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Salt: How Much is Too Much?

Health : Huffington Post: Healthy Living

Salt intake has become a major health concern in the United States. An array of studies have claimed too much salt in the diet can increase the risk of serious illness, such as heart disease and stroke, prompting recommendations to ...

For the good of your heart: Keep holding the salt

Health : Harvard Health Blog

A recently published study claimed that people who ate a low sodium diet were more likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease and death. However, there were problems with this study – including difficulty with accurately measuring...

Mayo Clinic Minute: Flavorful Ways to Reduce Salt in Your Diet

Health : Mayo Clinic News Blog

Americans consume too much salt, and that increases the risk for high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency says, most of the salt in the American diet come...

In chronic kidney disease patients, lowering salt intake may benefit heart and kidney health

Health : Bel Marra Health

In chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients, lowering salt intake may benefit heart and kidney health. High salt intake is well known to be associated with worsened heart and kidney health outcomes. Persons with chronic kidney disease ...

Surgeon general report links more diseases, health problems to smoking tobacco

Health : The Checkup

Fifty years after the U.S. surgeon general first linked cigarette smoking to deadly diseases such as lung cancer and heart disease, his successors continue to add to the list of health problems associated with tobacco use. Read full...

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