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Thirst isn't the only sign you're dehydrated - there are at least a dozen more. And some of these you'd never suspect were related to water. Plus: drink too little at your own risk. When dehydrated, drivers made mistakes comparable to drunk or sleep-deprived driving.
When the temperatures climb, cooling foods promote balance and harmony in your body. Fortunately, nature is full of naturally “cold” foods to keep your body cool and hydrated on a hot summer day.
Avocados are a superfood for your heart, but did you know they may help prevent cancer too? New research revealed the cancer-fighting properties of avocados might even be effective against a rare and deadly form of leukemia.