Salty diet may raise risk of gastric cancer, study says

03/25/2010 | Reuters

South Korean research that included more than 2 million adults showed a salty diet may raise the risk of stomach cancer by 10%. One expert not involved in the study said that how salt is consumed -- such as by using table salt or through preservatives in foods -- may be important in determining risk.

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