traditional knowledge. The module also integrates the Cherokee language into a number of activities The climate-weather module is currently being tested by children and youth at the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian’s Snowbird…
100 Years Since the Flu Pandemic
MedExpress helps you learn more about the last 100 years of the flu, including how it’s evolved and how it’s treated.
How Weather Affects Asthma
Weather conditions can trigger asthma symptoms. Learn why weather extremes and even thunderstorms can be an asthma trigger and how to control your condition.
Common Sense Hot Weather Advice
Wear well-ventilated shoes and socks Wear a wide-brimmed hat. Family Members Older family members are more susceptible to heat, so even if you’re ok, make sure to check on your elderly family members as well. HOT CARS – Cars get extremely hot really quick during the summer months, so don’t forget about your kids and make sure you don’t leave them in a hot car. It seems common sense, yet year after year children are left in cars for hours and the outcomes…
Exercise tips for hot weather
The good news is, you don’t have to worry about slipping on the ice! The not so great news, it’s HOT! Its been a while since we reviewed how to exercise when it is hot and humid. This…
Weather Watch, Flood Tips and an All-Inclusive App
Monday, June 15, 2015 — As many parts of the country face severe thunderstorms and flash flooding forecasted for this week, the American Red Cross has safety tips and a wealth of information available in the Red Cross Emergency app In particular, heavy precipitation and possible flash flooding could affect those living in the Southern Plains to the Ohio Valley and parts of Texas today and…
Hot Weather Training Tips
The staff at the Runners Forum train year round! When the temperature rises, follow these tips to adapt and enjoy outdoor activities!
How to Prepare for Inclement Weather
A storm is brewing. Are you ready? Even if you’re reading this when the skies are sunny and blue, chances are, sooner or later, you’re going to be confronted with inclement weather. Maybe you live in a part of the country that’s visited by hurricanes or tornadoes. Perhaps you live in a snowbelt. If you’re in
Cold Weather Tips
When the temperature takes a nose dive, water in your pipes can freeze, causing them to burst.
Cold weather safety tips
Cheryl Skjolaas talks about tips for staying safe on the job as the weather gets colder.
How Tomatomania can help your garden output during extreme weather
Last summer’s searing heatwave may have destroyed the promise of plump, juicy tomatoes, but this season looks promising thanks to an especially wet winter.
Hot Weather Tips for Keeping Cool
Tips Drink plenty of fluids (non-alcoholic), even if you’re not thirsty. Wear light-weight, loose-fitting clothing. Stay cool by staying indoors during the hottest parts of the day. Schedule outdoor activities carefully and wear sunscreen. If you exercise outdoors, go in the morning or evening hours. Eat light, regular meals — avoid hot foods and heavy meals. …
How to Take Care of Your Skin in Cold Weather
The cold weather is particularly harsh on skin. As the temperatures drop, so do humidity levels, which often leads to dry, itchy skin. There are several easy steps to reduce the impact of cold weather and to keep skin...
How to Dress for Exercising in Cold Weather
Are you prepared for exercising in cold weather? Read our article from UPMC Sports Medicine to learn how to dress for the winter elements.
Weather-Related Health and Safety Tips
Weather in Wisconsin is generally enjoyable, although there are extreme situations that can potentially be dangerous. There are precautions we can all take to stay safe.
How Does Cold Weather Affect Your Heart?
Did you know cold weather can affect your heart? People with cardiovascular disease should be especially mindful of heart health during the winter.