polydipsia

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polydipsia

[‚päl·i′dip·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Excessive thirst.
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After 5 years on such a diet, 28 men with a history of renal stones had a 49% lower risk of recurrence than did 40 men who followed a low-calcium diet with increased water consumption.
Increased water consumption and failure to manage the resources available may have "significant" economic impacts, according to Paul Street, director of sustainable solutions at Black & Veatch, an infrastructure company.
The real problem is the years of overbuilding in the Southland causing increased water consumption as well as increasing the use of electricity (another warning), while these utility companies sat around doing nothing to project, plan and develop ahead.
4x in 2005 due to increased water consumption, implementation of a 3.
Coupled with our efforts to increase capacity and improve the treatment station, the new system will help our city meet the increased water consumption needs that we anticipate in the next few years.
Increased water consumption (70%) and fiber intake (63%) were other common methods used to try to get relief.
Citing increased revenues resulting from rate relief, continued customer growth and increased water consumption in its Midwest operations due to favorable weather conditions, Philadelphia Suburban Corporation (NYSE:PSC) today reported diluted net income per share of $0.
An independent survey conducted by a major California university found that daily True Lemon users increased water consumption by 61 percent.
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