Small habits add up. Like starting your day with lemon water. Here are 7 reasons it can benefit your health.
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.
If you’re planning on a vacation or trip to a high-altitude area and are prone to altitude sickness, here’s how to reduce your risk.
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.
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By now, most exercise enthusiasts likely have heard of and perhaps tried coconut water. Before you spend a few dollars on a one-serving bottle, consider whether it is truly worthwhile.
Are you making sure your kids are well-hydrated? Here’s what you need to know.
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
Bored with plain water? Try adding cucumber slices to your glass for a refreshing way to boost your water intake.
You might think that lettuce is not worth bothering with nutritionally. But incorporating lettuce into your meals can be a great way to add nutrients and water to your diet.