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Fun in the sun: Experts offer summer reminders and tips

Living in San Francisco, I've come to associate summer with swirling fog and heavy sweatshirts. (You've heard the famous quote that's wrongly attributed to Mark Twain, right?) But since this time of year means sunshine and warmth for most readers, I dug around our archives and found some summer-friendly stories and reminders for you. Take this to the beach or lake (I'm jealous!) and read on:

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