Need a reason to drink water? Water is essential to good health—and life. Up to 60 percent of an adult’s body weight and about 74 percent of a newborn’s body weight is water, making it the largest single substance in the human body.
Like other allergy symptoms, hay fever's leaky eyes, runny nose, sneezing, and burning palate mean your immune system is overreacting to an otherwise harmless substance you've inhaled, swallowed or touched.
Beverages can be an unexpected source of extra calories, so it's important to choose your drinks wisely. Avoiding drinks with excessive amounts of added sugar or even fat, in some cases, can be beneficial for your waistline and your overall health.
When you turn on the tap for a glass of water, do you ever wonder about the quality or safety of that water? With drinking water, it's important to consider not just the water itself, but how that water gets to you.
University of Colorado Health employees dedicate themselves to providing patients and other customers with world-class care and service. Outside organizations recognize that, calling University of Colorado Health's hospitals some of the best in Colorado and even the best in the nation. Some of those accolades are listed below:
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