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Taking Care of Your Health This Summer
Summer is called the period of luxurious growth. The temperament of summer is hot and dry. People with a hot and dry temperament (choleric, yellow bile) may find the heat of summer challenging. It is important for these people to keep cool and not be out in the heat for too long. People with a cold and moist temperament (phlegmatic) will benefit from the heat of summer. Boost your health by eating seasonal fruits and vegetables, and ensuring abundant intake of healthy fluids.
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