Study: Less salt intake could reduce heart attacks, health costs

03/2/2010 | Reuters

A U.S. analysis suggests that the incidence of heart attacks and strokes would dramatically decline if the government collaborates with the food industry to launch a salt-reduction campaign. A voluntary program, based on a similar effort in Britain, would save the government $32.1 billion in health costs, according to the study.

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