Summer is here and for many people, that means spending more time outside in the sun. Whether you’re hitting the trail, hanging at a backyard gathering, or soaking up the sun at the beach, one of the most important things to remember—in the summer and all seasons—is to stay hydrated.
There are plenty of watered-down excuses for not drinking enough H2O each day. “I add water when making my coffee.” Or, “I’m afraid of water poisoning.” And our personal favorite: “It was raining. So I’m good for the day.”
Every culture has their morning rituals for wellness. In Hawaii, some islanders paddle out into the surf on dawn patrol before they even wipe the sleep out of their eyes.
Before he blacked out one day at school, 12-year-old Andy Campbell thought of himself as a pretty healthy kid.
Water conservation has been in the national spotlight for decades now—at this point, even preschool kids know to turn off the faucet when they’re brushing their teeth.
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