Staying well-hydrated ‘may slow down ageing and prolong life’ – study

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Adults who stay well-hydrated appear to live longer and develop fewer chronic conditions, a study suggests. The peer-reviewed findings of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a US medical research agency, were published in the eBioMedicine journal. Using health data gathered from 11,255 adults over 30 years, researchers analysed links between serum sodium levels – which go up when fluid intake goes down – and various indicators of health. They found adults with serum sodium levels at the higher end of a normal range were more likely to develop chronic conditions and show signs of advanced …

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