The NPR (7/30, Aubrey) “Shots” blog reports that researchers found in a 33-study review that being mildly dehydrated may cause “a range of subtle effects – from mood changes to muddled thinking.” The findings were published online July 10 in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise. (SOURCE:APA Headlines)
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