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13th Hydration for Health Annual Scientific Conference

Proceedings report of the 13th Hydration for Health Conference published in the Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 2021

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Every year the Annual Hydration For Health Scientific Conference publish its proceeding, a collection of scientific articles by the speakers of this edition.

Access below the publications from the 2021 Hydration For Health conference.

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Editorial

Eleventh Annual Hydration for Health Scientific Conference: From Water Resources to Metabolic Health and Drinking Behavior

Johnson E.C. · Gandy J.

Ann Nutr Metab (DOI:10.1159/000515017)

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Vasopressin as a Fat Hormone; A Means for Conserving Metabolic Water

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Osmotic thirst and hypovolemic thirst, recent animal data

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Redefining Thirst: Beyond dehydration and towards a holistic biopsychological model

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Fluid intake habits of Spanish children and adolescents: An update of the Liq.In7 survey

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What characterize fluid intake patterns across the world?

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The Psychology of Hydration Habit

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Associations between water consumption and gut microbiota composition in the American Gut Project Database

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Influence of suboptimal Hydration on the immune response
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Hippocrates was right. Now what? Water as a part of healthy aging

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Early Career Researcher Award Winner

Copeptin is related to mucolytic bacteria and gut barrier function

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Early Career Researcher Award Abstracts

Modeling Hydration Status Given Daily Measures of Body Mass, Urine Color, and Thirst

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Urinary UDP-glucose as a novel actionable biomarker of dehydration-induced acute kidney injury

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Self-Reported Changes in Thirst and Alertness during Variable Prescribed Fluid Intake

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Estimating differences in risk of chronic kidney disease based on water intake in a national sample.

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The Acute Effect of Adequate Water Intake on Glucose Regulation in Low Drinkers

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