With summer fast approaching, and my mind on my upcoming beach vacation, I thought it was really appropriate to highlight some important safety tips from NOAA this week.
Check water conditions before going in by looking at the local beach forecast before you leave for the beach and talking to the lifeguard at the beach.
Only swim at a beach with lifeguards. The chances of drowning at a beach with lifeguards are 1 in 18 million (U.S. Lifesaving Association).
Don’t assume! Great weather for the beach does not always mean it’s safe to swim or even play in the shallows. Rip currents often form on calm, sunny days.
For more info check out http://www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov/
Be Well. – Rose
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May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month!
Unfortunately these diseases are very common. In fact Asthma affects 24 million Americans, and more than 50 million Americans have all types of allergies – pollen, skin, latex and more.
While there is no cure for asthma and allergies, many related deaths are preventable with proper treatment and care. So today’s topic is being proactive about your allergies.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and Teva Respiratory teamed up to do a fun website which includes a lot of useful information on how to get ahead of your allergies. And to help you along they are also giving away a Dyson vacuum. Check if out at http://www.allergiesarentfunny.com/
Be Well. – Rose
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