During the long summer days when children are permitted to stay up later and sleep in longer, their school-year sleeping patterns might be thrown out of whack.
Harmful pollutants are not confined to outdoor spaces, and they can be found in homes and offices. However, plants can help to improve indoor air quality and clean the air you and your family breathe.
If you’ve ever wondered why it can sometimes feel stiflingly hot as your clothes quickly dampen on a summer afternoon, humidity is the likely culprit.
As the temperatures rise, so does energy consumption as air conditioners operate to keep homes cool during the sweltering summer heat.
Parents may be unaware that swimming dangers don’t necessarily end once the child leaves the pool.
Floods are a natural and important part of many ecosystems. However, they can significantly impact both people and wildlife, causing damage and even death.
Here are five easy, survival expert-approved ways to prepare a campfire without a lighter or match.
Even though consumer fireworks are as common as cookouts during America's birthday, their use still results in numerous fires and bodily injuries every year.
When lightning strikes, finding the right shelter may not always be easy. Here are the best tips on what to do if stuck outdoors during a thunderstorm.
While it may not be possible to shield your yard and home from mosquitoes completely, there are several techniques that can allow you to reduce their numbers dramatically.
While each tornado is unique, there are similarities that can allow tornadoes to be categorized by size, appearance and how they form.
Pet owners should know the serious health risks that warm-weather activities can pose.
Mosquitoes are attracted to some people more than others, but if you fit their dinner menu, there are a couple of ways to become unappetizing.
Certain medications may make some more susceptible to heat-related illness, but pharmacists say you can counteract these side effects with a few simple choices when you’re in the sun.