Salty Foods Linked to Soft Drink Consumption in Children

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In children and adolescents, salt intake is strongly associated with total fluid and sugar-sweetened soft drink consumption, which supports public-health measures to limit salt content in foods, researchers report in the March issue of Hypertension.

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