Companies claim that alkaline water will keep you more energized and more hydrated than regular water. But how true is this? Cleveland Clinic experts weigh in on the issue.
Knowing what to eat, both before and after you exercise, can go a long way in helping you get the most out of your workouts. Find out what to eat, and why.
Find out how much water you should be drinking each day, the many health benefits of drinking enough and if you can overdo it.
Looking for healthier beverages to drink this summer? Discover a few easy ways to flavor water and how to juice the right way.
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The sensation of thirst decreases with age, as does the amount of water in our bodies, which makes seniors more at risk for dehydration. Use these tips to help the older adults in your life stay hydrated.
Bored with bottled water? Steering clear of soda? Consider 3 ways to quench your thirst when the heat is on — without added sugar, artificial sweeteners and preservatives.
Observing simple rules such as drinking enough water, including more fiber in your diet and exercising can help you maintain your regularity. Some other aids, like Squatty Potty can also help.
In winter or on a rainy day, an indoor pool can be just the way to get moving and to get your heart pumping. However, common chemicals in pool water that can get more concentrated indoors may make it harder on your lungs. “The main concern with indoor pools is the chlorine, which is used … Read More