A number of potential threats can sour a trip to the beach without taking proper precautions.
In May, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first medicine that is designed to prevent migraines, which could end up having a largely positive impact on people are susceptible to these severe headaches.
Heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable, but it's critical to know the warning signs and to react swiftly.
There were 493 outbreaks in the United States linked to chlorinated or treated water, according to a CDC report. The CDC provides numerous tips on how to swim healthier this summer.
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.
The return of spring and the influx of allergens that unfold as the weather gets warmer can create many concerns for those who suffer from asthma.
There are more deaths due to flooding than from any other thunderstorm-related hazard and most occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous floodwaters. These drownings are preventable with proper safety precautions.
Though using sunscreen is an important practice all year round, it is especially vital in the summer. Check out the key important factors in using the right sunscreen in the right way.
As summer approaches, sun protection becomes a vital part of daily activity.
Volcanic fog or volcanic smog, also known as vog, has posed significant health threats to residents of Hawaii for years during Kīlauea volcano’s continued activity.
As the summer heat builds and people start to spend more time outdoors, lakes and rivers may still be dangerously cold following the winter months.
With millions of beachgoers flocking to U.S. shorelines every year, the greatest danger most will face is not lurking beneath the waves, but the water itself.
Follow these essential steps to minimize a hurricane’s damage to your property and valuables.
Misconceptions circulating during hurricane season are nothing new. Here are five common beliefs surrounding hurricane preparations that have proven to be false.
Research shows that cooking meat on the grill can put you at a higher risk for cancers, including colorectal, breast, stomach and pancreatic cancers.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, but early detection can make the removal process much less difficult and dangerous.