Dehydration can be dangerous, but it’s also preventable. Learn how to detect and ease its effects from an emergency medicine physician and a pediatrician.
A cold beer on a hot summer day may seem refreshing at first, but there are risks lurking.
Are there health benefits to drinking hot water? Find out from a Cleveland Clinic dietitian.
Coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks… caffeine comes in a variety of forms, but they all have one important thing in common: They can be incredibly difficult to quit. If the best part of waking up is all that caffeine in your cup, here’s how to safely start to scale back.
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Running when the temperature climbs can put additional – and even dangerous – stress on your body. An exercise physiologist at Cleveland Clinic has some tips to help you stay safe while logging your training miles.
What should you eat when you don’t feel well? A dietitian explains what you should focus on and gives solid advice for what to reach for.
Your urine can reveal a lot about what’s going on in your body, from how hydrated you are to whether you might have a urinary tract infection. Learn what’s normal and what’s not in this urine color chart.
Dry mouth can be incredibly uncomfortable. We share eight tips to help relieve your dry mouth.
Whether you call it a foot or leg cramp (aka “charley horse”), it happens when a muscle gets involuntarily stiff and can’t relax. Here’s what causes these cramps, as well as tips to help prevent them.
Hit by leg cramps? There are several ways you can not only treat them at home, but also prevent them from coming back.