Taking part in sports yield benefits for children including improved physical health and the development of valuable life skills.
A new study put together last month by the Council of Economic Advisers states kids who participate in sports develop better life skills and are more likely to build positive relationships with adults and other kids.
This UV Safety Month serves as a reminder for all Floridians and visitors to protect themselves from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause damage to your skin and cause skin cancer.
There are two common types of skin cancer—basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas—are curable. Melanoma is less common but is more dangerous and can sometimes result in death. These three types of skin cancer are mostly caused by overexposure to UV light.
Go beyond PB&Js and hot dogs while spending time outdoors this summer. Cook your breakfast, lunch and dinner over the open fire and make meals that taste better than anything you could cook at home. Brush up on your fire-building skills and learn how to prepare tasty, healthy foods on an open fire with these delicious recipes.