If you plan on spending a lot of time outside this weekend, it's good to keep an eye out for heat-related illness. The New York Times describes what to watch out for.
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Cold-brewing is a great way to enjoy coffee on a hot day. We've shown you how to make it in a blender before, but this is a simple alternative.
You've probably seen someone drowning in movies, but that's not what drowning really looks like. The Art of Manliness has put together a great infographic to help you learn to spot actual victims.
No one wants to be eaten alive by mosquitoes, but there's no need to resort to harsh chemicals to keep them at arm's length. Instructables user Dartorso has a solution in the form of a trap you can easily make from a plastic bottle and a few other tools.
Going outside and soaking up some sun and warm weather is a joy, but remembering to reapply sunscreen can be a pain. It's still necessary though, and Adafruit's Becky Stern has an ingenious solution you can wear on a hat or other piece of clothing that watches your exposure and reminds you to reapply regularly.