Dr. Oz’s Summer Safety Guide

Ready for summer fun? Enjoy more time outside, family vacations, less work, and more play with these safety tips from Tom O'Neill, a national lifeguard champion.

Learn How to Handle a Jellyfish Sting

Planning a beach day soon? Pack a bottle of vinegar and make sure you know what to do if a jellyfish unexpectedly joins the party. If a jellyfish stings you, immediately get out of the water and wash the affected area with salt water. Use a stiff, flat object, like a credit card to gently scrape the area to remove any jellyfish tentacles left behind. Then, rinse the affected area with vinegar for at least 30 seconds to deactivate stinging cells.

Watch: How to Treat a Jellyfish Sting

Whether it's falling or flying, Dr. Oz has the answers to why you have the dreams that you do and what they might mean.