Definition of dehydration
: the process of dehydrating; especially : an abnormal depletion of body fluids
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At least 13 customers have reported experiencing symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, dehydration, and nausea after eating at the same Chipotle restaurant last Friday and Saturday.
Average patient stays will span about two days and could include a variety of maladies from dehydration to migraine pain control, hospital officials said.
Flu-like symptoms contributed to dehydration, but Knighton attempted to push through the workout before disaster struck.
The main concern for AFIB in high heat is dehydration, which can trigger an arrhythmia.
Along with the drink, take an extra B-vitamin complex to help recover faster from dehydration.
Dehydration can kill victims within 6 hours, but replacing liquid and electrolytes with an oral rehydration solution or intravenous fluids can save most people.
To prevent dehydration don't wait until your thirsty to drink.
Price gouging on water just increases the hesitancy, and means people are going to end up uncomfortable or worse from dehydration.
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