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Staying hydrated is linked to lower disease risk, lower risk of dying early, study finds

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You may know that being adequately hydrated is important for day-to-day bodily functions such as regulating temperature and maintaining skin health.But drinking enough water is also associated with a significantly lower risk of developing chronic diseases, a lower risk of dying early or lower risk of being biologically older than your chronological age, according to a National Institutes of Health study published Monday in the journal eBioMedicine.

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