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  • Travel prepared. Bring your health insurance information, prescription medications, back-up prescriptions and spare eyeglasses.
  • Pack a travel first aid kit in your vehicle and/or luggage.
  • Wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizers or antibacterial wipes especially in areas with high concentrations of germs such as airplanes, and hotel rooms.
  • Use good health habits. Take vitamins, stay hydrated, wear sunscreen and bug repellant. Don't forget to get plenty of rest.

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  • Food containing mayonnaise, milk, eggs, poultry and seafood should not be kept at room temperature for more than two hours. One hour max if it’s more than 90 degrees outside.
  • Properly wash and store raw fruits and vegetables.
  • If you’re traveling with food, be sure to pack any raw meat separately from ready-to-eat foods to avoid contamination.
  • Wash your or sanitize hands before preparing food.
  • Don’t use the same plate and utensils for cooked food that were used for raw food.

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  • Slather on the sunscreen
  • Reapply every two hours. Sweating or swimming? Reapply more often.
  • Fun in the sun? Use sunscreen. Not just when hitting the beach or diving in the pool.
  • Don’t forget to apply around the eyes, the tip of the nose, tops of the feet, lips, ears and near your hairline.
  • A cloudy day doesn’t mean you won't need sunscreen.
  • Seek shade.
  • Long-sleeved shirts and long pants can reduce sun exposure. Typical shirts have an SPF rating lower than 15.
  • Wear a full brim hat. Avoid straw hats with holes that let in sunlight.
  • Sunglasses protect your eyes from UV rays and reduce the risk of cataracts.
  • Use broad-spectrum sunscreen at least SPF 15.

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  • Only use fireworks where permitted by law.
  • Never use fireworks while under the influence.
  • Never allow young children to handle fireworks.
  • Older children should only use them under close adult supervision.
  • Never light fireworks indoors.
  • Only use them away from people, houses and flammable material.
  • Only light one device at a time and maintain a safe distance after lighting.
  • Do not try to re-light or handle malfunctioning fireworks.
  • Soak used and unused fireworks in water for a few hours before discarding.
  • Keep water or a fire extinguisher nearby in case of emergency.

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With 500-plus healthcare providers across more than 100 locations, Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group is the area’s largest physician network. Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group is committed to providing access to better health when and where you need it. Schedule an appointment with one of our clinics now offering after-5 p.m. and weekend appointments. Visit ololrmc.com/extendedhours for a list of clinics offering extended hours.