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Scientists explore whether a little less sodium in the diet translates to less inflammation, oxidative stress

(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) Scientists want to know if even a modest decrease in how much salt you eat means you also have less inflammation and oxidative stress, both key factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
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