The risk of dehydration doubles during hot summer days? Stay hydrated to avoid heat-related illnesses.

Sunscreen is not just for the beach! Even on cloudy days, harmful UV rays can penetrate your skin. Always wear sunscreen when outdoors.

Electric fans don't cool the room; they only circulate air. Keep yourself cool with an air conditioner or by seeking shade.

Swallowing pool water can cause recreational water illnesses. Keep your mouth closed while swimming to avoid unnecessary health risks.

Water-related accidents are more likely to occur in natural bodies of water than in pools. Always swim in designated areas and be mindful of currents.

Even if you're not thirsty, drink water regularly to stay hydrated. Thirst is a late sign of dehydration.

Beware of hot playground equipment. Metal slides and swings can reach scorching temperatures under the summer sun, causing burns.

Heatstroke is a medical emergency. If someone experiences high body temperature, confusion, and loss of consciousness, call for immediate medical help.

Keep an eye out for hidden allergens in summer treats like ice cream and frozen desserts. Always check labels for potential allergens before indulging.

In hot weather, parked cars can reach scorching temperatures within minutes. Never leave children or pets unattended in a vehicle.

Don't forget to protect your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays. Wear sunglasses with UV protection to reduce the risk of eye damage.

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