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43 summer health dangers you’re probably ignoring

 If you don’t wear sunglasses regularly, you’re putting yourself at an increased risk for cataracts, macular degeneration, and growths on your eye. Photo: Pexels

(Dawn Yanek/ The Healthy) — Summer is generally a low-key time. There’s fresh air and sunshine and it’s usually a time to relax.

But from the dangers of sun exposure to perils at the beach (not to mention the added risk of this year’s Covid-19 pandemic), there are all sorts of hazards that you can face in the year’s warmest months. Here are some often overlooked health dangers in summer.

Don’t dismiss these often overlooked summer dangers. Here’s how to make sure your summer is as safe as it should be. (…)

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