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How to stay healthy at the beach

In the summer, the water is a great place to relax and unwind.

But, according to the Mayo Clinic, the Mayo Outdoor Recreation Institute, a group of outdoor sports experts, suggests that a bit of a tan is all it takes to stay active.

The Mayo Outdoor Sports website recommends that outdoor sports fans wear sunscreen at all times, especially if you’re at a lake or ocean pool.

The website also suggests that people keep a hydration kit with them at all time and keep their water and food temperatures below 60 degrees F. “When it comes to water sports, tanning beds are great for keeping your skin and hair hydrated,” the Mayo website says.

But you’ll need to wear sunscreen, and, in addition to sunscreen, you’ll also need to have a full face mask and sunblock.

“A good tan is a good tan, but tanning with a sunblock and mask is the best way to keep your skin looking healthy and even-toned,” the site says.

For more on the sun and outdoor sports from the Mayo institute, visit its website.

If you’re feeling more sunburned, you might want to do something a bit more aggressive: get out on a beach or a lake.

“If you’re swimming, try to do it in the middle of the day,” the website says, adding that it’s also a good idea to stay out of the sun while you’re doing that.

If it’s raining outside, try going outside with a hat or jacket on, as well as a towel and sunscreen.

Also, if it’s hot outside, you may want to wear a hat and a hat in the rain.

If the temperature is high, you can try walking around the area with your shoes and socks on.

You might also want to keep a good eye on your water temperature.

“Keep your skin moist and protected from the sun,” the organization says.

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research website also has a good look at sunscreen, noting that the sunblock will protect you from the harmful effects of the UV rays and the sun’s UV rays.

If that’s not the case, the site suggests you use a hat, face mask, a hat cover and sunscreen, as a precaution.