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A study published last week suggested there may be reason to seek more sodium. According to the team of researchers, higher amounts of sodium (one of the two elements found in salt) in the diet may help to fight off skin infections. The results could translate into dietary changes to help prevent unwanted microbial dermal invasions.
Two large-scale studies published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine offer conflicting evidence about salt consumption. In a combined effort by researchers at Harvard University and Tuft...
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A report out of the University of Calgary suggests reducing sodium levels in food will save the health-care system billions of dollars. The report, titled Policy Options for Reducing Dietary Sodium In...
When you think of the words "overweight" and "unhealthy," the growing trend is to focus on America. But Canadians aren't far behind in a race where the winners are rewarded with hypertension, type 2 d...
If a corporation's socially-responsible moves negatively impact their bottom line, you can rest assured, they'll move to eliminate them. Campbell's recent soup re-salting is a perfect example.