Everyone loves and enjoy the summer time.However, is also the season for some diseases and we need to take care of ourselves and our children.
How to avoid them:
1.Diarrhea & Vomiting: Be cautious of street foods. Eat healthy, fresh and nutritious foods. Remember that during summer, foods spoils faster because of the temperature.
2.Sore Eyes: Sore eyes can be easily spread from person to person. Wash your hand frequently and thoroughly with soap and water.
3.Sunburn: With too much heat during this season, sunburn is rampant on these days.Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before sun exposure. Outdoor activities must be done early in the morning. Wear clothing that can protect your skin
4.Rabies: Dog bites can lead to rabies if wounds are not washed and cared for properly. Make sure your pet dogs are vaccinated against rabies.
5.Colds And Cough: coughs and colds can easily spread during the summer months. Wash your hands often with water and soap. Drink eight to 12 glasses of water a day. And stay home if you feel sick.
6.Skin Diseases: are most common during the summer, especially in areas where water becomes scarce. Bathe daily and practice proper hygiene. Take a shower before and after plunging into the pool.
Beware, and have a healthy summer!
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Female 🐾 Lulu is 9 weeks old, super adorabl and very playful...but he most favorite thing on earth...is to be held and cuddled 😍 Charming baby, massive, large with elegant breed.
Affectionate, playful little lump, waiting for a new family. Shots by age and microchip. Please direct me with any questions 📩
For those of you who may not have known Louis Petitbon, he works for Intracoastal Parking and was one of our most well-known valet professionals as he grew up in the area and went to school just down the street. On Friday July 13th, Louie’s life would change forever. While visiting friends in North Carolina, Louis and his friend were in a horrible dune buggy accident. Unfortunately his friend did not survive but by some miracle Louie was found in time by a friend who happened to be a nurse.
Louie sustained facial fractures, fractured vertebrae, broken ribs, collapsed lungs, bruising, gash in his head, amongst other injuries. Louie just got his breathing tube removed today. Doctors told his mother, Carol, that he has a long road of recovery ahead of him. Carol is staying at a hotel and by Louie’s side. At this point the family is unsure when they will be able to bring Louie home to continue his recovery and they need all the support we are able to give them. Any amount helps. Please share! The family thanks you from the bottom of their hearts!
Hump day plans ✅ TOMORROW Lyrics Lab ALL Arts Open Mic is BACK...but at a new location for the next 3 sessions! The #Historic @aliartspompano will be hosting #LyricsLab
Same Time...New Place!
353 Dr Martin Luther King Boulevard
Pompano Beach, Florida 33060 👆🏼
$10 at the door $5 for artists
Full Bar 🍹🍻🥂🍷🍸
Come hang out, sign up, show us what ya got!! 🎉
What a lovely Tuesday! Sea turtles are nesting and nests are hatching ☺️ •
Pompano beach had its 100th nest hatch out recently! Unfortunately, a good portion of the hatchlings crawled the wrong way 😞 >> this is called a “disorientation” << The main cause of disorientations in hatchlings, as well as nesting sea turtles, is light pollution. •
When the hatchlings first crawl out of the egg chamber, their first instinct is to head towards the brightest horizon. Naturally, this would be the ocean 🌊, however, some beaches have heavy artificial lighting, such as streets lights, bars, car headlights, houses, condos, etc... >> This light pollution creates a very bright artificial light attraction for new born hatchlings, causing them to crawl in the wrong direction, a.k.a. become disoriented and crawl away from the ocean.. You can see a prime example of this in the last photo << That is why it is very important to reduce your artificial lighting during nesting and hatching season! #SeaTurtlesDigTheDark •