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Compare and contrast how different electrolytes-sodium, potassium, and chloride function in the body.
Why is water essential to health maintenance?
What are the functions of water in the body?
What happens to the body when it does not get the water it needs?
What effects can alchol and caffeine have on hydration levels in the body?
What steps can people take to ensure they do not become dehydrated?

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