What Is the Water Content of the Human Body?

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At birth, the human body is 90% water and the content in the body of an adult person decreases to 70%. As we grow older, this percentage usually decreases until is reduced to about 60 to 65% for men and 50 to 60% for women.
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The human body is made of about 60% water. Lungs are almost 90% water. The brain is about 70% water. Blood is about 83% water. Water is important.
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: They range from how old you are. The averages are. Babies: 78% One year of age: 65% Adult Men: 60% Adult Women: 55%
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