Aah, the glories of summer . . . more daylight, flowers, no snow and ice, open windows . . . just what we were dreaming of last March. Unfortunately, what we didn’t bargain for was waking up to find the temperature is already 86 degrees and climbing along with 75 percent humidity.
While some people love the heat and humidity of August (I certainly do), others don’t. But, even those who enjoy hot and humid weather need to remember to hydrate. When temperatures soar, our bodies lose hydration more rapidly than on cooler, less humid days. This can be a time to be more conscious about what we ingest.Read More