5 ways to avoid warm-weather hazards

Lazy days of summer come with a slew of health hazards, from bug bites and burns to sore feet and serious injuries.

Ways to avoid injuries from lawn mowers, BBQs, the sun and insects

Canadians may revel in the splendours of summer — hot-weather clothing and open-toe footwear, trips to the lake or seaside, and the no-fuss joy of outdoor cooking on the grill. But those lazy days of summer also come with a slew of health hazards, from bug bites and burns to sore feet and serious injuries.

Here are five of those warm-weather pitfalls and how to avoid them.