September 2002 Issue
Potassium Promises to Protect Against Stroke
People who don’t get enough potassium in their diets and those who are taking diuretics and have low blood levels of the mineral may be at higher risk of a stroke, say researchers from The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu.
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