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May 1998 Issue

Shaking Some Sense Into the Continuing Sodium Saga

"Low-salt diets maybe hazardous to your health," read headlines in March, following release of a controversial study linking low-salt diets with an increased risk of untimely death. If that made you want to throw your salt substitute out the window and your hands up in disgust, you're not alone. In the study, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City analyzed the diets of 11,000 people. They concluded that those

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