When you're out before sunrise or after sunset, take extra precautions to stay safe when exercising outdoors at night.
Unfortunately, you can't just slap on a little sunscreen and expect to be safe from sunburn. Here's what you need to know.
While many of us will look for stylish sunglasses, making sure they will also protect your eyes from damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays.
How does sunscreen work to keep us from getting sunburned and skin cancer? Here's a look inside the bottle.
Here's a look at the science that goes into determining a sunscreen's SPF - skin protection factor - and how to choose the best one for your needs.
Bugs do more than just bug people - insect stings cause as many as 100 deaths each year. Here's how to avoid and treat insect bites & stings.
Kids and babies are a lot more susceptible to UV damage, meaning that sun protection is more important than we even realized.
Snowy and ice increase the number of sprains and fractures from falls, but there are things you can do to stay safe on icy sidewalks.
While the thought of a bug crawling makes you flinch, most insect bites are harmless and fade on their own. Here's how to avoid these pests and their bites.
Common household products, human foods and plants can be dangerous for pets -- especially dogs, cats and other small animals.
Snakes usually avoid humans, but about 8,000 people suffer from rattlesnake bites in the US each year, with 10 to 15 deaths. Get some prevention tips here.
Venomous snakes in the US include rattlesnakes, copperheads, water moccasins and coral snakes. You should watch out for these venomous snake bite signs.
On a day out by the pool or on the beach, should you use sunscreen for babies?