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Dark Tea Linked to Lower Blood Sugar and Diabetes

Dark tea helps you lower blood sugar in your body.

Scientists from the University of Adelaide in Australia and Southeast University in China found those who drank dark tea on a daily basis had a 53 percent lower risk of prediabetes and a 47 percent lower risk of diabetes than those who don’t drink any tea.

, October 09, 2023

Proper Hydration Contributes to Longevity

Drink more water if you want to live longer.

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health found adults who stay well-hydrated are healthier and live longer as a result of developing fewer chronic conditions like heart and lung disease.

, January 08, 2023

Water May be the Missing Piece to Heart Health

Don't forget about drinking water when it comes to heart health.

New research from the European Society of Cardiology shows drinking enough water is vitally important in preventing heart failure.

, August 30, 2021

How Drinking Water Could Help Alleviate Obesity

Drinking water plays an important role in maintaining a healthy weight

Researchers at the University of Colorado found fructose stimulates the release of vasopressin, a hormone linked to obesity, and drinking water can suppress vasopressin.

, December 21, 2020

Hydration's Importance when Hiking in the Heat

Plan carefully if you plan to hike in the summer heat.

A new study from Arizona State University highlights the critical importance of hikers staying hydrated in the heat of the summer.

, July 20, 2020

Seniors More Prone to Dehydration

Dehydration is a concern for all but it is more common among the elderly.

Researchers from the UCLA School of Nursing found the elderly are particularly prone to underhydration and dehydration which can lead to among other things urinary tract infections and frequent falls.

, March 11, 2019

Dehydration is a Threat to Safety and Productivity

A majority of workers studied started their day without being properly hydrated

Focusing on workers from Europe in the fields of manufacturing, agriculture, law enforcement, tourism and construction, researchers from the University of Copenhagen found that seven out of 10 workers are not getting enough water.

, November 12, 2018

Dehydration Affects Your Brain and Work Product

This study encourages you to keep hydrated if you want to be mentally sharp

New research shows your brain swells when you are dehydrated and your ability to perform routine tasks is diminished. Those are the findings of a group of exercise physiologists from Georgia Tech.

, August 27, 2018

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