Have people with HTN reduced salt intake?

Kuritzky, Louis
December 2010
Internal Medicine Alert;12/15/2010 Supplement, p183
The article offers information on the HealthStyles survey that shows a decline of sodium intake among people with hypertension (HTN) in the U.S., which is believed to be the result of the widespread health information and treatment of HTN along with the call for a more rigid lifestyle intervention.


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