Don’t just cover up in the Florida sun — drink up, JU’s Hausenblaus tells Tampa newspaper
People in Florida and other humid climates should worry as much about drinking up as covering up with sunscreen on a sunny summer day, Heather Hausenblaus, Jacksonville University associate professor of exercise science, said in a Tampa Tribune article.
Dehydration, the lack of water in the skin, speeds up the aging process, as does air-conditioning, Hausenblaus said in the Tuesday, Aug. 12 report.
“We live in Florida. We put on sunscreen and we think it’s all good,” she said.
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