USA: Thirsty? Prevent Summer Dehydration With Minute Maid(R) Fruit Juices and Drinks

By Company Press Release | 28 June 2000

The lazy days of summer are upon us, and that often means fun outdoor activities -- swimming, biking, hiking, picnics, working in the yard -- mostly in the blazing heat. Summer may signal carefree days, but warmer temperatures and increased activity levels also mean increased fluid loss through perspiration, which can put you and your family at risk for dehydration.

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The lazy days of summer are upon us, and that often means fun outdoor activities -- swimming, biking, hiking, picnics, working in the yard -- mostly in the blazing heat. Summer may signal carefree days, but warmer temperatures and increased activity levels also mean increased fluid loss through perspiration, which can put you and your family at risk for dehydration.

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