The role of tea in hydration
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The role of tea in hydration

There is concern among some healthcare professionals that caffeinated beverages may not support normal hydration. Carrie Ruxton evaluates the evidence on tea consumption and its effect on hydration.

Nursing Standard. 31, 8, 74-74. doi: 10.7748/ns.31.8.74.s50

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