A color-coded urine chart to keep proper hydration
A color-coded urine chart to keep proper hydration Sacramento Office of Emergency Services
A color-coded urine chart to keep proper hydration Sacramento Office of Emergency Services

Heat check: If your urine is this color, experts say you may be in trouble

June 22, 2017 07:15 AM

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