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Adequate hydration (water) is important for joint health, staying alert, and being productive. All these things help keep employees safe. Explore these resources to help ensure your employees stay hydrated..
Explore the importance of proper hydration for workers and learn ways to encourage them to drink more water in this short training module.
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Use these resources to promote hydration at the worksite
Stay hydrated [PDF]
This guide provides employers with ideas for supporting workplace hydration.
Just add water
Get the facts on drinking water from the CDC.
Learn the importance of staying hydrated, and find additional resources and suggestions for how to do so. (American Heart Association)
Eliminate sugar and reduce caffeine
Several studies support sugar's dehydrating effects. While caffeine does not cause dehydration, consuming too much can lead to other serious health issues.
The number one contributor of added sugar to the American diet is sugary drinks. How do your sugar-loaded drinks add up? Try out this sugar calculator.
This 50-second public service announcement is a great conversation starter for thinking about sugar in our drinks.
Get the facts on sugar-sweetened beverages from the CDC.