Staying Healthy At A Summer BBQ Part 2

June 21, 2018 1:35 am Published by

Earlier this week we discussed how you can stay healthy at a summer bbq through the things you consume, like fully cooked food, water, alcohol, and some summer salads. If you are celebrating summer at a bbq here are some ways you can stay safe through you environment.

  1. Poison ivy is no doubt extremely uncomfortable for those who come in contact with its oils. Know what poison ivy, sumac, and oak look like so you can stay healthy.
  2. Bounce houses are a lot of fun, but they can be a place for unwanted injuries. Make sure you are following all safety precautions.
  3. Wear sunscreen and reapply as needed.
  4. Be mindful of a nervous dog that might bite. Dogs can get territorial at their home, make sure you avoid a dog bite.

The healthcare providers at Stony Creek Urgent Care Center are available in two New Haven County locations: Branford and Orange. We are available to help get you back on your feet and feeling better.