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Thirsty Thursday – Elderly Care: 7 Tips to Help Patients Avoid Dehydration

For caregivers, the early warning signs of dehydration can be difficult to detect in patients. For one, elderly adults don’t feel thirst as strongly as other adults, and thirst is a common early warning sign for mild dehydration. Plus, there are a number of other reasons elderly adults face a greater risk of developing dehydration.

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Article by: Colby Zintl, Sept 8th, 2014 @dripdrop.com

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