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Take a look at the differences between Disney World during peak season and the off season.
A photo of plastic drink displays in a cafe melting in the heatwave has been retweeted hundreds of times by Japanese Twitter users.
A car parked in the sun on an 72-degree day can reach an internal 119 degrees in less than an hour. There are things that you should never leave in a car in the summer, like pets and tech devices, due to the risk of damage from heat. Here are 10 things you should never leave in the car on a hot day.
High temperatures have everyone dressing like their dads in sandals and loose t-shirts — but it doesn't have to be this way.Thread stylist Freddie Kemp gave Business Insider three essential pieces all guys should have in the wardrobe this summer.
By 2050, cities in the US and around the world are expected to see many more days with temperatures topping 100 degrees. Those rising temperatures have serious effects on physical health, mental health, and cognitive ability.
I’ve traveled to 25 countries, and here’s my checklist for exactly what to do weeks, days, and hours before an international trip
Summer travel might be relaxing, but the two weeks before a big trip can be a stressful ordeal. From packing, researching your destination, and scrambling for last-minute items, here's what you need to do to prepare for your big vacation abroad, from two weeks out to the final hour.
When it comes to picking the perfect ride for a summer road trip, you have lots of options. From the basic and utilitarian to the absurdly luxurious, these are the best vehicles to take when you hit the road this summer.
Twice each summer, the sun, Earth, streets, and skyscrapers align to create a spectacle of light called Manhattanhenge. On those nights, the sunset dips perfectly between buildings in the New York City borough of Manhattan. That will happenson July 12 and 13, 2018.
I tried this $300 ‘personal thermostat,’ which can cool you off or warm you up to keep you comfortable at all times — here’s w...
The Embr Wave is a "personal thermostat" — a wearable you strap onto your wrist to help you feel more comfortable indoors. Basically, if you keep a sweater on the back of your desk chair, the Embr Wave is for you.
Registered dietitian and nutritionist Andy Bellatti gave us tips for how to start feeling healthier quickly. There's no reason you shouldn't feel like the best version of yourself this summer.