Ask the Doctors: Hydration; Cholesterol


My children say I don’t drink enough water. I tell them I’m never thirsty, so I don’t think it’s necessary. Who’s right?

There’s no consensus about how much water someone should drink. However, the common advice that you should drink when you are thirsty applies to most individuals.

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