Health Tip: Drink More Water
If you have these risk factors for dehydration
(HealthDay News) -- Though anyone can become dehydrated, there are some people who should be careful to drink enough water.
The American Academy of Family Physicians mentions these risk factors for dehydration:
- Having a bladder infection or kidney stone.
- Being pregnant or breast-feeding.
- Spending time outdoors in hot weather.
- Having a fever or diarrhea.
- Trying to lose weight.
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