hydration

wellness

This Is What Happens to Your Body If You Drink 3 Gallons of Water a Day

I know because I tried it.
Grant Stoddard
3.18.19
NFL

It's Come to This: Odell Beckham, Jr. Does Not Like Water

The New York Giants star wide receiver explained his early exit from last week's game for dehydration was due to his distaste for a fairly essential element of life.
Sean Newell
10.19.18
Phys Ed

4 Ways Your Body Will Fight You if You're Working Out Too Hard

My newly fit body stole my sex drive.
Grant Stoddard
6.13.18
You're Smarter Than That

How Much Water Should I Drink?

What experts think about the ‘8 glasses a day' rule.
Karin Klein
5.22.18
body

Will Drinking Lots of Water Really Help My Cold?

A close look at the advice we've always heard.
Christina Stiehl
2.6.18
WTF

'Raw Water' Is an Expensive Trend You Should Only Try if You Like Diarrhea

The founder of Live Water says that his water will stay fresh for “one lunar cycle” before it turns green. Sounds totally safe!
Jelisa Castrodale
1.4.18
Asking for a friend

Is Seltzer Bad for You?

You've probably heard sparkling water is acidic and can even cause tooth decay. Here's the truth about how bad all that carbonation really is for your body.
Michelle Malia
6.12.17
Lab Rat

The Strange Link Between Sleepiness and Thirst

A new study hints at why you suddenly feel parched when you hit the sack.
Cassie Shortsleeve
12.6.16
soda

This Is Why You're So Addicted to LaCroix

A study shows that cold and carbonated beverages actually quench thirst better.
Alex Swerdloff
10.12.16
water

You Might Actually Be Drinking Too Much Water

A new study shows the ways that your body actually tries to tell you when you're going overboard with self-hydration.
Wyatt Marshall
10.11.16
Technology

This Wearable Wristband Tells You When You’re Dehydrated

The LVL band measures key biometrics in your bloodstream with infrared light, information that is then fed back into the wristband and triggers vibrations when hydration becomes necessary.
Nick Rose
9.14.16
soft drinks

That Thirst-Quenching Soda Is Dehydrating You

Sweet soda might offer you temporary reprieve from the heat and thirst, but that little can sure as heck isn’t hydrating you.
Nick Rose
6.9.16
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