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Higher levels of serum sodium are an indicator of dehydration, which may lead to chronic disease and premature death, according to a recent study. Guille Faingold/Stocksy
  • A recent study hypothesized that optimal hydration may contribute to healthy aging in humans.
  • Researchers looked at levels of serum sodium in the body as an indicator of hydration.
  • The findings show that higher levels of serum sodium during middle age may contribute to the development
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As the Syracuse Orange prepare to host Pittsburgh in the JMA Wireless Dome on Thursday, Jan. 5, (6 p.m., ACC Network), we continue our Q&A series to help you get to know your Orange! In this edition we talk with assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Kristen Sharkey

What is it about Coach Jack that has been the driving force to want to continue coaching with her when she got the job at Syracuse?

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The 2023 East County sports calendar looks stacked. 

Could the same be said of every year? Maybe, but that’s a product of how talent- and event-rich the area has become over the last several years. Between top-tier high school sports, big-time golf tournaments and national water sports events at Nathan Benderson Park, it is easy to take all the area has to offer for granted. 

We shouldn’t. It’s a great sports community with diverse offerings,

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Swimming, diving, rafting, surfing…these activities come with a variety of health benefits.

But did you know that they can also be enjoyed around the world? In this article, we will highlight four amazing places around the world to enjoy water sports. From the crystal-clear waters of Europe to the white-sand beaches of the Caribbean, these destinations have something for everyone. So pack your bags and jump into some icy waters—you won’t regret it!

Costa Rica

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How long does it take to build a canoe halau?

That’s the question North Shore paddlers have been asking for over 10 years, since the city first committed funding for it. The money languished until Mayor Rick Blangiardi released it earlier this year.

The city’s Department of Design and Construction will now design the structure and put it out for bid, according to Nathan Serota, spokesman for the Honolulu Department of Parks and

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NEW PORT RICHEY, FL — For those who spend their spare time kayaking, jet skiing, fishing and scuba diving, this with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico with 75 feet of prime waterfront is a dream come true.

This custom waterfront pool home is on a deep channel with no bridges to go under along the short ride to the open Gulf.

It has two docks. One 12,000-pound lift currently houses two jet skis

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    Colorado budget analysts expect tax revenue from sports betting to double in the coming year in what would amount to a touchdown, a field goal and a safety for the Colorado water projects. 

    The Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting and the nonpartisan Legislative Council Staff project that sports betting tax revenues will be as high as $24 million in the 2022-23 fiscal year, which began July 1. Of that money, $22.5 million would

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    Missouri is a place of unexpected beauty: rolling hills, gorgeous sunsets, rugged mountains, thousands of caves, and a wide selection of scenic lakes. In total, there are about 568 lakes in the Show-Me State, from small backyard ponds to massive lakes tens of thousands of acres in size. We thought there’d be no better way to showcase the best lakes to our readers than by asking Missourians themselves to recommend their favorites by taking a   Read More