Thursday, June 23, 2016
Gardening and landscaping is a worthwhile hobby. If you enjoy planting, the 2016 Snohomish Co. Master Gardener Annual Plant Sale might be for you. This is an event that lets you view thousands of plant species, including grasses, berries, shrubs, and perennials. Allergies and Causes It is important to be cognizant of allergies as you spend time searching for beautiful plants at this sale. Allergies occur when people are near plants because of their pollen. This fine yellowish powder moves from plant to plant, and it can also spread from animals to humans. Some allergy symptoms might include sneezing, nasal congestion, and a runny nose. Pollen has also been known to stimulate asthma symptoms, including wheezing and coughing. In some cases, plants and pollen could cause a severe allergic reaction. When such symptoms are detected, medical treatment is needed right away.
Thursday, June 9, 2016
Do you love to dance, and do you want to contribute to Everett’s growing art scene? If yes, then you may want to join Celebrate Dance!, a fundraising luncheon organized by The Dance School. The event aims to recognize the art form and its role in the community. Dancing is an activity that offers many benefits to a person. Everett urgent care providers recommend it to people of all ages to improve their fitness and health. When you dance regularly, expect to receive these benefits: Physical Dancing has positive effects on the body. Because it requires a lot of physical movements, it provides the body with a good workout, helping improve heart and lung function. In fact, the muscle use and breathing rate a dancer has in a competition are the same of those of athletes, particularly swimmers and cyclists.
Thursday, June 2, 2016
As you walk about the booths and displays at the Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival, be sure to protect your skin from the effects of the sun. This festival will be held from June 10 through 12 at Legion Memorial Park, which means that you will be exposed to plenty of the sun's ultraviolet rays. Providers at an urgent care in Everett offer these tips to help you protect your skin from sun exposure. Seek Shade The sun's ultraviolet radiation is what is responsible for sunburns. Even if your skin does not get burned, exposure to that ultraviolet radiation increases your risk of developing one of the three forms of skin cancer. The sun's radiation peaks from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. During these times of the day, try to seek out shade. If there aren't enough shady spaces for you at the festival, you can create your own shady spot by carrying an umbrella.