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Dehydration a Danger with Flu


People can get dehydrated a bouple of ways.

You don’t drink enough fluids, something that kids often do when they get sick.

You also can get dehydrated by losing too much fluid by sweating, fever, vomiting and-or diarrhea. Symptoms include dry mouth, lethargy, low urine output, no tears and sunken eyes.

Drinking fluids usually is enough for mild dehydration. Florida Hospital Centra Care recommends drinking small amounts often rather than a large amount of fluid, more than you want, at one time…[Read full story]