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Lose weight effortlessly by drinking water and tea by Andrea Grace Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Nov 2010 9:11am The sensation of thirst may be easily confused with that of hunger,so it is very important to grab a drink instead of a snack … if you want to lose weight! If your body is as little dehydrated, thirst can be confused with hunger, so that your first reaction might be to eat – given that your body actually needs fluids . Moreover, consi ... Read on »
How to keep your kidneys healthy by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Sat 01 Jan 2011 11:44pm I recall seeing an interesting poster at the hospital when I used to take my mother there for her check-up. It said,"you can be alive if your brain is dead. but if your kidneys stop functioning, you are really dead" or some such thing. Point was - with a temporarily non-functional brain, the body can still be "alive". But kidneys fail, and that' ... Read on »
Getting your kids to drink more water in four easy steps by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 Feb 2011 7:32am My 12 year old does not divulge any personal details about his life, unless he is specifically asked.  Even then, the right question must be asked for him to share. There is nothing secretive about him, he is just by nature, a private person.  About 10 days ago, he had an indoor soccer game.  I noticed he took an extra long time using the ... Read on »
Treatments for Kidney Stones by Get Healthy Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of treatments and procedures that are commonly used to treat Kidney Stones: Dialysis Drinking water Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL) Kidney Transplant Lithotripsy Nephrectomy No treatment Pain Management Clinic Pain medication Percutaneous nephrolithot ... Read on »
Why Do We Need To Drink So Much Water? by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 15 Oct 2010 9:13am I just did a Google search for the question "Why is being hydrated important" there are about 2,350,000 results. So this tells me a lot of people don't drink enough water and probably need to! Your body needs water to stay alive. You can go only 3 days without water.. Water makes up 80% of your body - imagine your body drying up wh ... Read on »
How to Deal With Kidney Stones? by Swarnam J. Posted Fri 24 Aug 2012 1:04am  Fruit flies do get kidney stones. Funny is it not? Their kidney tubules are so transparent that scientists find it easy to study about them. Kidney stone is an aggregation of crystals formed from dietary minerals. They affect mostly 80% of the men. If the stones grow to a considerable size they cause obs ... Read on »
Water....... by Rosy G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 05 Apr 2010 6:54am Some information I found on the internet about water. While taking in my water this morning out on the porch, I decided to do a search and see why we SHOULD drink more water really. I personally find at times as I am sure most of you as well, that we dont drink enough really. And when you do begin to drink more water at first you will notice ... Read on »
Diet to prevent kidney stones by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm It is very unpleasant to get kidney stones. An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure. Stanley Goldfarb, MD, professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine says changes in diet can eliminate more than half of all stone recurrences. If you are prone to kidney stones, take less or no meat as much of ... Read on »
Hydration this Summer! by Paty M Posted Fri 06 May 2011 11:09am Summer is almost here and WATER is all we need to stay hydrated and fresh! But did you know that water does more than just hydrate your body? To start with, dehydration can in fact make you feel drained, depleted and very fatigue. Water can help your blood transport oxygen and essential nutrients your cells need. If you are getting en ... Read on »
How Much Water Should You Drink? by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Apr 2010 10:32pm Since the late 1990’s Dr. John Berardi has published 8 scientific abstracts; 15 scientific papers and textbook chapters; presented at nearly 50 scientific, exercise, and nutrition related conferences; and published countless articles online. His first articles at Testosterone Magazine so many years ago, provided me with the basis for ... Read on »