Now that the hot summer days are here it's important to stay hydrated, especially for our teens and kids.

Studies have shown they aren't drinking enough water.

In this report from WREX news, more than half of American kids and teens aren't drinking enough water. A quarter of those drank no water at all.

If your kids show signs of moodiness, fatigue, headaches that could be a great sign they are dehydrated and not drinking enough water.

Click here for 12 signs of dehydration.

Now the big question is, how do you get your kids to drink more water? Just telling them, especially teenagers, doesn't always work.

Here are a couple of articles with tips for getting your toddlers to teens to drink more water.