The monthly climate report from NOAA shows that July is indeed the hottest month in history. The experts said that drought and fire clouds brought by climate change will constantly occur in future summers.
Summertime can be a challenging time for healthcare professionals this year as they put on full PPE to protect themselves against COVID-19. Here are some tips to keep cool this summer underneath all the protective gear.
The Maldives is now open for international tourists post-COVID-19. The famous summer destination claims to be 'virus safe,' but here are a few guidelines to keep in mind before hitting its pristine beaches.
The summer vacation season is finally here and many schools are now out for the season or about to get out. Pools are opening and beaches are gearing up for a season of sun bathers, kids and adults that are looking to enjoy a cool dip in the pool or a just a little time in the sun. However, in a new report by the Environmental Working Group, researchers have found that as much as 80 percent of sunscreen products don't work to the level they claim, and some could even be dangerous.
Climate change is already causing heat waves and other extreme weather events around the world. Now, a new study has confirmed that these types of extreme events will only get worse and as much as 75 percent of the planet's "moderate daily hot extremes" can be tied to climate change.