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Drinking 12-15 glasses of water per day too much?, will it hurt my body someway?

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Drinking too much water can be a serious problem and it is called hyponatremia.  For a more detailed explanation you should read this article I found in a recent Scientific America. I think you will find it very interesting.

http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=strange-but-true-drinking-too-much-water-can-kill

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