BROOKLYN - As the temperature in the borough heats up, Brooklyn residents are being reminded to practice safe summer habits.
The Food and Drug Administration say sunscreen that protects against UVA and UVB radiation with an SPF of at least 15 should be applied every two hours. The FDA also says it is important to stay hydrated.
“Water on the Go” stations are available across the city and can be found on the NYC Water App on mobile devices.
Forecasters say the hot weather will continue for the next several days. Cooling centers will be open Tuesday.