Category: Water

8 Signs Your Not Drinking Enough Water

3 out of 4 Americans are chronically dehydrated according to Drip Drop. Insider spoke to several doctors and health experts to find out how to tell if you need to drink more water. Your skin is dry You are thirsty You have dark...

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Water First for Thirst

Summer brings sunshine and fun, but that sunshine also brings heat and humidity. It is important to stay hydrated during these summer months, and the best way to do that is with water! Water is essential to every cell in our...

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Drinking Water & Heart Attacks

MAYO CLINIC – DRINKING WATER¬† A cardiologist determined that heart attacks can be triggered by dehydration.Good Thing To Know. From The Mayo Clinic. How many folks do you know who say they don’t want to drink...

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Making A Splash

One way to measure a food’s “water footprint” is to calculate the number of gallons of water it takes to produce one serving of the food. For animals, it’s not just the water they drink, but also the...

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Tap Or Bottled Water?

Keep in mind that up to half of the bottled water produced in the U.S. comes from the tap and is then purified. And in some cases, safety standards for tap water are more rigorous than those for bottled water. So people with a...

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How To Stay Hydrated

Most people drink when they feel thirsty, which seems to work. But as we age, the sense of thirst is less acute and the body is less able to conserve water. Some drugs and medical conditions also increase urine output. All of...

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Why Water Matters

Without water most of us would perish within a week. It accounts for up to 75 percent of our body weight, and even at rest, we lose about 4 to 8 cups per day through urination, defecation, and breathing. Hot summer days,...

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Five Foods to Help You Hydrate

Nothing beats a cold glass of water to quench thirst on a hot day, but foods with high water content can also provide vital fluids and help you feel full at the same time. Here are five fruits and veggies to help you replenish....

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Water

Women need nine 8-ounce glasses a day while men need about 12. (coffee and tea count) Getting well hydrated is the fastest route to more energy, less hunger, a stronger body, and better skin. While that might seem simple,...

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