A guide to what to drink to stay cool this summer.
Don’t let a whole lotta sweat dampen your athletic performance.
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Scientists develop a biofeedback electrolyte sensor that works well above an athlete's skin
A sensor that measures electrolyte levels in real-time could help athletes optimize on the go
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