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Everything You Need to Know to Stay Properly Hydrated

Feeling thirsty? You're not alone. Seventy-five percent of Americans suffer from chronic dehydration, according to the Institu...

Dehydration and Acidosis

Fluid depletion, also called dehydration, is a condition characterized by decreases in fluid consumption, increases in fluid loss ...

Symptoms of Dehydration in Newborns

People of all ages can develop dehydration from excess fluid loss, but newborns, in particular, are more at risk of developing the...

Dehydration Synthesis in Lipids

Dehydration synthesis is the process of making a larger molecule from smaller building blocks by removing two hydrogen atoms and o...

Should You Exercise If You Are Dehydrated?

Even mild to moderate dehydration can create potentially damaging consequences to your body during exercise. Not drinking enough f...

What Foods Make You Feel Dehydrated?

Your body is about two-thirds water. Dehydration reduces the amount of water in your body. Severe dehydration can lower blood pres...

Dehydration Symptoms in Children Under 2 Years Old

Dehydration occurs when the amount of water leaving the body is greater than the amount being taken in. This can be a serious cond...

How Can I Replace Electrolytes Without Drinking Gatorade?

Electrolyte replacement can make the difference between finishing a marathon and being transported to a hospital in critical condi...

What are the Symptoms of Severe Dehydration?

Severe dehydration is a life-threatening medical condition caused by excessive fluid loss from the body. You can develop dehydrati...

Conditions that Cause Excessive Thirst

Dipsesis is the medical term for excessive thirst. Conditions that cause extreme fluid loss and leave the body water-depleted trig...
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