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(NewsUSA) - Their bodies may be smaller, but that doesn't mean they can skimp on drinking water. In fact, it's more important than ever, experts say, to make sure children are properly hydrated. "The standard recommendations are for children to get … [Read more...] about Got Water? Kids Need Just as Much as Adults, Experts Say
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