Welcome summer and the health benefits it brings. It's that time of the year again, when rising temperatures and increased body heat make us less likely to enjoy fatty foods but opt for fresh vegetables and fruit that give our body a wide range of nutrients. And the warm, sunny season tempts us to increase outdoor activities.
But the bad news is that the season brings with it skin problems.
Even if they don't suffer from an allergic reaction, most people are more likely to develop heat rashes during summer time because they sweat buckets.
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