Some scientists have said the seawater and salt that salt and seawater mix in the ocean could cause health problems if left untreated.
Some scientists, however, said there is no evidence that seawater salt or seawater iodide are harmful to human health.
The findings are based on studies on the ocean’s bottom and the salt and iodide levels in the water.
The studies also found that salt levels can change dramatically in different parts of the ocean, depending on the type of salt.
The new findings are from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA.
The ocean’s seawater is mostly saltwater, so it’s not surprising that it has less salt in it than the salt in our air.
But what scientists are not yet sure of is why.
Sea salt has been shown to be a good source of salt in the oceans, but some studies have shown that when the ocean is exposed to saltwater from the atmosphere, it can cause more serious problems for people.
Some studies have found that people in areas with higher levels of salt were more likely to develop heart disease and other illnesses, while others have found no link between salt levels and cardiovascular problems.
This article was originally published by Medical News Day.