New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

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The same questions regarding our health tend to pop up time and time again. Here are the answers to some common ones.

You ask, I answer!


An adequate intake of fluids is crucial for good health. Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs fluid to work properly and if you don’t get enough you become dehydrated, leading to a variety of health problems and, in severe cases, death.

How much fluid you need depends

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