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Thoroughly researched articles and advice about hydration and health, curated by a team of Oxford scientists.
Fatigue is often something we associate with long days at work, physically tiring activities and stressful nights spent studying or finishing a project. Under these difficult conditions, it’s completely understandable that we’d feel tired and completely drained to a point that it’s difficult to focus or even just stay awake. However, there are also plenty of people in the world that feel tired on a regular basis even if they don’t perform physically strenuous or mentally taxing activities. A lack of energy can sap away your strength and make it hard for you to do anything throughout the day, so...Read More
No matter the season or your activity levels, water is an essential accompaniment to your day. Those who are active in sports and those who work outdoors should always have extra water with them anyway, but how many people ever question why? We all know that we need water to live; we are, after all, made up of water.Read More
You know you want wellness in your life. Everyone does. You've likely recognized wellness before, in others. Maybe a sparkle in a friend's eye, bounce in their step, or glow to their skin prompted you to say, "You look well!" But, what exactly is wellness?Read More
Whether we want to believe it or not, we were all made to be morning people. We are genetically programmed to sleep during the night, when it's dark, and wake up when the light starts to come through. Here are some things you can do to get yourself in that state of mind and stop thinking of the alarm clock going off in the morning like it's the worst thing.Read More
Historical records estimate that the first gardens began in 10,000 BCE in India and Asia. It’s easy to see why gardening has continued to hold steady as an essential tradition practiced worldwide. Forming a closer connection to nature, understanding where certain foods come from, and growing beautiful flowers are just a few perks of gardening.Read More
Prime gardening months occur during Spring and Summer months as the ample sunlight provides plenty of energy for plants to convert. If you want what you grow to thrive in hot weather, it’s essential to understand how high temperatures can affect plant life.Read More