Drinking water is important to our health in many ways -- it keeps us hydrated, aids in digestion, nourishes our skin, and gives us energy, among other things. But how much water do we need to drink each day? And what kind of water is best? Is bottled water really healthier than tap water? What about fortified waters? Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about water and get answers to these questions and much more.
How to Hydrate Your Active Child
Follow these tips to keep your active child hydrated.
Water: A Fluid Way to Manage Constipation
Always constipated? Drinking plenty of water and other natural fluids can help. WebMD explains the connection between hydration and constipation.
What Do You Know About Your Drinking Water?
How much do you know about your drinking water quality? Is tap water or bottled water safer? Learn more here from WebMD.
An Overview of Coconut Water
Coconut water is a good source of B vitamins and potassium, plus it contains electrolytes, various plant hormones, enzymes, and amino acids. Should you be drinking it?
The Quest for Hydration
Drinking fluids is essential to stay alive. But how much do we really need, and what counts in our quest to stay hydrated?
Water, Water, Everywhere
How much water do you really need to drink?
Drinking Water For Health
Yes, water is everywhere these days, but are you drinking enough of it?
The Wonders of Water
Water is one of the most basic elements of life but figuring out how much we ought to drink hasn't always been so simple.
Slideshows & Images
7 Wonders of Water
Pure water can help you stay slim, boost your energy, and keep you healthy. See the 7 wonders of water in this slideshow.
Slideshow: 7 Wonders of Water
Foods That Aren't as Healthy as You Think
Some foods we think of as super-nutritious aren't really that good for you. Find out which "health" foods don't live up to the name.