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Why Salt Makes You Thirsty | A Moment of Science | PBS

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Published on Nov 12, 2013

This time on a Moment of Science...

Why does eating salty food make you thirsty, sometimes hours after you've eaten it? How long can you live on corn chips?

A Moment of Science is a production of Indiana Public Media, in cooperation with Indiana University's scientific community and scientists around the world. Audio episodes are heard on stations worldwide and video episodes are seen each week on the Regional Emmy Award-winning children's program The Friday Zone on PBS stations WTIU and WFYI in Indiana. For more information, visit www.amomentofscience.org

Host: Mandy Striph
Developed for video by: Adam Schweigert
Opening Sequence Editor: Nick Chafin
Opening Sequence Graphics: Nick Chafin, Dave Gonzalez

Supervising Producer: Eric Bolstridge
Producer / Editor: Mark Johnson
Videography: Justin Crossley, Jacob Lindauer, Ross Crooks
Animation: Scott Carmichael
Writers: Don Glass, Susan Linville, William Orem, Jeremy Shere, Eric Sonstroem
Featuring: Jacob Victor Berg
Production Assistant: Josh Steinhart

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