Summer Health

We spend the entire year longing for summer time, the warmth, the brightness, the tan... So you'd think we'd be more prepared for when it finally arrives. But every year we seem to fall victims of sun burn, bug bites, and dehydration!

We're all so focused on staying healthy over the winter months when viruses are out and about, that we seem to neglect the health concerns that come around when the temperature rises. We've provided some helpful tips and advice to ensure that your summer isn't ruined by burns or bites!

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Sun, Sea & Safety: The Importance of Sun Protection

We Brits get little over excited when the sun comes out and aren’t always prepared for its power. As exciting as it is when the sun makes its long anticipated comeback, there are various safety precautions we should all make to ensure that the sun not only doesn’t ruin our summer, but also doesn’t risk ruining much more.

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UK Insect Bites: Bugs that Bite

Bugs and insects seem to love the summer months as much as we do, and they also love a good nibble on some human flesh. Unfortunately, even the smallest bug bite can impact you enough to ruin your holiday. We want to avoid this. In this article, we’re going to be listing some of the most common bug and insect bites in the UK, as well as some advice if you find you’ve been an insect’s snack!

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Don't Wait. Hydrate!

It’s common knowledge that the human body is predominantly made of water. In fact, it is believed that the average male body is between 60-65% water, from our blood, to our brain, to our bones, so it’s understandable why we need to drink so much water to keep going. However, a lot of of us still don't drink enough water on a daily basis, which can affect out health in the long run!

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Achoo! It's Sneezy Season!

Have you ever found yourself amid a beautiful sunny day, only to have your allergies take over? You may have thoughts along the lines of “Why me?” or “Will this ever stop?”, if so, then you're in the right place.

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