Tips for a safe and healthy Fourth of July

July 2, 2019 Providence Health Team


We know that Fourth of July celebrations can sometimes lead to overindulgence…of sun, food and libations. As a health partner to thousands of Americans, we seek to offer useful guidance to make your holiday celebrations as safe and healthy as possible. Below is a roundup of some of our favorite summertime articles.

We wish you and your families a happy, safe and healthy Fourth of July.


4 recipes under 400 calories for your Fourth of July Celebration. If you don't usually associate the Fourth of July with healthy food and low-calorie recipes, you're not alone. Since it’s the perfect time for breaking out your grill, it's easy to incorporate health-conscious recipes into your celebration. Read More.



Summer safety: Fireworks spark injuries. Fireworks can be beautiful, yet dangerous. Check out these fireworks safety tips find some ways to celebrate while keeping yourself and others out of harm’s way. Read More.





Fireworks safety: Important for pets as well as people. For many people, fireworks are necessary for a proper Fourth of July celebration. For pets, however, they can be terrifying. Here are some ways you can help you pooch feel comforted during a stressful time. Read More.




Kids and water sports. Expert tips on staying safe and having fun. As we prepare for Fourth of July, we wanted to provide some guidance for parents looking to add water activities to the mix. Here are some safe water activities for kids. Read More.



Looking for more advice on how to make your holiday celebration safe and healthy? You can find a doctor or nutritionist in our provider directoryOr you can search for a doctor near you:








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