Staying Healthy At A Summer BBQ Part 2June 21, 2018 1:35 am
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.
- 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.
- Bounce houses are a lot of fun, but they can be a place for unwanted injuries. Make sure you are following all safety precautions.
- Wear sunscreen and reapply as needed.
- Be mindful of a nervous dog that might bite. Dogs can get territorial at their home, make sure you avoid a dog bite.
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