Tag: dehydration

Top Hydration Tips for Runners and Anyone...

Runners across South Florida are starting to train hard for upcoming distance events during fall and winter months, covering 5K,...

October 14, 2022

Exercising Outdoors? Make Sure to Stay Hydrated,...

It’s July in South Florida and that usually means that the “feels like” heat index is near, at or over...

July 13, 2022

Need-to-Know Facts About Dehydration, Heat Exhaustion and...

Living in a hot and humid climate always raises the risk of heat-related illnesses for both adults and children. Those...

June 1, 2022

Hot Topic: Staying Safe as Temperatures Rise

As summer begins to sizzle, babies and elderly people are most vulnerable to heat-related illnesses. But you might be surprised...

May 27, 2022

Keeping A Healthy Pace: Experts Advise Marathoners,...

If you’ve been training for months for your first marathon, as many have done for the upcoming 2022 Life Time...

January 25, 2022

Tips for Long Distance Runners: Beating Physical,...

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended many events, forcing most to go virtual. For 2021, this also applies to the cancelled...

December 28, 2020

Keeping Hydrated in Summer is Easier Than...

Pools of clear water seem to call to us when temperatures rise. It’s hard to resist the impulse — the...

August 13, 2020

Know Your ‘Sweat Rate’ to Stay Properly...

The thousands of runners taking part in this Sunday’s Fitbit Miami Marathon and Half Marathon are likely already familiar with their...

January 24, 2019

Heat-Related Illnesses: How to Spot Them and...

South Florida’s notorious summer heat, with that tropical injection of stifling humidity, peaks for several weeks as teen athletes start...

July 30, 2018

Student Athletes Cautioned About Post-Storm, Heat-Related Illness

Hurricane Irma sidelined student athletes from game play and practice. But some school teams are about to re-start practice about...

September 15, 2017

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Leo Haviv was preparing for heart surgery when he learned he has type 2 diabetes. He recalls arguing with the medical staff — he never...