Hot weather can be fun for both people and pets, but because of the heat, you need to take precautions. Here's how to keep your pets safe in the summer.
Does air pollution or hot weather trigger headaches? Researchers wanted to find out.
Don't get burned twice! Some sunburn products may do more harm than good. Here are some tips for sunburn relief to help you keep your cool this summer.
When it's over 100 degrees outside, is it finally hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk?
Nice weather brings many opportunities for fun and learning through water play.
Thanksgiving is a dangerous day of the year for cooking injuries - so do you know what to do if your deep fried turkey burns you with boiling oil?
When it comes to heat exhaustion and heat stroke, what signs or symptoms should you look for, and how do you prevent them?
Air conditioning is one of those modern conveniences we much about - until we don’t have one or it breaks. How do air conditioners work?
A beauty expert offers some cool summer beauty tips that will keep you looking your best throughout the hottest part of the year.
Trying to keep makeup from melting off your face during the long hot days of summer can be frustrating. Here are some tips to help you stay cool.
It sounds like the stuff of sci-fi TV: the creation of a material that doesn't just redirect excess heat, but redirects that heat into space.
Just how hot is hot? Here's a handy chart to help you convert cooking temperatures between Farenheit, degrees centigrade/Celsius or gas mark equivalents,
Peppers come in all shapes, colors, and sizes, each having their own flavor characteristics. So just how spicy are the different kids of hot peppers?
Does your sunscreen have you covered? You're just wasting your money - and risking your skin's health - unless you're applying it the right way.
What's the big deal about kids in hot cars? Cars heat up quickly, making heatstroke the #1 cause of non-crash-related fatalities for children 14 and under.
A burn is a type of tissue damage, and the most common burns are those caused by scalds, fires and flammable liquids & gases. Here are some burn basics.
Here's a brief overview of the differences between first, second and third degree burns, including the various symptoms that may be experienced, and typical treatments.
You may wonder if you've been drinking enough water, especially when it's hot out.