Cold and hot showers each come with different health benefits from aiding workout recovery to relieving itchy, sensitive skin. Here's how to choose.
"In the past, you just turned the water on and walked away. Now we walk the vineyard and see if the vine really needs a drink," says winemaker Tony Biagi.
Governments in Florida, Greece, and Sierra Leone are hiring 'Chief Heat Officers' to protect cities as part of the Extreme Heat Resilience Alliance.
Climate change effects like hotter temperatures mean bugs can come out sooner, stay longer, and appear in more places. Pest control firms may benefit.
Meet the people running businesses in the hottest place on Earth - from a rural opera house to a Mexican meat market.
Dubai is desperately in need of more rain. The United Arab Emirates gets about 4 inches of rainfall per year, which makes farming close to impossible.
Utah's Division of Wildlife Resources has made changes allowing fishers to broaden their catch as drought and hot temperatures threaten to kill fish.
Wet bulb conditions - when heat and humidity are both so high that sweat doesn't evaporate - are occurring the US decades before scientists expected.
Temperatures in Death Valley reached 130 degrees Fahrenheit Friday, as officials said last month was the hottest June ever recorded in the US.
Temperatures reached record highs in the Pacific Northwest this week, leaving many people vulnerable to heat-related illnesses.
To keep your room cool and save energy in the heat, try using these types of fans instead of air conditioning. Here's how to do it.
It's important to know how to stay cool when it's hot out, especially if you don't have AC. Here are 5 tips to stay safe in extreme heat.
As record-breaking temperatures are hitting the west coast, Biden pointed to his infrastructure plan as a remedy to the climate crisis for governors.
Monday marked the third day in a row of triple digits in many Northwest cities - a sign of the impending climate crisis, according to experts.
Heat cramps are muscle spasms that occur as a result of exercising in hot and humid conditions. Here's how to prevent and treat them.
Eczema affects nearly 15 million people in the US, and there are many triggers that cause a flare-up, including the summer heat.
There are six steps you can follow to get rid of heat rash. Here's how to identify and treat the irritating skin condition when it's hot out.
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