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How are water and salt molecules maintained in the body

Question asked by: lexus011

Asked on: 25 Dec 2008

Water and salt are regulated in the body depending on the levels that are currently present using the bodies sophisticated mechanisms for checking and balancing the system using hormones.
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Replied at: 26 Dec 2008
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