Summer may be close to being over, but it is still important to look out for your health when it comes to doing outdoor activities in the sun. Tonight, Bev talks to health expert, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, who gives health tips on how to handle the sun and the dangerous heat. Click below to hear more.

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Comments (3)
  1. Sarah says:

    Nothing wrong with getting some sun on our heads and body…There is nothing dangerous about being in the sun, our ancestors was able to survive working from can’t see to can’t see without using all these sunblocks or air conditioning…I would say use a hat if you want to and drink plenty of water to hydrate our bodies…Our skins and hair has always been our protector from the dangerous UV rays, but I would not use any of these over the counter creams on my skin…

  2. Dr. Dalton-Smith says:

    You are so right Sarah. A limited amount of sunlight is benefical for our bodies because it helps make vitamin D. For those who do not want to use sunscreen, they can always use hats or an umbrella to protect their skin.

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