February 2023 Toolkit

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February 1: American Heart Month

According to a recently published study, adults who stay well-hydrated appear to be healthier, develop fewer chronic conditions (such as heart disease), and live longer than those who may not get sufficient fluids. So, celebrate #AmericanHeartMonth by paying extra attention to your #healthyhydration habits and water intake. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3wyaPPu

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February 2: Groundhog Day (Shadow)

Happy Groundhog Day! With six more weeks of winter coming, remember that it’s particularly important to stay on top of your #hydration needs because people tend to feel less thirsty and forget to rehydrate when it’s cold out. #DrinkMoreWater

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February 2: Groundhog Day (No Shadow)

Happy Groundhog Day! Spring is coming and that means warmer weather is on the way. In the warmer months, it’s important to pay attention to your hydration habits and stay hydrated because being just 1-2% dehydrated can affect your mood and focus, and cause you to feel sleep-deprived. #DrinkMoreWater and #StayFocused.


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February 6: Heart Failure Awareness Week

#HeartFailureAwarenessWeek begins today. Did you know that staying well-hydrated may be associated with a reduced risk for developing heart disease? Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have shown that staying adequately hydrated throughout life not only supports essential body functioning but also may reduce the risk of severe heart problems in the future. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3XyhwwV

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February 8 or 9: Super Bowl Preparation

Whether you’re preparing to watch the #SuperBowl or the #PuppyBowl, make sure that “get water” is on your shopping list! You can make life easier by having a water cooler delivered to your house to help keep your guests hydrated—even if the game goes into overtime! #DrinkMoreWater

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February 12: Super Bowl Sunday

#SuperBowl Sunday is here—but are you ready to stay in the game? Not if you’re dehydrated! Here’s your reminder to #TakeAWaterBreak because mild dehydration (at just 1-2%) can impact your mood, energy level, and mental awareness. #DrinkMoreWater

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February 14: Valentine’s Day

Does your love make your heart pound—or are you simply dehydrated? Research shows that drinking water can help your heart pump blood more efficiently. Learn more: Learn more: https://bit.ly/3XyhwwV #HappyValentinesDay #DrinkMoreWater

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Any Day: Recycling

Did You Know? Your bottled water bottle and its cap are 100% recyclable. If you want to ensure your cap gets recycled, do your part to #RecycleRight by putting the cap back on your bottle before recycling. #DrinkMoreWater #BottledWater

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Any Day: There When You Need It

Research shows that increased water consumption may boost cognition among children. Make water convenient for kids and they will help themselves to #HealthyHydration! Learn more at https://bit.ly/3HevfC0

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Any Day: Regulation

Bottled water is not only an ideal healthy hydration option but it is also 100% safe and stringently regulated by FDA as a food product. By law, FDA regulations governing the safety and quality of bottled water must be as protective of the public health as the EPA’s standards for tap water. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3WEF69Z #DrinkMoreWater

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Any Day: Recycling

It’s important to remember that once you place your empty plastic bottled water container in the recycling bin (with the cap on) that’s just the beginning of its journey. Your bottle will be sorted from other recyclables, cleaned, and processed to make new rPET bottles or other items from recycled plastic, such as clothing, carpeting, and decking. Learn more about the recycling process by watching this video: https://youtu.be/Aj6hjDgBm24

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Any Day: Safety

Want to make sure you always have #HealthyHydration on hand? A home or office water cooler is a great way to ensure convenient, safe, FDA-regulated bottled water is always available to keep dehydration at bay! Don’t forget to take little breaks throughout the day by grabbing a cup of water from your water cooler to refuel your mind, body, and spirit! #DrinkMoreWater