When the temperatures rise outside in the summer, it is fairly easy to remember the importance of drinking lots of fluids to stay hydrated. Later in the year when it gets cold outside, we often forget about the importance of staying hydrated. Take the time this winter to learn these 8 Tips for Hydrating in Cold Weather, as recommended by active.com. Seniors can be at higher risk of dehydration, especially those with memory loss. If you caring for an elder, the Alzheimer’s Care website offers suggestions for the Best Hydrating Drinks for Seniors. Pour a nice glass of water and toast this holiday season!
As we progress into summer, it is important to remember hydration. Water does wonders for our bodies, such as helping boost metabolism, keeping you full, and increasing your energy. Visit WebMD to read about the 7 Wonders of Water.
If you often feel like you may be dehydrated and want to know why, read about Surprising Causes of Dehydration, on the Health.com website.
Finally, if you want to learn the best ways to fill up with fluids, click back over to WebMD.com to discover 10 Ways to Stay Hydrated.
Many of you may have heard in the news recently about the young Arizona girl who became the youngest member of the Arizona Mensa chapter. Very impressive for this young lady with the big IQ! Have you ever wondered how your IQ defines (or doesn’t define) how smart you are in the grand scheme of things? Click on over to CNN to learn what your IQ really means, what it doesn’t mean, and how it can change over time.
If you think your brain power needs a boost, visit the Huffington Post website to read Boosting Brain Power: 8 Ways To Sharpen Your Mind. You might be surprised to learn how bustling coffee shops or bubble gum can accelerate your mind.
It is a new year, so many of us are once again focused on a healthier lifestyle after the holidays. With that said, do you know which diet is the best for your health? If you want to do some research on your own, check out the Best Diets of 2014, as named by US News & World Report. This report provides the breakdown on the best overall diets, as well as diets designed for specific needs, such as heart-health, vegetarian, diabetes, and more.
In regards to diabetes, Time Magazine’s Healthland features a story on how the Mediterranean Diet Alone Can Fight Diabetes. This latest research is great news because the diet is already linked to lowering the risk for heart disease and helping prevent memory loss.
Before starting a new plan, you should consult with your doctor to talk about which diet best fills your dietary needs.
It is that time of year again, when the temperatures drop and the cold and flu count rises. With that in mind, let’s take a look at whether the “weather” affects your risk for catching a cold. Click on over to CNN to read the facts.
Next, raise your health knowledge even more by reading 12 Cold and Flu Myths on Parents.com. This provides useful information about flu shots, fever, and more.
Finally, visit Health.com to learn 14 Ways to Avoid Colds and Flus. Discover ways to lower your risk for illness.