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Where, white clothing, light-colored hats, and loose clothing to help the air to circulate.
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Children with asthma, elderly, and people with challenging health issues are much more easily to be affected by the heat wave.
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Many serious accidents could have been avoided if they were wearing a helmet.
You can’t underestimate the importance of this very important safety measure.
I remember my sister, a teenager at the time, was riding her bike without a helmet felt, and hit her head on the rail of a railroad track and had a concussion. Thankfully, she didn’t suffer any long-term effects from it, but it was very scary. Thankfully, someone saw her lying on the ground and was able to get help immediately.
If you know someone who is letting their child ride bikes without a helmet, it could be so kind of you to approach them and let them know how concern you are about their child’s safety.
Check your bike riding safety rules and try to ride with someone in case of an emergency. Keep your phone handy if doing any long distance bike running-a bottle of water won’t hurt to carry as well.
Know that biking is one of the best exercises you can do to keep healthy. Building muscle really support the bones to enable you to move effectively.
Look for cracks in the road and small tree branches when riding and always be aware of your surroundings and to bike where you can be seen.
Respecting the traffic light is very important. What I’m seeing lately is that some bikers are riding their bikes across the street instead of walking with it to cross the street.
So, be safe at all times and remember to learn the biker’s rules. I will list resources as I find them.
There should be no excuse for setting the priority of purchasing a helmet for your child.
I bought 2 of them for 2 children recently from Five Below for $5.00 each. It was well worth the money. I bought another one at Walmart Adult size for someone else.
I can’t wait to buy another bike down the road, because I really love biking. You can believe a helmet is on the same order.
If you happen to get to the New Jersey shores, and get up at 6 am in the morning, there are lots of bike rental places everywhere. There’s nothing like it to smell the fresh air and to hear the sound of the seagulls as the spread their white wings about searching for food on the beach and on the boardwalk, while biking. The seagulls have become so brazen to get what you are eating, you have to be careful they don’t snatch your food. Feeding them is not encouraged.
You might want to bring your own helmet from home when you go on vacation.
Here is a link to learn more about bike safety. https://www.wsdot.wa.gov/bike/safety.htm https://www.wsdot.wa.gov/bike/safety.htm