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.
An expert explores how to keep your kids on a healthy diet this summer, including recipe ideas.
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.
Learn about these favorite summertime foods that will help you beat the heat as well as dehydration.
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If you’re a runner, you could risk draining your body of vital resources too quickly or have less energy to complete your program by not eating right. Get all the tips you need to stay healthy and hydrated.
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