Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Sharing the Tales - Rumple Runs Dry

Nurseables is proud to have an article featured on Your Singing Nurse!  

With the summer heat coming on, it's important to remember to stay hydrated.  Often, it's young children and older adults that can be the most affected by the likes of dehydration.  Rumple Runs Dry was written to illustrate the symptoms and raise awareness.  Curious?  Here’s a small taste of the article:

Rumple Runs Dry: 
Don’t Let Dehydration Get You Down This Summer

“Uggh!” Rumple grumbled as he wiped the sweat from his brow with his dry hands.  Not only was it a long, uphill climb to the castle’s great gates, but it also was one of the hottest days in the history of the kingdom.  In fact, he wouldn’t have been surprised if the queen hadn’t ordered up a day like this on purpose to make his life more difficult! 

By now, the story of how he had saved the Queen’s life by spinning rooms full of straw into gold had reached the farthest ends of the kingdom.  With all that fame, you’d think the King would have at least sent a horse in gratitude.  True, showing up and demanding their firstborn in payment probably didn’t win him any points, but a deal’s a deal or his name wasn’t Rumplestiltskin!...

To read the rest of the article, hop on over to Your Singing Nurse.

Any tips of the trade that you use to stay hydrated throughout the summer?  How do you talk to your patients about preventing dehydration?  

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