Monday, July 1, 2019

In this issue: Summer sun smarts, food safety, HPV in men, keys to weight loss and more

Here's how to protect your skin from the summer sun.

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Vol. 20, Issue 53 | July 1, 2019
Sunburn: First aid
Did you know that you can get burned on cloudy days — not just when it's sunny out? The signs of sunburn appear a few hours after sun exposure. Follow these steps to find relief.
Food poisoning: Prevention
You've got charcoal for the grill, but at what temperature should you cook meat? And how do you defrost foods safely? Here's how to make your cookout a healthy one.
What is chikungunya fever, and should I be worried?
Get the facts about this mosquito-borne virus that causes fever and severe joint pain.
HPV infection: A cause of cancer in men?
While the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) is linked to cervical cancer in women, men have different risks.
Weight loss: Better to cut calories or exercise more?
Understand how physical activity and limiting calories help you meet weight-loss goals.
Lifestyle strategies for pain management
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
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Use our Symptom Checker to explore possible causes of your symptoms based upon Mayo Clinic's patient care experience.
Use these simple calculators and self-assessments for personalized health tips.
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Take control of chronic pain
Don't put up with pain for one more day! Get the information you need to help you successfully manage persistent pain. Mayo Clinic Guide to Pain Relief offers the latest treatments and therapies available to help you feel better and live a more active, comfortable life. Take control today! Learn how.
The Mayo Clinic Diet online
Designed to help you lose 6 to 10 pounds in two weeks! Start with a personalized diet profile now.
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Apple-fennel slaw
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Don't let your tots burn
When you head outside for family fun, be sure to protect small children from burns. Keep sunblock handy and protect against other burn hazards:
1. Keep little ones away from grills, fire pits and campfires.
2. Don't let children play with or near fireworks or sparklers.
3. Before heading out, check children's car seats for hot straps or buckles. These can heat up quickly in a car parked in direct sunlight.
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