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16 November 2010

Less salt in teens, healthier adult

If teens could reduce their daily salt consumption by 3,000 mg, they would cut their risk for heart disease and stroke significantly in adulthood, researchers said.

If teens could reduce their daily salt consumption by 3,000 mg, they would cut their risk for heart disease and stroke significantly in adulthood, researchers said.

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