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En español l Cell-repairing veggies such as tomatoes and broccoli "can help counteract the effects of ultraviolet rays" on your skin, says dermatologist Ava Shamban, author of Heal Your Skin.
Try suspension or resistance training, which uses your body weight to build strength, balance and flexibility. Find the gear at a health club, or anchor straps to a door (or a tree branch) for a DIY gym.
Summer's fresh fruits make this the perfect season to cut back on unhealthy levels of sugar.
New medical residents start to manage cases in July. Postpone elective procedures till fall to let the newbies get their bearings.
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Parasols are making a comeback, this time with added UV protection. And even a regular umbrella can block more than 75 percent of UV light.
Mosquitoes are drawn to the carbon dioxide in your breath. To deflect them, create a patio breeze with an electric fan.
Splurge on chic shades — and buy tinted cheaters for poolside reading. Look for a label that says "UV400" or "100% UV Protection."
Herbs such as dill, cilantro and mint, and flowers like zinnias and cosmos, keep garden pests at bay, says Baltimore garden consultant Chrissa Carlson.
Piña coladas are delightful, but pursing your lips too often as you sip can exaggerate fine pucker lines.
Toss togs into the dryer for 15 minutes before washing. Water doesn't zap ticks; high heat does.
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