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which organ removes excess water salt uric acids and chemicals from the blood?
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User: which organ removes excess water salt uric acids and chemicals from the blood?







Weegy: Kidneys I was sure that was the answer but wanted to double check.
Expert answered|lisawelch|Points 4936|

User: The effort made by the mother's body to move the baby from the uterus and through the birth canal is called?

Weegy: Labor or birth.
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The effort made by the mother's body to move the baby from the uterus and through the birth canal is called Labor.

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The effort made by the mother's body to move the baby from the uterus and through the birth canal is called Labor.

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