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    The human body consists mostly of water. As high as 80% of body mass when we are babies, it drops to as low as 60% as we age. The brain, however, remains around 85% water. Of course water does not occur in pure form in the body; it invariably contains dissolved salts, and these salts are instrumental in the body's management of its water resources. The body can remain healthy and fit for work in high temperatures when; these salts are present in sufficient quantity, the body is able to reject heat through sweat, and abundant supplies of drinking water are available. Heat stress is a risk when strenuous work is required, or where water and essential salts are deficient.

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