On Monday, August 21, 2017, the United States, Canada, and even northern South America will be treated to a rare event, an eclipse of the sun by Earth’s moon.
Jupiter, Florida, has some of the most alluring beaches in the world, so it’s no wonder that visitors as well as locals like to spend so much time there. Lurking beneath all that beauty and fun are some hidden hazards that could ruin your day in the sun, or even end up killing you. Your primary doctors in Jupiter at MD 2.0 often end up treating patients for injuries that could be avoided. Here are 10 hazards to watch out for when you head to the beach.
Vegetarian diets have been around since agriculture took hold among our hunter-gatherer ancestors, but they really began to catch on in this country the 1960s, with the back-to-the-earth movement popularized by the counter-culture movement.
The Fourth of July is nearing, one of the three big holidays known for barbecues, along with Memorial Day and Labor Day. The centerpiece of all the picnics and backyard parties nearly always includes the distinctive aroma of various grilled meats wafting over the festivities, whetting appetites for whatever’s “on the barbie.”
It’s not officially summer, yet we’ve already seen an onslaught of record-high temperatures here in South Florida. Your concierge physicians at MD 2.0 in Jupiter, Florida, want to remind you of the risks of dehydration in children.