However, while we’re enjoying the balmy days of summer, we should not forget that the temperature can get too high, that it can become uncomfortably hot, and for some, it can become dangerously hot.
A heatwave often means a high or very high pollen count, which is bad news for people suffering with hay fever. Click to read advice for coping with hay fever
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The Association of Dermatologists have developed a range of Sun Awareness guidance and guides to checking your skin.
They have also developed a new App in partnership with the Met Office to provide a free daily UV forecast.
Visit: www.bad.org.uk for more information