With summer halfway over, and weather temperatures at their annual high, there’s no better time to talk about how you can “beat the heat” with your kids. A great way to stay cool and have fun is with water. Not only is water an inexpensive resource, but its easy to use creatively and children really do love it! Here are 5 unique water activities you and your kids can do this summer:
There are many ways you can become dehydrated. Illness and blood loss are extreme examples, but the most common cause of dehydration is the failure to replace the water lost by our bodies. We lose water through sweat, urination, and even breathing. Exercise quickly depletes our bodies of water, as does walking outside on a hot day, or living in a warm climate. Any consumption of coffee or alcohol—even if moderate—also dehydrates our bodies, as these beverages are diuretics
Summer has begun and it is time to learn how to stay hydrated again! One way is to have a water cooler in your home or office. Water coolers are a great investment, not only for their convenience, but also for their health benefits and the positive impact they have on the environment. Here are 4 reasons why you should invest in a water cooler this summer:
Just as we need water to live, be healthy, feel good, and function at our best—dogs and cats need water for the same reasons. If you have a dog or cat, not only do you want to care for them, but you know how important it is that they . Water keeps pets cool underneath their fur coats (especially during the summer), keeps them active and energized, helps their joints, and helps them digest food. It’s crucial that owners monitor the drinking habits of their pets, so they don’t become dehydrated or sick. If you want to help your dog or cat drink water more regularly, there’s lots of tips and tricks you can learn—and yes, these tricks are just as cool as “sit down” and “speak”. Here’s 7 ways you can keep your dogs and cats well-hydrated.
You’ve probably been told about someone’s unfortunate experience with kidney stones, and heard how painful it can be. Maybe you’ve even had kidney stones yourself, or you’re dealing with them now. Either way, these stones are not something we want if we can help it. Fortunately, there’s one major thing you can do to keep kidney stones away (or pass them faster). First, let’s establish what kidney stones are and how they form in our bodies.