Sun burns are most common in children with increasing temperatures in summer. Sunburns seen in children without swimming pools and seaside pads may also accumulate over the years and cause skin cancers and skin diseases. For this reason, children should not be exposed to direct sunlight between 10: 00-15: 00. At the same time, children who go to places such as the pool or the sea, sunscreen should be applied. If possible, it is recommended that the children be seated under an umbrella and wear a hat.Prolonged exposure to sunlight can also cause sunstroke. Redness of the face and scalp, weakness, headache, dizziness, restlessness, nausea and stiffness in the back of the neck, such as symptoms of sunstroke, may cause loss of consciousness in severe cases. Correct intervention is very important in sunstroke, which can cause fatal conditions.What should be first aid in sunstroke?• First of all, the child should be transported to a cool place without panic. • The clothes that tighten the body should be removed and the child should be comfortable. • If the child has a fever; cold compresses should be applied to the head, groin and armpit • The child should be given something to drink and the lost water and salts should be replaced. Chicken, fish, milk and dairy products, which easily deteriorate due to hot weather, cause food poisoning. In order to take precautions against food poisoning, first of all it is necessary to ensure the freshness of the food consumed outside. Therefore, eating in unknown places is not recommended. In summer, when the time spent in parks, gardens and forests increases, insect stings are frequently encountered. The reaction after insect sting varies from person to person. The usual reaction is pain, swelling and discoloration around the inserted site. Washing the area with soap and water is the simplest and most effective treatment. Applying ice can reduce swelling and pain. However, bites by some insects, such as scorpions, or an insect bite in children with allergies may have serious consequences. In similar cases; abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, wheezing and swelling of the tongue may be symptoms. If these findings are seen, the child should be taken to the nearest health institution. The main reasons for this are; infants have diarrhea much more quickly in the summer, often the diaper is not changed and the butt is not ventilated. In order to fight the rash, precautions should be taken such as washing the baby's bottom with plenty of water after each poop, changing the diaper frequently, and not using the diaper as much as possible during the day. Using rash cream when necessary is another way to solve the problem.