Dangerous Dehydrating Effects of Flying

...Your bags are packed. ...You arrive at the airport on time. ...You board your flight, coffee in hand. You’re a happy traveler. After you deplane, you stop by the bathroom. In your peripheral vision you get a glimpse of your reflection. You stop and look. Who is that looking back at you? This morning you were showered and refreshed. Now, you look...

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A New Year's Resolution Worth Sticking With

When we set a New Year’s resolution to get healthier, we always think about our weight, body fat and muscle mass, but often overlook one of the most important parts of the body — the mouth. Keeping our mouths healthy is just as important as keeping the rest of our bodies healthy.

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Runners - This Is Why YouGet a Dry Mouth

If you’re a runner who’s ever competed in a race, you have probably experienced Dry Mouth to some degree.  Dry Mouth shouldn’t keep you from hitting the trails, finally completing that marathon you've been training for, or even just trying to stick to your new year's resolutions of being more active.  

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The Golden Globes, Oprah Winfrey & Dry Mouth

As you watch Hollywood celebrate tonight in glitz and glamour, remember, even Oprah Winfrey gets nervous from time to time.. and you will probably see more than one celebrity stumbling over their words due to cottonmouth. Even though Hydralief won’t be a part of the actors’ fancy goody bags at the end of the night, you have ready access to what...

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New Year, New Diet?

It’s safe to say that topping the list of New Year’s resolutions for 2019 will be the same: eat healthier, get more fit. For many, that means trying a new diet.

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