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Safety tips for traveling and viewing solar eclipse

On August 21, the Great American Solar Eclipse will dominate the skies. For a brief moment, the sun will be totally eclipsed by the moon as both pass over the U.S. To see the total eclipse, you will need to be within 60 - 70 miles of the path. As the sun and moon pass over a certain location, the…

We’ve all been there before. It’s day two of your trip and you have horrible food poisoning. Or you’re lobster red after the first day at the beach. As much as we plan a trip down to the last detail, we must also accept that sometimes things end up going down the tubes. While you can’t always avoid illness or…

We’re at the peak of summer, which means one thing for many of us: relaxing trips to the beach. But as carefree as a day or vacation at the beach might be, it’s still important to take extra safety precautions to ensure a fun time throughout your entire stay. Decrease your chances of summer risks that range from water-related injuries to…

Over 75 million Americans will travel to the beach in 2012 to relax, get a tan and have fun with family and friends. The one thing you cannot forget to pack in your beach bag when heading out is sunscreen.  With so many options currently on the market, how are you supposed to know which sunscreen to purchase? Most people tend to…

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