The Checkup: How to Stop a Hangover Before It Hits

And other healthy tips for your Fourth of July weekend.

• Here, a step-by-step guide to get you through your Fourth of July plans without comin’ out on the other side with a major headache. Of course, the only tried-and-true way to really prevent a hangover is to not drink too much, but if celebration’s calling, at least try these tricks before, during, and — if all else fails — after you drink in order to prevent wasting a day nursing your head. [Cosmopolitan]

• Staying on top of your hydration game is super important in the summer — that’s where these hydrating recipes come in. [Greatist]

• If the idea of going to a Fourth of July party is crankin’ up your nerves, there are a few tricks you can try to manage your stress. Here, how to deal with your social anxiety.[Science of Us]

• Because protecting your skin doesn’t have to totally drain your wallet: drugstore brand sunscreens that topped the EWG’s list so you don’t have to splurge to keep your skin safe.[MindBodyGreen]

• Going away for the weekend? Don’t fret about having to skip a gym day  here’s an equipment-free workout you can do in your hotel room. [Well + Good]

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