While it's always important to drink plenty of water, here are 15 foods you can eat to help you stay hydrated throughout the day, according to Health.com:
Grapefruit (90.5 percent water content)
Green peppers (93.9 percent water content)
Iceberg lettuce (95.6 percent water content)
Radishes (95.3 percent water content)
Spinach (91.4 percent water content)
Star fruit (91.4 percent water content)
Strawberries (91 percent water content)
Tomatoes (94.5 percent water content)
Watermelon (91.5 percent water content)
Baby carrots (90.4 percent water content)
Broccoli (90.7 percent water content)
Cantaloupe (90.2 percent water content)
Cauliflower (92.1 percent water content)
Celery (95.4 percent water content)
Cucumbers (96.7 percent water content)
Check out the list in full at Health.com by clicking here.
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A man who suffered an apparent heart attack crashed his car into a Santa Barbara County fire engine Saturday.
Mesa Fire burns more than 300 acres of dry brush.
Police are investigating why a vehicle crashed into the living room of an Oxnard family’s home early Sunday morning.
Santa Maria police say two intoxicated pedestrians were the cause of a collision that occurred at the intersection of Cook and Thornburg streets at 8:37 p.m. Sunday.
Monday marked the 90-year anniversary of the devastating quake that rocked Santa Barbara at 6:44 a.m., back in 1925.
Orcutt Residents say they're already hearing fireworks, day before the 4th of July.
Surveillance video released by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office shows two suspected female thieves being dropped off at Ralph's grocery store on Hollister Avenue in Goleta, Monday afternoon.
Photo Courtesy: Mike Eliason / Santa Barbara Co. Fire Dept.
A brush fire broke out in the Mission Hills area near Lompoc Monday afternoon. It quickly grew to 50 acres, and evacuations are underway.
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