The incredible military craftsman and entertainer known for saying, "Be water, old buddy," may have drunk a lot of it.

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Bruce Lee, star of The Method of the Mythical beast and Clench hand of Fierceness, passed on out of nowhere on July 20, 1973, at 32 years old.

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At that point, his passing was managed the consequence of cerebral edema, or enlarging of the mind, and very nearly 50 years after the fact, 

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The research study, conducted by a group of kidney specialists from Spain, was published in the December 2022 edition of the Clinical Kidney Journal.

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Up to now, the cause of Bruce Lee’s death is unknown, although numerous hypotheses have been put forward

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from assassination by triad gangsters to the more recent suggestion in 2018 that he died from heatstroke,” the paper reads,

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before stating that while the average human brain weighs around three pounds, Lee’s was reportedly closer to 3.5 pounds at the time of his death.

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According to the researchers, Lee had “multiple risk factors for hyponatraemia”—extremely low sodium concentration in a person’s blood.

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The condition may have been exacerbated by “chronic fluid intake,” use of marijuana (which increases thirst), alcohol consumption, prescription drug intake, and a documented history of organ injuries.

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