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Here it goes:

Too much of anything can kill you, water included. How is this plasma in the blood and decreases the amount of sodium (salt).

It doesn't seem to be a question. I am puzzled. Is there some kind of typo in the sentence. If not, explain the last sentence and the grammar to me please.

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It's definitely a typo. If you read carefully, you will see that the next sentence also does not make sense. (I simply googled your exact quote). There, an extraneous 'possible?' is present. Obviously, the sentence is supposed to be "How is this possible?", followed by the popular scientific explanation.

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It doesn't make any sense at all, and I can't see any obvious typo.

My reading is that the writer started a question "How is this ... ?", and accidentally deleted the rest of this, and the start of the next sentence.

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