Due to COVID-19, the July 4 holiday is likely going to look different this year with more Americans celebrating indoors.
However, if you do plan on spending some socially distanced time outside this weekend, check out these tips from Baylor College of Medicine experts on how to stay safe and hydrated in the heat.
Protect your eyes
Do your sunglasses provide adequate UV protection? Dr. Elizabeth Baze says taking precautionary measures to protect your eyes during the summer will help prevent long-term damage to eyesight.
Dr. Irvin Sulapas shares tips to make sure you don’t become dehydrated while spending time outdoors.
Know the signs of heat exhaustion