A Primer on Summer SafetyWhen it comes to summer, Olivia Kane, 36, mostly remembers the happy times:
eating crabs on the beach, chasing flickering fireflies at night, and playing
softball with friends. But there are other memories the Arlington, Va., resident
wishes she could forget. Like the rash from poison ivy that broke out on her
face, neck, and arms two days before she had to walk down the aisle in her
sister's wedding. Or the time she went to the beach to get a tan before high
school graduation. "What I got was a bright red sunburn," she says. "I
had blistered cheeks, a blistered chest, and I was the graduation speaker."