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Journal EntryRelaxation beverages: Don’t believe the hype
A new wave of beverage products is gaining attention, aimed at helping us relax, reducing our anxiety, and helping us sleep.
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Journal EntryThe calorie label initiative: How many calories are in your beverage?
Following a lead from First Lady Michelle Obama to combat obesity, several beverage-industry companies are voluntarily putting the total calories on the front labels of their non-alcoholic beverages.
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Journal EntrySummer heat and the outdoors—a perfect recipe for heat illness
Summer is here! These reminders will help keep you and your family safe during outdoor activities in the heat.
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Journal EntryAdolescents and sports drinks
For most active children and adolescents, staying hydrated is easy—drink water.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsOver-hydration: too much water hurts
Staying hydrated is essential, especially during physical exertion in the heat. But beware—too much water can be dangerous.
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Journal EntryPreventing heat-related illness
What to drink when you're working out in hot environments.
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Journal EntryHave your children drink more water for good health
Your child may not be drinking enough water to stay healthy.
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Journal EntryFluid replacement during operations or exercise
Staying hydrated is important, but is there a "best" way to hydrate?
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Journal EntryDon't ignore your thirst
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Journal EntryCrazy for coconut water?
Coconut water is touted as a “natural” drink and a possible alternative for rehydration, but you may need additional nutrients during strenuous exercise.
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