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Drink More Water

As the weather is warming up, you need to pay extra attention to the amount of liquids you consume daily.

Not Even the Luck of the Irish can Prevent Dehydration

Feeling a little under the weather after your St. Patrick’s Day celebration? You may be dehydrated. Whether you woke up extremely thirsty or started getting muscle cramps in the middle of the day, there are steps you can take to rehydrate yourself. Check out our commonly asked questions of dehydration below:

Tips to Stay Hydrated This Winter

When the sun is shining on a hot summer day, packing a bottle of water is part of the routine. But in winter, it is sometimes forgotten. The truth is you need just as much water in winter as you do during the steamy summer months. Check out these tips to stay hydrated during the winter months:

Stay Safe in the Cold: Protect your family from falling temperatures

Prepare yourself for the first frigid cold of the season. Forecasters say we will face extremely low temperatures by Thursday. These bitterly cold conditions can bring health risks. Here are some cold weather dangers to be aware of, and ways to protect your family.

Three Post-Workout Cool Down Tips

Ever felt “funny” after abruptly stopping a workout? There is a reason for this “funny” feeling - your body needs time to cool down after an intense workout. Next time you finish exercising, allow yourself some time to cool down. Check out these tips to help you slow it down.