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Most healthy people can meet their daily fluid needs by drinking when they are thirsty.
Carcinogenic air pollution is often concentrated in communities of color.
Latino communities face greater hardships from climate change because of ongoing socioeconomic disparities.
Drinking ice-cold water could negatively affect your health—particularly if you suffer from migraines.
Thousands of Americans—many of them people of color—lack access to clean drinking water and basic sanitation services.
A simple blood test can detect lead poisoning. But in many parts of the country, children aren’t being tested.
Waterborne hepatitis A outbreaks are declining, says the CDC, but those with private water supplies should still be vigilant.
Your urine color may be telling you something.
Certain substances found in tap water can affect a person’s risk of developing hard deposits of minerals and salts in the kidney.
Drinking untreated water has been linked to hepatitis A, salmonella, E. coli, giardia and other dangerous diseases.
Here’s why women with recurrent UTIs should chug an extra three pints of water each day.
Although soft drinks are advertised to all U.S. teens and children more than ever before, African-American and Latino youth are special...
Middle-aged and older adults ate fewer calories
and shed more pounds when they drank two cups of water before a meal
compared with those who...
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