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Thoroughly researched articles and advice about hydration and health, curated by a team of Oxford scientists.
Congestion relief meds like Mucinex do not cause dehydration—but it may feel like they do. Here's why some medicines have this effect, and what to do.Read More
No scientific evidence has ever shown sparkling water is not hydrating, or that it will hydrate you any less than regular water. However, some claim that people will consume less carbonated water due to bloating, and therefore fall short of their hydration needs.Read More
Drinking enough fluids throughout the day can be hard for some of us, but it can have serious health risks. We dove into the science for you!Read More
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Why am I always thirsty? Hunger is a relatively straightforward bodily mechanism, with this sensation being dictated by the amount of food filling your stomach. As you digest the food you’ve already eaten, your tummy will slowly empty and ready itself for further consumption, and this will be reflected by the way you feel.Read More