Summer seemed to come early this year, and the temperatures just keep on climbing.
The heat can be more than annoying, bringing with it the threat of dehydration, heat stroke, heat exhaustion, sunburn, heat rash and more. And, high temperatures can be particularly scary for young children, the elderly, and folks with chronic conditions.
Here is how some of our members are beating the heat:
- Is it safe for infants to have water between feedings during summer? See what our expert, Dr. Sarah DuMond, has to say. (Baby’s First Year message board)
- These families are hot! Are you? What’s the temp where your little ones play? (Parenting 4 & 5-Year-Olds message board)
What’s the temperature like in your neck of the woods? How are you staying cool, hydrated and safe in the summer swelter?