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moderator action required to 'unhide' answer...

by 4338 · July 07, 2014 at 08:23 PM

"Your answer was submitted, and will be reviewed by a moderator before being visible to all users"

could a moderator 'unhide' an answer when they have time pls, if poss...

answer was to this q; http://paleohacks.com/questions/529548/why-does-co...

direct link; http://paleohacks.com/answers/529562/view.html

it got 'hidden' after an edit, possibly because of a link i added...? feel free to delete the link if its the issue.

cheers

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4338 · July 04, 2014 at 06:18 AM

believe it or not, the 'problem text' which the PH site does not allow me to post is the word uurination (when spelt correctly with only the one 'u').

try for yourself & use that word in a comment or an answer...(& refresh the page after you have posted)

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4338 · July 01, 2014 at 11:38 PM

the offending text below,

"Because the prevention (due to caffeine intake) of sodium ion resorption reduces water filtration from the blood while increasing urination, caffeine indirectly causes urine to become more concentrated with urea, ammonia and other wastes. As a result, caffeine can cause urine to become darker in color and pungent. This is also a classic indication of dehydration, but given that caffeine prevents water filtration from the blood, it is almost impossible to become dehydrated as a result of caffeine consumption"

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