Hydration

Water plays a far bigger role in your life than just quenching your thirst!

10 Signs of Dehydration During the Summer Heat

10 Signs of Dehydration During the Summer Heat

Summer is the perfect time for getting outdoors and enjoying some fresh air and sunshine. We know that safe exposure to the sun helps our bodies to generate vitamin D, which supports the immune system along with healthy teeth and bones. And…

Read More July 27, 2020
Are Masks and Gloves Effective at Reducing Viral Transmission?

Are Masks and Gloves Effective at Reducing Viral Transmission?

Most of us live under “shelter in place” orders right now, which basically means that we shouldn’t leave home except for essentials. We hope you’re doing well at home, staying busy, and beating the boredom. But once in a while, you might…

Read More April 14, 2020
What Should You Do If You Feel Sick?

What Should You Do If You Feel Sick?

If you’re reading this, chances are good that you’re snug inside your home while we all ride out the pandemic situation. But even if you’ve practiced regular hand washing and social distancing techniques, it is still possible to get sick. Some people…

Read More March 24, 2020
Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

Read More November 11, 2019

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